Titan has donated cement and aggregates to assist with the rebuilding work, following flash floods in mid-November in Mandra and West Attica on the outskirts of Athens, Greece. The floods killed at least 15 people, injured many more and caused significant damage, according to news reports.
“Titan has provided immediate support to the victims of the recent flash floods in Mandra and West Attica, donating cement and aggregates, as well as offering multiple levels of materials and technical assistance,” the company said in a press release.
In addition to the building materials, the company provided equipment to assist with the removal of debris, while Titan employees volunteered to help deal with the effects of the disaster.
Titan Group is a multinational building materials company with its corporate headquarters in Greece. It owns cement plants in ten countries around the world, reporting turnover of €1.51 billion in 2016.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/europe-cis/28112017/titan-assists-flood-relief-efforts/
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