Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - Carmeuse Lime & Stone (“Carmeuse”) and Yager Materials are pleased to announce that Carmeuse has acquired Yager Materials and its subsidiaries (“Yager”). By acquiring Yager, Carmeuse expands its presence in the construction market.
The Pelican plant recently gave back to the Baton Rouge, LA community when Production Manager Robert Hogancamp and Pelican Site Coordinator Kathy Mottesheard presented the local Boys and Girls Club of Greater Baton Rouge with a check for $4,500.
The 2019 Virginia Farm Show is prominently the only trade show in Virginia to serve both full-time and part-time farmers, providing them with access to innovative commercial farm equipment and networking opportunities with service providers in the state of Virginia.
Employees from the Carmeuse Portage operation help to support the local community in numerous ways throughout the year and especially during the holiday season. Through a corporate foundation sponsorship with the Portage, IN YMCA, Carmeuse donated money to assist families, children and many of the programs at the YMCA. A check was presented to Portage YMCA CEO and President Shannon Burhans and Marketing and Program Director Erin Robles. Carmeuse has supported the Portage YMCA since 2013.
Employees from the Carmeuse Buffington site purchased holiday gifts for the John W. Anderson Boys & Girls Club in Gary, IN.
During this holiday season, the Carmeuse River Rouge location once again harnessed the generosity of the company and its employees to in providing warm coats, hats and gloves to those in need in the local community free of charge. As part of this first-year program, more than 100 coats and other pieces of clothing were presented to the Mayor of River Rouge on Friday, December 14.
The Keystone Farm Show is prestigiously the largest trade show for commercial farm equipment and service providers in the state
Yves Willems, CEO, Carmeuse Lime & Stone
From Oct. 1-4, Carmeuse’s Luttrell Rangers mine-rescue team from the Luttrell, Tenn. operation participated in and won multiple awards in a mine rescue competition at the Missouri S&N center in Rolla, Mo.
The Luttrell Rangers placed first overall out of 16 teams from around the United States who competed. They also placed first in field, first out of district and fourth in first aid. The overall first-place finish means the team brought the Traveling Trophy to
Carmeuse for the second time since 1982.
Carmeuse will be exhibiting this November 5-8, 2018, at the 79th Conference on Glass Problems in Columbus, Ohio. Carmeuse will provide the glass making industry with lime-based solutions for making container glass, float glass and fiberglass.