Knauf AU Press Coverage

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USG Boral rebrands as Knauf

7 February 2022: Following its acquisition by the Knauf Group, USG Boral Building Products Pty Limited is now known as Knauf Gypsum Pty Ltd, or simply ‘Knauf’ in Australia.

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Boral completes sale of its 50% share in USG Boral

Boral Limited (ASX: BLD) today announced the completion of the sale of its 50% share in the USG Boral joint venture to Gebr Knauf KG (Knauf) for US$1.015 billion (A$1.33 billion at current exchange rates).

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Boral ASX Release re USG Boral and Knauf transaction

Boral agrees to sell its 50% share in USG Boral to Knauf as the Company progresses its portfolio review and other key priorities

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USG Boral Ceilings Customer Update

You may have seen a news report recently about issues relating to ceilings that may have been installed using glues supplied by Knauf. Safety is paramount for our company and indeed, for our industry, which is why we take such claims seriously. 

As a leading manufacturer of premium building materials, Knauf is committed to ensuring consumers receive the highest quality products, installed to industry standards.

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USG Boral transaction with Knauf

Boral, today provided an update on progress to complete the USG Boral plasterboard transaction with Gebr Knauf KG (“Knauf”). 

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Knauf advocates for healthier work sites in building and construction

Growing concern over the rise in reported respirable crystalline silica (RCS) related cases, is putting pressure on the construction industry to crack down on health and safety practices.

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BORAL AND KNAUF SUPPORT INDIGENOUS YOUTH PROGRAM

Boral and Knauf have used the strength of the joint venture to collaborate on a diversion program for disengaged Indigenous youths. 

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Knauf takes the lead on reducing dust on construction sites

The volume of respirable airborne dust created on building sites during sanding can now be reduced with new SHEETROCK® Dust Control Joint Compound from Knauf: the first of its kind for the Australian construction industry. 

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