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FM Conway acquires two asphalt plants run by Berkshire Macadam

By Chris Price

Infrastructure company FM Conway has bought a manufacturer and supplier of bitumen and asphalt.

The Sevenoaks-based business has taken over Berkshire Macadam which operates two asphalt plants at Reading and Aldershot.

The new acquisitions, which produce 80,000 tonnes a year, add to its plants in Erith and Heathrow, which supply highways and local roads across the UK.

FM Conway's asphalt plant in Erith

FM Conway's asphalt plant in Erith

FM Conway chief executive Michael Conway said: “These two new plants will build on the success of our Erith and Heathrow facilities which have set a benchmark for asphalt recycling, ensuring that our clients can leverage the environmental and economic benefits which come from resource efficiency.”

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