Concrete is cooler than you would think Become an MVP in Concrete Concrete is the second most consumed product on earth (water is #1) and the number one building material by far. Concrete is the Most Valuable Player to the built environment. Yet, most don't see concrete as that important to the strength
Traditional ready-mixed trucks love Cart-Away There is no disputing that ready-mixed trucks are the big gorilla of concrete delivery. 400 million cubic yards of concrete were produced in 2021 and most of it was delivered by the nearly 72,000 ready-mix trucks in the U.S. These trucks can carry between 8 and 12 cubic yards per
More government spending fuels concrete demand into the future. It seems like every few months there is another spending bill working through Congress. No matter where you stand on the wisdom of this spending, it is going to be great for concrete producers. We are now only a few months away from the time when
Do the biggest names in the built world help solidify proof of concept? An investment in Cart-Away is a significant business decision. Placing money with any business venture should be based upon solid numbers, strong teams and superior traction. Every offering has the risk of too much "blue sky" bloviating and not enough supported substance.
Three Cart-Away locations report massive sales Solving Short-load Problems On any given day we receive dozens of calls from some of our 400 partner locations. Most of these calls are requests for maintenance parts or to place orders for additional equipment. Last Friday we had three successful owners call to report the impact
Cart-Away is grounded in picks and shovels When you think of the high tech world, ready-mixed concrete isn't the first thing that comes to mind. The newest buzzwords in investment circles are buildtech and contech, which focuses on applying technology to construction and infrastructure development. These investments are like the modern day equivalent of a
The Built World is a Non-Consensus Goldmine In venture investing there is a group of investment opportunities that do not confirm to the norm, and is called the non-consensus market. "By definition in venture capital, if you are doing it right, you are continuously investing in things that are non-consensus at the time of investment.