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Tarmac Building Products

Tarmac Building Products Limited
Subsidiary
Industry Building materials
Headquarters Wolverhampton, United Kingdom
Area served
United Kingdom
Products Concrete
Asphalt
Asphalt surfacing
Cement
Parent Tarmac
Website /tarmacbuildingproducts.com.tarmacwww

Tarmac Building Products is a British producer of building products, based in Wolverhampton. The company was formerly part of the Tarmac Group, but was bought in 2014 by the joint venture of Lafarge and Tarmac's parent Anglo American, Lafarge Tarmac.[1] Lafarge Tarmac was subsequently sold to CRH plc in August 2015 and rebranded as Tarmac.[2]

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  • Official website
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