Athabasca Minerals Closes Wisconsin Acquisition

Athabasca Minerals Inc. closed the strategic acquisition of an operational U.S. sand mine and facilities in Wisconsin. The assets include real estate of 1,100 acres, a fully functional and staffed mine and processing plant capable of 2 million tpy of sand, fixed storage, rail transload with unit-train capability (i.e. loading/unloading 100 railcar shipments), mobile equipment and active supply chain contracts.

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Athabasca Minerals Closes Wisconsin Acquisition

Athabasca Minerals Inc. closed the strategic acquisition of an operational U.S. sand mine and facilities in Wisconsin. The assets include real estate of 1,100 acres, a fully functional and staffed mine and processing plant capable of 2 million tpy of sand, fixed storage, rail transload with unit-train capability (i.e. loading/unloading 100 railcar shipments), mobile equipment and active supply chain contracts. 

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Holcim Completes Roofing Acquisition

Holcim completed the acquisition of Malarkey Roofing Products, a double-digit growth engine in the U.S. residential roofing market, with projected 2022 net sales of $600 million and EBITDA of $120 million. Recognized for its leadership in innovation and sustainability, Malarkey is expanding Holcim’s range of roofing systems in the highly profitable $19 billion U.S. residential roofing market.

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MBCC-Sika Deal

Jan. 11, 2022 – Our sister publication Concrete Products was the first in the construction-materials trade press to report on a very important merger, as the Swiss parent company of Sika Corp., Lyndhurst, N.J., anticipates a second half closing on Master Builders Solutions owner, MBCC Group. The company is based in Mannheim, Germany, with its Americas headquarters in Cleveland. The companies apparently announced their…

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Silvi Concrete Acquires L&L Redi Mix Concrete Assets

Silvi Concrete, a division of Silvi Materials headquartered in Fairless Hills, Pa., announced the acquisition of all the assets of L&L Redi Mix Concrete, headquartered in Southampton, N.J. The acquisition consists of six New Jersey-based concrete plants located in Southampton, Woodbury, Voorhees, Cinnaminson, Kingston and Clayton, along with a concrete recycling facility and a masonry supply yard.

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