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Texas Industries, Inc. Company Profile Dallas, TX ...

The construction materials firm, known as TXI, produces cement, aggregates, and consumer building products, including ready-mix concrete and other specialty aggregate products. It also produces sand, gravel, crushed limestone, well cements, shale, clay, and cement-treated materials used in paving.

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TEXAS CEMENT INDUSTRY

2015-10-29  TEXAS CEMENT INDUSTRY Building the Foundation of Texas’ Economy TX Cement Production Offices - 9 Plants - 10 Terminals - 30 Economic Data • Clinker capacity: 12.8 million metric tons • Cement production: 11 million metric tons • Cement consumption: 14.9 million metric tons • Cement employees: 1,432 in 2014 from 1,408 in 1997

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Texas Industries Inc - Cement industry news from

2014-1-27  Texas Industries has a 6Mt/yr cement production capacity that is expected to grow to almost 8Mt/yr in the next few years. The company reported a second quarter net loss of US$17.6m in January 2014, despite a growth in net sales from US$168m in the

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Texas Industries - Cement Retail - 2850 W Cedar St

About Texas Industries: Texas Industries is located at 2850 W Cedar St in Beaumont, TX - Jefferson County and is a business listed in the categories Cement Retail, Concrete/Cement Products and Cement and offers Business Services, Aggregates, Asphalt, Cement

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Texas Industries, Inc. -- Company History

2021-3-25  Texas Industries, Inc. (TXI) is a major producer of steel and cement/concrete products for construction. In the steel segment, the company's products include reinforcing bar, structural beams, and merchant quality rounds. Texas Industries' steel operations are carried out by Chaparral Steel Company, an 81 percent-owned subsidiary.

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Texas Industries-Cement Treated Materials - Building ...

About Texas Industries-Cement Treated Materials: Texas Industries-Cement Treated Materials is located at 10615 Spangler Rd in Preston Hollow - Dallas, TX - Dallas County and is a business listed in the categories Building Materials General, Other Building Materials, Other Building Material Dealers, Lumber Other Building Materials and Building Materials Supplies.

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Texas - Cement industry news from Global Cement

2021-2-17  US: Cemex has announced that its De Zavala and Tyler cement terminals, both in Texas, have received the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Energy Star certification for energy efficiency. The De Zavala terminal reduced its energy intensity by 53% between June 2015 and June 2020, while the Tyler terminal reduced its intensity by 39% over the same period, both exceeding their

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Martin Marietta Materials and Texas Industries Agree

2014-1-28  Texas Industries shipped nearly 15 million tons of sand, gravel and crushed stone during fiscal year 2013. Texas Industries is a major supplier of aggregates in high-growth markets such as Texas, and has long-focused on the synergies available from operating in

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United States Cement Market Analysis and Forecasts

2020-6-17  Texas Lehigh Cement Company. Lone Star Industries. The Monarch Cement Company. National Cement Company. Essroc Corp. Nichiha Usa. Giant Cement Company. Continental Cement Company. Lehigh Southwest...

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U.S. Portland Cement Industry: Plant Information Summary

2015-3-10  Lafarge in Missouri and Oklahoma. In 2014, Martin Marietta acquired Texas Industries – an ownership change of 3 plants totaling 5.8 mmt of capacity and one grinding operation. Capacity expansions included Ash Grove Cement’s Foreman, AR plant

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Texas Industries Inc – Concrete Products

2015-12-3  His 20-plus years’ industry experience was gained primarily at Dallas-based Texas Industries Inc., where he served as vice president of Cement Production and vice president of Sales Marketing, Cement and Aggregates Divisions. Following the mid-2014 TXI–Martin Marietta Materials merger, Pruitt was named vice president of Cement Sales. Read ...

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Texas Industries Inc. announce resumption of cement ...

2010-10-18  Texas Industries, Inc., a Dallas-based company, is a leading supplier of building materials, including cement, aggregate and concrete. With operating subsidiaries in six states, TXI is the largest producer of cement in Texas and a major producer in California.

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Texas Industries-Cement Treated Materials - Building ...

About Texas Industries-Cement Treated Materials: Texas Industries-Cement Treated Materials is located at 10615 Spangler Rd in Preston Hollow - Dallas, TX - Dallas County and is a business listed in the categories Building Materials General, Other Building Materials, Other Building Material Dealers, Lumber Other Building Materials and Building Materials Supplies.

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TSHA Texas Industries

Chaparral was a wholly owned subsidiary until 1988, when Texas Industries sold 20 percent to the public, thus allowing investors to offset the sluggishness of the cement market. Brookhollow Real Estate, which has belonged to Texas Industries since the 1950s, does business-park and mixed-use development in Dallas and Houston.

