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Opengate customers include a long list of blue-chip enterprises, such as Grupo Carso (Condumex, Inbursa, Sanborns), Infonavit, Alimentos Herdez, Banca Invex, Banco Popular de Puerto Rico, Petroleos Mexicanos (PEMEX), Petroleos de Venezuela (PDVSA), Cementos Mexicanos (CEMEX), Comision Nacional de Bancos y Valores de Mexico (CNBV), Americatel, Visa International, Televen, Bermuda Light & Company, Biblioteca Nacional de Caracas, Banco de Mexico, Camara de Comercio de Bogota, El Nuevo Dia, Grupo Scanda, Grupo Qualita, El Palacio de Hierro, Coltejer de Colombia, Cable & Wireless, American School Foundation in Mexico, and many others.
SPANIARDS HAD LITTLE BIDDING COMPETITION Multinationals like Cementos Mexicanos S.
CANACAR's plan is opposed by the Asociacion Nacional del Transporte Privado (ANTP), which represents trucking operations owned by private companies like Cementos Mexicanos (CEMEX), Coca-Cola Mexico, and Kimberly Clark.
The report profiles 1102 companies including many key and niche players worldwide such as Aditya Birla Group, Asahi Glass Company Limited, Associated Materials, Boral Limited, Cementos Mexicanos, CRH, CSR Limited, Daiken Corporation, Dal-Tile International, Inc, Dow Building Materials, Dyckerhoff AG, Exacibasi Group, Florida Tile Industries, Inc, HeidelbergCement AG, Holcim Ltd, Italcementi S.
Mexico's love for building things with concrete could have kept Cementos Mexicanos quite content in its role as the top producer of cement products in a burgeoning national market.
Another company on the move outside Mexico is Cementos Mexicanos, or Cemex, a $2.
Ernesto Rubio DEL CUETO, Director, Group Cementos Mexicanos.
Amoco also has a number of relationships with major industrial companies, including a joint venture with Grupo Industrial Alfa to manufacture purified terephthalic acid; and Cementos Mexicanos (Cemex) for the supply of petroleum coke.