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Titan Cement

Titan Cement Company S.A.
Α.Ε. Τσιμέντων Τιτάν
Anonymous Company
Traded as Athex: TITK, Athex: TITP
Industry Cement and Building materials
Founded 1902
Headquarters Athens, Greece
Key people
Andreas Canellopoulos (Chairman)
Products Cement
construction aggregates
ready mix concrete
fly ash
dry mortars
building blocks
Revenue 1.158 billion (end 2014)
Profit 30.90 million (end 2014)
Total assets 2.800 billion (end 2014)
Total equity €1.600 billion (end 2014)[1]
Number of employees
5.501 (end 2014)[1]

Titan Cement Company S.A. is a large multinational cement and building materials producing company, based in Athens, Greece.

TITAN was founded in 1902, and was listed on the Athens stock exchange ten years later, in 1912. Among the company’s assets are 13 cement production facilities, 3 located in Greece, 2 in the USA (Virginia and Florida), 5 in Southeastern Europe (Bulgaria, Serbia, Albania, Kosovo and FYROM) and 3 in Middle East (Egypt and Turkey), 25 distribution terminals, 126 ready-mix plants, 64 quarries, 3 grinding plants, 9 concrete block plants, 9 Fly ash processing plants, 1 dry mortar plant and 1 processed engineered fuel facility.[2]

In 2014, TITAN Cement had a total turnover of €1,158 million and a net profit of €30.9 million.[3] TITAN participates in local and international CSR and Sustainability initiatives and is a member of CSR Europe, WBCSD and CSI.[4][5][6]


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[1]External links

  • Official website

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