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TITAN was founded in Greece in 1902. With its headquarters in Greece –where the parent company has been listed on the Athens Stock Exchange since 1912–TITAN Group’s vertically integrated activity spans 13 countries.

This activity is carried out by wholly-owned affiliated companies and by joint ventures with other partners. It covers the production of cement, concrete, aggregates, mortars and other building materials; transportation - distribution of products; processing and industrial utilization of fly ash.

TITAN’s business success and reputation are based on the application of best available technologies (BAT), for production procedures and distribution methods, on systematic research and constantly upgraded know-how, and on its high-quality human resources.

The Group’s development growth is enhanced and ensured by a solid Corporate Governance system, an effective, flexible organizational and administrative structure; by the formulation and implementation of educational-training programs for employees at all levels, all sectors and all regions of the Group’s operations; and by a strong, all-pervading set of corporate values and social responsibility consciousness with sustainable development as its major pillar.

TITAN Group’s CSR and Sustainability commitment is demonstrated in its own policies and practices as well as through active participation in international initiatives. TITAN was the first company in Greece to sign the United Nations Global Compact, which aims to safeguard human rights, labor rights, protection of the environment as well as combating bribery and corruption. It is a member of CSR Europe, of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, of the Cement Sustainability Initiative and the European Alliance for CSR. It is also a member of the Hellenic Federation of Enterprises, of the Greek Mining Enterprises Association, of Athens Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Portland Cement Association.

 

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