Annual financial results for major construction materials group Boral show a statutory net loss after tax of 1.139 billion.
Boral has announced it expects to recognise a non-cash, pre-tax impairment charge of $1.3 billion in its financial results, which will be released to market on Friday August 28.
Four major contractors have been awarded maintenance contracts for a total 23,000 kilometres of the South Australian Road Maintenance
Tasked with resurfacing and extending the Geraldton Airport runway in Western Australia, Boral turned to Wirtgen to find a relocatable asphalt production plant with flexibility and a high production rate.
Boral has announced it is aiming to preserve cash supply, and said it will slow production abroad to align with lower activity, in a COVID-19 market update.