James Hardie Industries is a manufacturer of fiber cement products and systems for internal and external building construction applications in the United States, Australia, New Zealand, and the Philippines. The Company markets its fiber cement products and systems under various Hardie brand names, such as HardieBacker boards, and other brand names, such as Artisan Lap and Artisan Accent Trim by James Hardie, Cemplank and Prevail siding, and Scyon advanced lightweight cement composite products, such as Scyon Stria cladding. The Company’s fiber cement products are used in a number of markets, including new residential construction (single and multi-family housing), manufactured housing (mobile and pre-fabricated homes), repair and remodeling and a variety of commercial and industrial applications (stores, warehouses, offices, hotels, motels, schools, libraries, museums, dormitories, hospitals, detention facilities, religious buildings and gymnasiums).
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|Fermacell||November 07, 2017|
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When was James Hardie founded?
James Hardie was founded in 1888.
Who are James Hardie key executives?
James Hardie's key executives are Andrea Gisle Joosen and Persio Lisboa.
How many employees does James Hardie have?
James Hardie has 3,709 employees.
Who are James Hardie competitors?
Competitors of James Hardie include CEMEX, Owens Corning and Boral.
Where is James Hardie headquarters?
James Hardie headquarters is located at 2ND Floor The Harcourt Buildings 57B Harcourt St, Dublin.
Where are James Hardie offices?
James Hardie has offices in Dublin, Eastleigh, Mission Viejo, Chicago and in 6 other locations.
How many offices does James Hardie have?
James Hardie has 10 offices.
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