Some of the week's most popular stories from the team at World Cement.
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In 2Q18, the company’s revenues rose by 1.4% to US$727 million when compared to 2Q17. It experienced a 59.7% fall in net profit to US$9.6 million in 2Q18 when compared to 2Q17.
Titan Group has been confirmed as constituent of the FTSE4Good Index Series for the second year running.
Glaucio Roland, a specialist in supply chains, discusses the necessary considerations when producing and exporting petcoke in Brazil.
Concesión Costera (a consortium made up of Mario Huertas, MECO, Colpatria, and Castro Tcherassi) officially delivered the viaduct that rises over La Virgen Swamp in the department of Bolívar. This mega-project is not only the largest viaduct in the country, which spans 4.73 km, it is also the first 4G road to be completed.
Applications will open tomorrow for admission to Cementos Argos’s 2019 scholarship programme, which has promoted higher education in Colombia for the past four years and benefited 144 students so far.
Jonathan Rowland, World Cement Editor, continues to provide an overview of the major markets and major players in Latin America’s cement industry.
Hema, a leading manufacturing company, has utilised Siemens digitalisation tools to capture production data to help improve predictive plant maintenance.
The Balcones and FEC quarries were identified as two of the top crushed stone production operations in the US.
Jonathan Rowland, World Cement Editor, provides an overview of the major markets and major players in Latin America’s cement industry.
The company has been awarded contracts for a greenfield cement plant and a brownfield cement plant in Central America.