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Eurocement’s Voronezh branch in Book of Honour

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Eurocement’s Voronezh branch has been included in the All-Russian Book of Honour for 2015.

The Russian Book of Honour included all of the country’s most worthy enterprises and organisations, across all forms of ownership and industry, acknowledging those which best contribute to socio-economic development, improving the efficiency of the industry, continuing the growth of budget and increasing social efficiency.

The information included enhances the openness of society and guarantees the right of citizens, organisations and public authorities to have access to the best information on organisations, businesses and institutions that are working for the benefit of both their local community, and Russia as a whole.

The main objective of the Book of Honour is to highlight the best companies in the region, within each industry, who are working to support the continued growth of Russia.

The inclusion of the Voronezh branch celebrates Eurocement’s status as a cost-effective and socially significant enterprise in the country.

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