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World Cement's Weekly Wrap: 17 August 2018

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Some of the week's most popular stories from the team at World Cement.

UltraTech to expand waste heat recovery capacity

UltraTech Cement is to more than double its waste heat recovery capacity to 121 MW with new systems being set up at five cement plants across India.

Titan Group included in this year’s FTSE4Good Index Series

Titan Group has been confirmed as constituent of the FTSE4Good Index Series for the second year running.

Cementos Argos reports 1H18 and 2Q18 results

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.

CTP Team to supply waste heat recovery plant to Turkey

CTP Team has signed a contract to supply a waste heat recovery system to Cimko Narli cement plant in Turkey.

Eagle Cement announces new President and COO

Dave Powers, CEO of Eagle Cement, has appointed Michael Haack as the new President and COO.

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Measure Twice, Mix Once

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