Ecocem

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Bewley’s on Grafton Street. The company expects to return to profit this year after posting a loss of €18.6 million in 2017.

Irish coffee group Bewley’s expects to return to profit this year after posting a loss of €18.6 million in 2017, related in large part to a goodwill w(...)

An Ecocem truck leaving the South Quays dispatch facility in Ringsend, Dublin

Rising costs left cement-maker Ecocem’s profits trailing at €2.5 million last year despite a boost to sales. Accounts just filed for Ecocem Materials(...)

Doe anyone like robots, wonders John Holden.

Serious tensions have emerged between Ornua, the farming co-op that owns Kerrygold, and listed dairy group Glanbia, which owns 25 per cent of Ornua, o(...)

An Ecocem truck at the South Quays dispatch facility in Dublin. Ecocem’s reputation is built on the fact that it makes “green” cement. File photograph: David Sleator

California’s top legal official says environmental reports on Irish group Ecocem’s plans for a factory in San Francisco Bay violate state laws. Ecoce(...)

Adamstown train station. It is reported that Wembley Park developer Quintain has been appointed to lead the design, planning and development of a new €200 million town centre for Adamstown, Co Dublin

Pharmacy chain Sam McAuley has embarked on a €50 million acquisition spree that will double the size of the business over the next three years, accord(...)

Ecocem’s US subsidiary Orcem Americas is appealing a decision by planning commissioners in Vallejo, California, to refuse it permission to build a grinding mill on the city’s waterfront.

Irish cement manufacturer Ecocem may be allowed go ahead with a proposed €45 million mill in the United States after a local council voted to stall a (...)

  Ecocem’s US arm and Vallejo Marine Terminal, whose application for permission to build a deepwater berth to service the mill was also refused, are challenging the commission’s ruling. Photograph: Eric Luke

The appeal by Irish cement manufacturer Ecocem against a US authority’s decision to refuse it planning permission for a €45 million mill could be hear(...)

A ship is unloaded at Ecocem’s plant in the Dublin docks. Ecocem’s US subsidiary, Orcem Americas, was refused  permission to build a grinding mill on the waterfront at Vallejo in California. Photograph: Eric Luke

Irish cement manufacturer Ecocem is appealing a US authority’s decision to refuse it planning permission to build a €45 million grinding mill in San F(...)

An Ecocem truck. Ecocem subsidiary Orcem Americas wants to build a grinding mill in Vallejo, in San Francisco Bay, California.

Planning officials have refused Irish cement manufacturer Ecocem permission to build a €45 million grinding mill in the US. Ecocem subsidiary Orcem A(...)

Opponents in Vallejo have already indicated that they will challenge any ruling allowing the Ecocem mill and deepwater berth to go ahead.  Photograph: David Sleator

Irish cement maker Ecocem could learn on Tuesday whether local planning officials will approve its proposals for a €45 million cement mill in Californ(...)

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