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Cemex invests £2m in new Belfast plant

Cemex has announced plans for a £2 million investment in a new plant in Belfast.

The major cement and aggregates supplier said the plant, in the city’s Titanic Quarter, would be able to deliver up to 80 sq m of concrete an hour.

Cemex has already been servicing some of the initial developments in the quarter – a major redevelopment scheme on the former shipbuilding land from which the RMS Titanic was launched.

Regional director Paul Connolly said the plant would allow the company to have increased capacity for future projects as well as supply to the greater Belfast area.