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10/07/2014

Lafarge Russia appoints Voskresensk Сement Plant director

Andrew Vitalievitch joined Lafarge Russia in 2009

   

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07/07/2014

TCL unable to settle employee backpay just yet

Firm says it does not have $90 mm needed for the payments.

 

   

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02/07/2014

EAPC executives get reinstated

High Court ruled their dismissal as unlawful.

 

   

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29/06/2014

MSHA initiates review at cement operations

Decision follows fatal elevator accident at cement plant in Kentucky

   

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29/06/2014

M. Damodaran resigns from UltraTech Cement board

Resignation took effect on June 20

   

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26/06/2014

CBR Harmignies to close its doors

Displaced workers offered transfer to Heidelberg Cement unit

   

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26/06/2014

Lafarge hits safety milestone in Reunion Island

Unit becomes part of other Lafarge sites with best safety records

   

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24/06/2014

Bamburi will have separate CEO's for Kenya, Uganda

Company says revamp will help improve operations

 

   

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23/06/2014

CRH lays out incentives for top executives

Ireland based company has locked in incentives to keep top team until 2016

 

   

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20/06/2014

Boral to cease clinker production at Maidon plant

28 jobs set to be cut during the process

   

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