Tudor Griffiths is further expanding its network to Mid and North Wales.

Tudor Griffiths completes major acquisition in Wales

Published:  03 June, 2013

Tudor Griffiths has acquired four established ready-mix concrete plants in Mid and North Wales from CEMEX UK.

The plants are located at Aberystwyth, Bangor, Newtown and Wrexham. All existing operations, assets and staff at each of the four CEMEX plants have been transferred to the new owner, Tudor Griffiths.

Mr Tudor Griffiths, managing director of the Tudor Griffiths Group, expressed his delight about the acquisition. “We are very enthusiastic about the prospects for these four plants and the benefits they will bring to our Group’s portfolio. The purchase greatly enhances our existing ready-mix operations within the area.”

The addition of the four batching plants to the existing Tudor Griffiths Group’s network of eight ready-mix outlets means that most locations within the whole of North & Mid Wales, Cheshire and North Shropshire, will be within 20 miles of a TG Concrete Plant.

Mr Griffiths said he was sure that the new focus created by the addition of the four plants, and the operational support from the expanded network, will bring significant benefits to the Group’s existing and potential customers.

“The newly expanded network will greatly enhance our customer service,” he said.

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