Holcim's Share in Cessa Grows to 90%

Swiss company Holcim has acquired 90% of the shares of Cemento del Salvador, known as Cessa.

Monday, July 27, 2009


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Cessa currently exports cement and other products to Belize, Guatemala, Nicaragua and Honduras.

La Prensa Gráfica publishes in its website: "During the first semester, Holcim bought the shares through a Dutch subsidiary, increasing its share in the company from 64% to over 90%. The remaining shares are distributed among over 370 persons and companies, mostly Salvadorans."



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