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About the company

Boral Limited is an Australia-based integrated construction materials company. The Company is engaged in producing and selling a broad range of construction materials including quarry products, cement, concrete, asphalt and recycled materials. The Company’s segments include Construction Materials and Property. Its Construction Materials segment operates across Australia and offers quarries, concrete, asphalt, landfill, cement, recycling, transport and placing. Its Property segment is engaged in sale of former operating sites. The Company’s products are offered to end-use markets, which include residential and non-residential construction and the engineering and infrastructure markets.

  • Revenue in AUD (TTM)2.96bn
  • Net income in AUD-17.00m
  • Incorporated1960
  • Employees4.75k
  • Location
    Boral LtdLevel 3, Triniti 2, 39 Delhi RoadNORTH RYDE 2113AustraliaAUS
  • Phone+61 29220-6300
  • Fax+61 29233-6605
  • Websitehttps://www.boral.com.au/
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Hillview Sand Pty LtdDeal completed14 Feb 202214 Feb 2022Deal completed-7.12%21.41m
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