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Company Response

6 Jan 2015

Titan Cement

Titan response to report by Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights

...In respect to TITAN Cement operations in Alexandria the survey is referring to a history of dismissals and violations that have no relation to TITAN, as the period of time referred to is long before TITAN acquired the plant (fully acquired or in control of the plant).

Regarding the claim that TITAN has polluted the surrounding environment, there are numerous reports and data verified by independent third parties assuring that environmental performance of the Alexandria plant has significantly improved reaching the European and international standards under TITAN’s management, while significant investments have been implemented to meet this aim.

In respect to employment and labor standards, it should be mentioned that the level of employment has been stable at the plant since 2008 and the majority of employees are coming from the local environment...

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Titan cement in Egypt - environmental & labour concerns

stories | Story 6 Jan 2015