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Aggregated Shipments

The shipment of many units of a good on the same vessel, often as a container load.
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As the world's largest heavy building materials operator, LafargeHolcim would have operations in 90 countries, annual sales exceeding $40 billion; 470 million and 384 million tons of cement and aggregate shipments, respectively; plus, 90 million yd.
As the world's largest heavy building materials operator, Lafarge-Holcim would have operations in 90 countries, annual sales exceeding $40 billion; 470 million and 384 million tons of cement and aggregate shipments, respectively; plus, 90 million yd.
aggregate shipments would touch USD 220 billion by the fiscal-end.
Shipments for cement and ready-mix concrete both declined 3% while aggregate shipments declined 2%.
Aggregate shipments totaled 1,473 million square feet (MMSF, 3/4-inch basis) during 2004 and are projected to equal 1,558 MMSF in 2005.
6 billion for raw materials, and their aggregate shipments were valued at $9.
Plastic labels will enjoy the fastest gains, although paper labels will continue to account for over three-fourths of aggregate shipments.
The aggregate shipments established a one-month import record, surpassing the previous mark of 2.
Ensphere Solutions, an emerging leader in advanced communications semiconductor ICs, today announced that the aggregate shipments of ESI-XVR10100 to multiple customers have exceeded 500k devices in 2011.
officials see financial benefits and integration possibilities in their proposed "merger of equals," netting LafargeHolcim--present in 90 countries with $44 billion in sales; 470 million and 384 million tons of cement and aggregate shipments, respectively; plus, 90 million yd.
Ward Nye, president and CEO of Martin Marietta Materials, announced a decline in aggregate shipments when compared with the prior-year quarter.
These brokers and forwarders are intermediaries that aggregate shipments and resell the services of the largest freight carriers, including Yellow/Roadway (YRCW), FedEx (FDX), Old Dominion (ODFL), J.
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