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Adbri refreshes partnership with Independent Cement and Lime

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Adbri has announced the company’s plans to extend its cementitious material supply arrangement with the Independent Cement and Lime Group (ICL) to the end of 2023.

ICL is Adbri’s exclusive cement and cement related products distributor in Victoria and New South Wales, with the company acting as a 50:50 joint venture between Adbri and Barro Group.

Under the terms of the agreement, Adbri will supply ICL with similar volumes to those supplied in 2022 and on pricing terms reflective of the current market conditions.

The contract secures the removal of cement for a substantial extent of the capacity of Adbri’s Birkenhead cement plant, as Adbri interim chief executive officer, Mark Irwin, spoke on in regards to the announcement and importance of the ICL.

“ICL is Victoria’s pre-eminent cementitious products distributor and is an important part of Adbri’s supply chain across Victoria and New South Wales,” Irwin said.

“We are pleased to extend our distribution arrangement with ICL through to the end of 2023 and we look forward to the commissioning in 2023 of Melbourne Cement Facility’s new 45,000 tonne silo at Port Melbourne, which will enhance the ability of ICL to service the Victorian market.”

ICL was established in 1987 and primarily supports the development of independent operators in a wide range of markets throughout Victoria and New South Wales, as a specialist supplier of cement and cement blended products to a wide variety of industries and major retail outlets.

ICL maintains a stance on avoidance of the depletion of natural resources in order to maintain an ecological balance and provide a liveable future for later generations.

The company is committed to meeting the growing demand for sustainable construction options and has specially formulated products to reduce the environmental impact of cementitious binders used in concrete design, in the form of ICL Ecoblend products, which are being used in major products throughout both Victoria and New South Wales.

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