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About ibst

Ibstock is a leading manufacturer of clay bricks and concrete products with operations in the UK and the United States. Its range of products are manufactured, marketed and distributed by Ibstock Brick, Supreme Concrete, and Forticrete in the UK, and Glen-Gery in the United States.

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