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World Cement's Weekly Wrap: 1 June 2018

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A selection of come of the week's most popular stories from the team at World Cement.

GCCA names CRH’s Manifold as first president

The Global Cement and Concrete Association has named Albert Manifold as its first President, supported by CEMEX’s Fernando A. González and CNBM’s Jianglin Cai.

LafargeHolcim to shut offices in Zurich and Paris

LafargeHolcim is close corporate offices in Zurich and Paris as part of its 2022 Strategy to streamline its corporate structure.

CEMEX to supply cement to major Egyptian infrastructure projects

CEMEX is to supply cement and concrete to major Egyptian infrastructure projects, including two tunnels under the Suez Canal to link the Sinai Peninsula with mainland Egypt.

The cement industry must do better to meet climate change targets

More effort is needed from the cement industry, if climate change targets are to be met, according to a new assessment by the International Energy Agency.

Tarmac Women in Cement group hosts first networking event

Tarmac's Women in Cement has hosted its first networking event across its cement and lime businesses.

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