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The TITAN Group has a policy to serve the needs of customers and be proactively responsive in their expectations. We consider that the demand for new products with a longer and less carbon intensive life-cycle will be more important in the future and we invest more in research and development seeking solutions that can be customized to local needs and be better in terms of their environmental impacts.

We engage with the academic communities so as to continuously improve our capacity for Research and Development of new more advanced and friendly to the environment products. New products have been developed with the use of alternative raw materials to meet local needs in Usje, FYROM and Egypt (Reducing emissions and impact on the environment).

We aim to address sustainability considerations in both the development of our products and in the analysis of their life-cycle in joint efforts with other business partners throughout the supply chain. In 2009 TITAN focused particularly in helping key contractors to improve safety performance with positive outcomes both for TITAN and its contractors, as stated by CBMI’s representative in the conclusion meeting of ANTEA project in Albania.
Communication with key suppliers referring to the adoption of Global Compact principles and relevant examples of practice was addressed in correspondence of TITAN’s Procurement Department in Greece with more than 250 suppliers of products and services.

Taking under consideration suppliers’ responses new efforts to foster collective action are considered in the framework of local stakeholder forums and action plans.

“Today is the concluding meeting on the safety of the ANTEA project. This year, we had 4 high level management safety meetings in total. Safety management and performance have continuously improved through the joint site inspections and by our joint efforts the construction project was completed successfully. On behalf of the CBMI safety management team, I extend my appreciation to all TITAN members for their guidance and support. [....] We have achieved our safety target for 2009. [....] The ANTEA project is considered and appraised as the advanced project on safety management for 2009.
Congratulations!

Although we have achieved significant progress in 2009, there is always room for improvement. We will do our best to learn from this advanced experience which we shared with TITAN in the ANTEA project to enhance CBMI rules and standards and improve further. [....]“

Shi Wenlong, Executive Deputy General Manager, CBMI Construction Company