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HeidelbergCement AG is a Germany-based building materials company. Its products are used for the construction of houses, infrastructure and commercial and industrial facilities. The Company operates through for segments: Cements, Aggregates, Ready-Mixed Concrete-Asphalt and Service- Joint Ventures - Other. The Cements segment and the Aggregates segment focus on raw materials for concrete, namely cement and aggregates, such as sand, gravel and crushed rock. The Ready-Mixed Concrete-Asphalt segment includes the Company's ready-mixed concrete and asphalt activities. The Service- Joint Ventures - Other segment comprises activities of the Company's joint ventures, including trading activities, among others.
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Independent Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Employee Representative
Dominik von Achten
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Kevin Gerard Gluskie
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HeidelbergCement <HEIG.DE>, the world's second-biggest cement maker, said on Tuesday that market dynamics had weakened slightly in the second quarter due to bad weather, but confirmed its full-year outlook for higher sales and profits.
Egyptian cement maker Tourah Cement, a subsidiary of Germany's HeidelbergCement , says it has suspended production because of financial distress caused by oversupply in the Egyptian market and is considering liquidation.
HeidelbergCement, the world's second-largest cement-maker, on Thursday confirmed its outlook as it reported a 15 percent rise in revenues in the first quarter and a 26 percent jump in operating profit on a like-for-like basis.
* FY result from current operations down 9pct at 1.98 bln euros
HeidelbergCement, the world's second-largest cement maker, expects sales and profits to grow moderately, it said on Thursday, banking on energy cost inflation and higher demand for construction materials in Indonesia, Europe and North America.
* Shares rise almost 5 pct to 4-month high (Adds details on proposed management changes)
Germany's HeidelbergCement on Tuesday reported higher-than-expected core earnings for the fourth quarter, citing solid demand for building materials and price increases.
Cement maker HeidelbergCement <HEIG.DE> on Monday said it would deliver proceeds of about 500 million euros ($573 million) in asset sales in 2018, putting it on track for 1.5 billion in planned disposals by the end of 2020.
HeidelbergCement <HEIG.DE> on Thursday announced plans to cut costs and investments to protect profit margins and also flagged a recovery in the North American market, where tough conditions forced the group to cut its outlook last month.
HeidelbergCement on Thursday said it would cut costs and investments, only weeks after the world's second-largest cement maker slashed its profit outlook on a weak U.S. construction market and higher-than-expected energy costs.
* Shares drop as much as 10.3 percent (Recasts, adds details on U.S. business, shares, analyst)
HeidelbergCement <HEIG.DE> could buy parts of LafargeHolcim's <LHN.S> business in Indonesia that is up for sale, HeidelbergCement Chief Executive Bernd Scheifele said on Tuesday.
HeidelbergCement <HEIG.DE>, the world's second-largest cement maker, said it expects growth to continue in the United States and northern Europe as it reported a 9 percent jump in like-for-like sales in the second quarter.
HeidelbergCement, the world's second-largest cement maker, on Tuesday said core earnings rose 3 percent in the second quarter, citing growth in all of its businesses.
HeidelbergCement <HEIG.DE>, the world's No.2 cement maker, could use up to 2.5 billion euros (2.25 billion pounds) to cut debt, buy back shares or raise dividends, as part of a more rigorous focus on shareholder returns after its takeover of Italcementi.
* Shares down 1.3 pct (Adds trader comment, share reaction, context)
HeidelbergCement, the world's No.2 cement maker, on Wednesday said first-quarter core earnings fell by a third, joining larger rival LafargeHolcim in citing cold temperatures that made construction activity more difficult.
HeidelbergCement <HEIG.DE>, the world's No.2 maker of cement, on Monday proposed raising its dividend by a fifth on record profits and higher-than-expected synergies from its takeover of Italcementi, though it fell short of analyst expectations.
HeidelbergCement, the world's second-largest cement maker, on Thursday proposed a 19 percent dividend increase on the back of higher-than-expected synergies from the takeover of Italcementi.
* CEO SAYS AIMS FOR DOUBLE-DIGIT PROFIT MARGIN IN THE U.S. MARKET IN 2018, WILL BE "CHALLENGING"
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