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11/04/2014

Germany's VDZ elects set of officers

Gerhard Hirth has been reelected as PresidentPremium Content

 

   

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09/04/2014

Chile: Melon names new HR Director

Cynthia Bravo appointed to the post

   

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09/04/2014

Novotroitsk plant appoints new CEO

Andrew Zemcov has been appointed to the post

 

   

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02/04/2014

Spain: Holcim looking to slash more jobs

Firm has filed for ERE affecting 141 workers at its plants

 

   

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01/04/2014

Venezuela fires President of Cemento Andino

Minister of Industries nixes order designating Gilberto Barrios Contreras as head

 

   

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31/03/2014

RAK Cement has new General Manager

Eng. Ali Hasan Jakka Al Mansoori has been appointed to the post.

 

   

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27/03/2014

Sephaku announces death of alternate director

Company declared Johannes Wilhelm Wessels has passed away

 

   

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27/03/2014

Lucky Cement disassociates with protest camp

No disagreements or issues have been reported between Lucky Cement Workers Union and the management

   

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25/03/2014

Spain: Votorantim installs new Communications executive

Isabel Videres has been appointed to the post

 

   

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25/03/2014

Pakistan: Lucky Cement workers go on strike

Retrenched workers also decried government inaction

 

   

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