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Titan Florida orders new 70,000t dome for Port Tampa Bay Terminal

15 November 2021, Published under Cement News

Titan Florida LLC, a subsidiary of Titan America LLC, has announced the construction of a 70,000t dome at its Port Tampa Bay Terminal, making the terminal one of the largest of its kind in the USA. The project supports the growing customer demand for Titan's products and services in Florida.   The new US$35m investment in its Tampa mega-terminal will increase and upgrade Titan's import capacity and expansion of its low-carbon cements and cementitious products, such as fly ash and slag. ...

Titan Cement Group sets new ESG targets for 2025

19 March 2021, Published under Cement News

Titan Cement Group has released its Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) targets for 2025 and beyond. The targets include an updated, more ambitious, CO 2 reduction goal for 2030, aligned with the vision of the European Green Deal to achieve climate neutrality by 2050.  "We are building on our strong track record on sustainability and aspire to increase our positive impact on people, society, and the environment. We are committing to ambitious targets that aim to generate more valu...

Cementarnica Usje sees profit up 20%

05 March 2021, Published under Cement News

North Macedonia's Cementarnica Usje (Titan) has seen a 20 per cent YoY increase in net profit to MKD1.5bn (US$29.3m) for 2020. Operating revenue edged up to MKD5.06bn from MKD5.03bn in 2019. Domestic sales rose three per cent YoY to MKD3.2bn, while sales on foreign markets fell 2.6 per cent to MKD1.6bn. Operating expenses also dropped by 5.9 per cent YoY to MKD3.4bn in 2020, as costs for materials were down 11.5 per cent to MKD1.5bn.

Titan records 8% advance in revenue for 2019

20 March 2020, Published under Cement News

Greece-based Titan Cement has seen its group consolidated revenue advance eight per cent to EUR1.609bn in 2019, compared with EUR1.49bn in the previous year. EBITDA also increased 2.8 per cent YoY to EUR267.1m from EUR259.7m. "We are well placed to simultaneously navigate the market cycles of our business and participate in the major transformational changes that will affect our sector and beyond, focusing on operational excellence and profitability, as well as on adaptability, agility and...

Alexandria Development seeks 100% acquisition of Alexandria Portland Cement

09 December 2019, Published under Cement News

Egypt’s Alexandria Development Ltd (Titan Cement International) has announced its intention to acquire the remaining 11.07 per cent stake in Alexandria Portland Cement. It already owns 88.93 per cent of the company and is expected to offer EGP6/share (US$0.37/share) in cash for the remaining stake. Once the deal completes, the company would delist Alexandria Portland Cement from the Egyptian Exchange, according to Reuters.

Cementarnica Usje records 47% rise in net profit for 1Q19

21 May 2019, Published under Cement News

North Macedonia’s Cementarnica Usje (Titan) has announced that its consolidated net profit rose 47 per cent YoY to MKD138.8m (US$2.5m) in the first quarter of 2019. Total operating revenue increased 32 per cent to MKD851.9m in the 1Q19, while expenses advanced one per cent to MKD661.5m. Domestic market sales were up 31 per cent at MKD562.6m in the first three months of the year, while international sales surged 38 per cent to MKD266.8m.

Roanoke Cement earns industry’s first ISO 50001

03 May 2019, Published under Cement News

Roanoke Cement Co and its parent company, Titan America, announced this week that it has obtained ISO 50001 certification for its Troutville plant in Virginia – the first cement plant in the country. ISO 50001, sponsored by the US Department of Energy, is an energy management system standard that is established as a voluntary programme of best practices in continuous energy improvement. "ISO 50001 is a signature achievement for a manufacturing plant," says Brian Allder, Roanoke’s plant m...

New plant commissioned in Uzbekistan

21 December 2018, Published under Cement News

A new facility in Korauzyak district, Karakalpakstan (Uzbekistan), has been commissioned, according to Trend News. The Uzbek-Chinese joint venture, Titan Cement, saw a total investment of UZS302.4bn (US$36.3m) in the 200,000tpa project. Furthermore, in the Andijan region of Uzbekistan, a new US$630m project has begun construction with the support of Chinese companies.

Titan is looking to move its main quote to Brussels and the management to Cyprus

12 November 2018, Published under Cement News

In the first nine months of 2018,Titan's turnover declined by 1.8 per cent to EUR1101.9m and EBITDA was down by 8.2 per cent to EUR196.9m, while in the third quarter EBITDA was ahead by 3.2 per cent to EUR74.7m. The pretax profit advanced by 11.5 per cent to EUR65.9m and the net attributable profit recovered strongly, rising by 51.8 per cent to EUR50.2m in the 9M18. Net debt at the end of September was 3.4 per cent higher than a year earlier at EUR784m. The nine months' capital expenditure w...

Sino-Uzbek JV brings Karakalpakstan plant online

11 August 2016, Published under Cement News

Uzbek-Chinese joint venture, Titan Cement, recently brought its new plant in Karakalpakstan, Uzbekistan, into operation. The total cost of the project exceeded US$25m and resulted in the creation of more than 200 jobs. Initially the Chinese faction of the joint venture intended the project to have a capacity of no more than 60,000tpa, but following the discovery that there was a raised demand for high-quality, inexpensive cement in the region, plant capacity was increased more than three...