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10th Africa CemenTrade Summit

18-19 Apr, 2018 - Dakar, SENEGAL

Radisson Blu Hotel, Dakar Sea Plaza

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“Increasing market share via technology innovations,
strong customer relations & capacity expansions!"

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Africa’s construction boom has opened up a whole new world of business for building material manufacturers and suppliers. While it has allowed established businesses to expand, it has also attracted a host of new entrants to the continent. Competition is expected to intensify across Africa as cement producers continue to start up new cement capacity across the region.

LafargeHolcim Ivory Coast inaugurated a new mill at its grinding plant in Abidjan.  
5/2/18, http://www.globalcement.com/

Sinoma and Hengya Cement plans to invest $2.35 billion in 10 years in Tanzania. The money will be injected into the making of cement and production of electricity from coal.  
5/12/17, http://www.thecitizen.co.tz/

BUA has started the construction of another greenfield cement plant in Sokoto State with an annual capacity of 1.5 million tonnes at a cost of over $300 million which will be inaugurated in 2018.  
6/9/17,
http://www.thisdaylive.com/

The transformation of limestone to clinker is particularly energy intensive, while electricity costs are also high in Africa. Clinker imports seems to be the more logical solution. However, there are very few grinding plants located within ports or have their own berth in Africa. Most use regular ports to import their clinker, which are usually congested. How can this be addressed with the fiery growth in new grinding units?  In addition, which grinding technologies are more competitive and offer higher efficiency?

South Africa cement industry faces challenging times with the lack of major infrastructure projects & rising imported cement. According to reports, cement maker Lafarge Africa could put up its South African unit for sale this year and potentially use the proceeds to strategically shore up and stabilise its Nigerian business, experts have said, signalling potential mergers and acquisitions in the continent's rapidly growing cement industry.

How will the Africa Cement market evolve in the next 3 years?



Attend CMT’s 10th Africa Cementrade Summit in Dakar, Senegal on 18-19 April 2018 to gain latest insights and network with industry players in the cement value chain.

  • Les Ciments Du Sahel on the role of the cement industry in the growth of the West African Sub Region
  • Dangote Cement discusses Africanization of the cement business
  • Get insights from Bua Cement if Nigeria cement is reaching self-sufficiency?
  • Tony Hadley Africa Advisory shed lights on the changing dynamics of global cement & its impact on Africa
  • Learn about the alternative solid fuel projects in Africa - current status and future prospects from Egyptian Company for Solid waste recycling (ECARU)
  • Gebr Pfeiffer speaks on AHEAD OF THE GAME  - Incorporating vertical grinding into modular plants
  • Find out from Cimfaso if the cement industry is getting crowded in Bukina Faso?
  • Fives FCB introduces FCB Horomill® evolutions in raw and cement grinding with real cases review
  • Diamond cement Mali analyses cement market in Mali & Togo
  • PLUG&GRIND® goes vertical. the new modular grinding concept with a vrm fitted-in by Cemengal
  • ZAG International provides global and Africa cementitious materials outlook
  • Wacker Chemicals Middle East shares the development and use of cement modified systems with polymers
  • Strategy to stay ahead in a competitive cement markets in East Africa by Savannah Cement
  • Marvel International Management & Transportation Co. discusses the expectations in freight  market for coming 3 years and how can we  reduce the freight cost for shipments to West Africa
  • Get latest update on cement markets in South Africa and Cote D’Ivoire
Sign up with your team today to enjoy group discount! Contact grace@cmtsp.com.sg  for more information.

“Augmentation part de marché grâce à des innovations technologiques, des relations clients solides et des extensions de capacité!"

Le boom de la construction en Afrique a ouvert un nouveau monde d’affaires pour les fabricants de matériaux de construction et les fournisseurs. Bien qu’il ait permis aux entreprises établies de prendre de l’expansion, il a également attiré de nouveaux venus sur le continent. La concurrence devrait s’intensifier à travers l’Afrique, les fabricants de ciment continuant de démarrer des nouvelles capacités dans la région.

