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During the last two years we further increased and more systematically interacted with socially responsible investors listening to their concerns and considerations, as well as their opinion regarding TITAN’s performance and progress. Through meetings, feedback reports and letters we have seen the interest of such investors both growing and becoming more focused on our strategy and our overall evolution in respect to governance, social and environmental issues.

In 2009 TITAN Cement Company renewed its membership in the Kempen/SNS Smaller (Socially Responsible Investment) Europe Universe in which it has participated since the Universe’s establishment in 2003.

The Universe consists of 300 companies from 12 countries that meet specific standards in three major categories: Environmental Performance, Social Performance and Business Ethics. Kempen/SNS Smaller Europe SRI Universe has more than 30 years of experience in ethical investment and over nine years in sustainable investments.

“TITAN cement publishes a comprehensive annual CSR Report that covers many issues and is available on the website of the Group. With respect to human resources; it outlines training programs available for managers and non-managers. Furthermore, the policy on health and safety is presented that includes important aspects as performance indicators, measures taken, guidelines and points of attention. The Group supports communities in different regions where it operates. [...]

The Group integrated the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) guidelines and reports important environmental performance indicators as CO2 emissions and energy use in an annual report, which is available to all stakeholders. In 2008 the specific gross direct CO2 emissions already reach the target level for 2010, which means a reduction of 15% compared to the level of 1990. This indicates that TITAN has passed our stringent criteria and can be considered a company that demonstrates good SRI practice”.

Abstract from Kempen SNS Report for TITAN in 2009