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Texas Industries – Concrete Products

2019-5-30  Martin Marietta Materials Inc. will gain elevated stature on Wall Street as it absorbs Texas Industries Inc., and switches spots from the Standard Poors MidCap 400 to SP 500 Index with one of the 20th century’s corporate icons, United States Steel Corp.—a past cement (Universal Atlas) and aggregate (Presque Isle, Mich., mega-quarry ...

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United States Cement Market Analysis and Forecasts

2020-6-18  United States Cement Market Analysis and Forecasts 2020-2025, Featuring Company Profiles of Key Players Including Lafarge North America, Holcim (US), Texas Industries and Tulsa Cement

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Texas Industries Stock Stuck in Cement: Avoid TXI ...

2014-1-25  Texas Industries Stock Stuck in Cement: Avoid TXI Revised 2014 and 2015 earnings estimates telegraph big problems By Todd Bunton, Zacks Investment Research Jan 25, 2014, 7:30 am EDT January 24, 2014

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Facts About Texas Concrete and Cement Industries

The term “cement” is commonly misused to refer to concrete. What is fly ash? Fly ash is a byproduct of coal ­burning power plants. When used properly in concrete, flyash is an affordable mineral admixture that improves the quality of the mix. Concrete with fly ash will typically have a higher ultimate strength, although early strength may ...

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Texas Industries, Inc. Announces Resumption of the

2010-10-16  DALLAS, Oct. 15, 2010 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Texas Industries, Inc. (NYSE:TXI) today announced that its Texas subsidiary has resumed the Hunter cement plant expansion project near New Braunfels, Texas.

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Cement dispute mirrors efforts to regulate Texas ...

2020-12-7  Ellis County activists are part of a statewide movement to regulate the concrete, sand and gravel industries, which have expanded to meet Texas’ population growth.

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Texas Industries-Cement Treated Materials - Building ...

About Texas Industries-Cement Treated Materials: Texas Industries-Cement Treated Materials is located at 10615 Spangler Rd in Preston Hollow - Dallas, TX - Dallas County and is a business listed in the categories Building Materials General, Other Building Materials, Other Building Material Dealers, Lumber Other Building Materials and Building Materials Supplies.

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TSHA Texas Industries

Chaparral was a wholly owned subsidiary until 1988, when Texas Industries sold 20 percent to the public, thus allowing investors to offset the sluggishness of the cement market. Brookhollow Real Estate, which has belonged to Texas Industries since the 1950s, does business-park and mixed-use development in Dallas and Houston.

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Texas Industries Stock Stuck in Cement: Avoid TXI ...

2014-1-25  Texas Industries Stock Stuck in Cement: Avoid TXI Revised 2014 and 2015 earnings estimates telegraph big problems By Todd Bunton, Zacks Investment Research Jan 25, 2014, 7:30 am EDT January 24, 2014

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Texas Industries – Concrete Products

2019-5-30  Martin Marietta Materials Inc. will gain elevated stature on Wall Street as it absorbs Texas Industries Inc., and switches spots from the Standard Poors MidCap 400 to SP 500 Index with one of the 20th century’s corporate icons, United States Steel Corp.—a past cement (Universal Atlas) and aggregate (Presque Isle, Mich., mega-quarry ...

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Texas Industries, Inc. May Be Cementing a New

2014-1-26  Texas Industries supplies cement and aggregates, such as sand, gravel, and crushed limestone, primarily to the Texas and California markets, the

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Facts About Texas Concrete and Cement Industries

The term “cement” is commonly misused to refer to concrete. What is fly ash? Fly ash is a byproduct of coal ­burning power plants. When used properly in concrete, flyash is an affordable mineral admixture that improves the quality of the mix. Concrete with fly ash will typically have a higher ultimate strength, although early strength may ...

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Two Texas Industries Insiders Think Cement Demand

Two Texas Industries Insiders Think Cement Demand Will Go Up. Published on February 8, 2013 at 3:53 pm by Matt Doiron in Insider Trading. Share Tweet Email ...

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Martin Marietta Materials and Texas Industries Agree

2014-1-28  Texas Industries increases Martin Marietta's presence in the Southwest, with state-of-the-art cement production facilities concentrated primarily in Texas and California - two of the largest and fastest growing markets for construction materials in the United States. The increased scale and geographic diversity resulting from this transaction ...

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Industrial Services and Solutions for the Cement

The construction of cement plants is of key importance because cement itself is such a crucial component of just about all other construction projects. For example, cement is commonly used in the foundations, floors, sidewalks, and parking lots, but may even be used in the walls or to design storage cells.

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MSHA - Metal and Nonmetal Mine Fatal Accident ...

2019-9-5  Midlothian Quarry and Plant, a surface quarry and cement plant, owned and operated by Texas Industries, was located in Midlothian, Ellis county, Texas. The principal operating official was James R. Owens, plant manager. The quarry and plant were operated three, eight-hour shifts, seven days a week. Total employment was 275 persons.

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