LafargeHolcim Côte d’Ivoire a inauguré un nouveau moulin dans son usine de broyage à Abidjan.
5/2/18,
www.globalcement.com
 
Sinoma et Hengya Cement projettent d’investir 2,35 milliards de dollars en 10 ans en Tanzanie. L’argent sera injecté dans la fabrication du ciment et la production d’électricité à partir du charbon.
5/12/17,
www.thecitizen.co.tz

BUA a commencé la construction d’une nouvelle usine cimenterie dans l’Etat de Sokoto avec une capacité annuelle de 1,5 million tonnes pour plus de 300 millions de dollars qui sera inauguré en 2018.
6/9/17,
www.thisdaylive.com

La transformation du calcaire en clinker est particulièrement énergie intensif, tandis que les coûts de l’électricité sont également élevés en Afrique. Les importations de clinker semblent être la solution la plus logique. Cependant, il y a très peu de broyeurs situés dans les ports ou ayant leur propre poste en Afrique. La plupart utilisent des ports réguliers pour importer leur clinker, qui sont généralement encombrés. Comment cela peut-il être résolu avec la croissance de nouvelles unités de broyage ? De plus, quelles sont les technologies de broyage les plus compétitives et efficacités ?

L’industrie du ciment en Afrique du Sud est confrontée à une période difficile avec l’absence de grands projets d’infrastructure et l’augmentation du ciment importé. Selon des experts, le cimentier Lafarge Africa pourrait mettre en vente son unité sud-africaine cette année et utiliser les bénéfices pour consolider stratégiquement et stabiliser son activité nigériane, signalant des fusions et acquisitions potentielles dans l’industrie du ciment en pleine croissance du continent.

Comment évoluera le marché du ciment en Afrique des trois prochaines années ?



Participez au 10ème Sommet du Cementrade de l’Afrique de CMT à Dakar, au Sénégal, les 18 et 19 Avril 2018, afin d’obtenir les dernières informations et de rencontrer les acteurs de l’industrie dans la chaîne de valeur du ciment.

  • Les Ciments Du Sahel sur le rôle de l’industrie du ciment dans la croissance de la sous-région ouest-africain
  • Dangote Cement discute de l’africanisation du secteur du ciment
  • Obtenir des informations de Bua Cement si le ciment du Nigeria atteint l’autosuffisance ?
  • Tony Hadley Africa Advisory met en lumière la dynamique changeante du ciment mondial et son impact sur l’Afrique
  • En savoir plus sur les projets alternatifs de carburant solide en Afrique - état actuel et avenir de l’entreprise Egyptian Company for Solid waste recycling (ECARU)
  • Gebr Pfeiffer parle de EN AVANCE SUR LE JEU - Incorporer le broyage vertical dans des plantes modulaires
  • Renseignez-vous auprès de Cimfaso si l’industrie du ciment est bondée à Bukina Faso?
  • Fives FCB présente les évolutions de FCB Horomill® dans le broyage de matières premières et de ciment avec examen des cas réels
  • Diamond cement Mali analyse le marché ciment au Mali et au Togo
  • PLUG & GRIND® passe à la verticale. Le nouveau concept de broyage modulaire avec un vrm intégré par Cemengal
  • ZAG International fournit des perspectives sur les matériaux cimentaires mondiaux et africains
  • Wacker Chemicals Middle East partage le développement et l’utilisation de systèmes ciment modifiés avec des polymères
  • Stratégie pour rester en tête dans un marché ciment compétitif en Afrique de l’Est par Savannah Cement
  • Marvel International Management & Transportation Co. discute des attentes sur le marché du fret pour les 3 prochaines années et comment pouvons-nous réduire le coût du fret pour les expéditions vers l’Afrique de l’Ouest
  • Recevez les dernières informations sur les marchés du ciment en Afrique du Sud et en Côte d’Ivoire
Inscrivez-vous avec votre équipe aujourd’hui pour profiter de la réduction ! Contactez grace@cmtsp.com.sg pour plus d’informations.

