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Kenneth L. Caubble

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Background Information

Employment History

President and Executive Director

Ohio Ready Mixed Concrete Association


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CADsoft Consulting - Concrete pulling even with asphalt in the race to pave roads

www.cadsoft-consult.com [cached]

Kenneth Caubble, executive director of the Ohio Ready Mixed Concrete Association, which represents concrete producers, said asphalt prices are likely to remain high because the supply has diminished since refineries have improved production, and therefore there is less waste.
"The oil refineries are not in the business of producing asphalt. They want gas, diesel and other fuels," he said. Caubble said the playing field has leveled. "For the first time in quite some time, we are competitive on a first-cost basis with asphalt," he said.


CADsoft Consulting - Concrete pulling even with asphalt in the race to pave roads

www.cadsoft-consult.com [cached]

Kenneth Caubble, executive director of the Ohio Ready Mixed Concrete Association, which represents concrete producers, said asphalt prices are likely to remain high because the supply has diminished since refineries have improved production, and therefore there is less waste.
"The oil refineries are not in the business of producing asphalt. They want gas, diesel and other fuels," he said. Caubble said the playing field has leveled. "For the first time in quite some time, we are competitive on a first-cost basis with asphalt," he said.


www.concretemonthly.com

Ohio Concrete is managed by ORMCA President Ken Caubble, and is made possible through funding from the Great Lakes Cement Promotion Association (GLCPA), ORMCA member dues, and OCCA member dues.CM


www.ohiosmallbusinessday.org

Ken Caubble


This Week in the Ready Mixed Concrete Industry for February 11, 2008 - 2/19/2008 1:32:25 PM

www.nrmca.com [cached]

Ohio Concrete is managed by ORMCA President Ken Caubble.


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