Comments from 9th Africa Cementrade Summit,
April 2017, Abidjan, Cote D’Ivoire

“A great event, very good in content and networking. I always look forward to the next one!” ~ Savannah Cement

“Excellent Networking Opportunity” ~ Siemens

“Interesting topics” ~ BASF 

“Good assembly of cement practitioners in Africa” ~ Africa Finance Corporation

“Very professional Seminar – good timing and well balanced” ~ PEG

“Impact on growth region ECOWAS cluster” ~ Gebr Pfeiffer

“The best way to have an overall update on what’s happening in this industry in the region in less than 2 days!” ~ LafargeHolcim

Be a Sponsor or Exhibitor!

This This event is an excellent platform to promote your organization to influential players and investors in the industry. Sponsorship opportunities available include Corporate, Exclusive Luncheon & Cocktail sponsor.

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Le prochain Dakar Sommet en Avril mettra en lumière le marché prometteur du ciment en Afrique

Posted on : 02 Apr, 2018

 

 

Le 10ème Sommet Africa CemenTrade du CMT les 18 et 19 avril 2018 à l'hôtel Radisson Blu de Dakar retrace les importations de ciment et de clinker en Afrique, l'expansion rapide de la capacité de ciment et les comparaisons potentielles des fusions et acquisitions.

 

Les principaux cimentiers, négociants, entreprises de béton / matériaux de construction, fournisseurs de technologie et de matières bruts se rassemblent à Dakar du 18 au 19 Avril où les acteurs africains de la chaîne de valeur du ciment partagent leurs idées.

 

Les sociétés commanditaires des Ciments du Sahel et Sococim Industries se joignent au sommet avec des documents sur:

CONTRIBUTION DE L'INDUSTRIE CIMENTAIRE À LA CROISSANCE DE LA SOUS-RÉGION AFRICAINE DE L'OUEST

M. Latfallah Layousse, PDG et MD

Les Ciments du Sahel

 

• Sénégal: - LA BULLE DE CIMENT EST-ELLE BRÛLANTE ?

Youga Sow, directeur général

SOCOCIM Industries

Luk Haelterman, Chef de pays, Sénégal de Dangote Industries présente «AFRICANISATION DES ACTIVITÉS CIMENTAIRES » tandis que Finn Arnoldsen, CEO du Groupe, Bua Cement analyse si le secteur du ciment au Nigeria est en train d'atteindre l'autosuffisance. De même, le principal cimentier du Burkina Faso - CIMFASO - Inoussa Kabore, MD partage les détails des importations et des défis du clinker du pays via une session sur - L'industrie du ciment est-elle bondée au Burkina Faso? Alors que Ronald Ndegwa, MD, Savannah Cement aborde les «LES FACTEURS DE CROISSANCE À L'EST RÉGION AFRIQUE».

 

Le sommet est également rejoint par Tony Hadley African Advisory présentant «LA DYNAMIQUE DE CHANGEMENT DU MARCHÉ CIMENT GLOBAL ET SON IMPACT SUR L’AFRIQUE   » et ZAG International partageant l'aperçu global et les perspectives pour l'Afrique en mettant l'accent sur les «matériaux cimentaires». En outre, Cemengal parle de son nouveau concept de broyage modulaire avec un VRM Fitted-In, tandis que Marvel International Management & Transportation présente les attentes du marché du fret pour les 3 prochaines années et comment réduire le coût du fret pour les expéditions vers l'Ouest. Afrique. La durabilité étant une question clé pour les producteurs de ciment, la société égyptienne pour le recyclage des déchets solides (ECARU) répertorie les projets alternatifs de combustibles solides en Afrique.

Les trois commanditaires associés du sommet contribuent chacun un document :

 

• M. Falk Werner, directeur de secteur, Gebr. Pfeiffer - En avance sur le jeu

• M. Loïc POTTIER, Directeur Régional des Ventes, Fives - FCB Horomill® Evolutions en Broyage Brut et Ciment: Révision des cas réels

• M. Mohammed Sanaobar, directeur technique régional chez Wacker Chemicals - Le développement et l'utilisation de systèmes modifiés au ciment avec des polymères

Organisés par le Center for Management Technology (CMT), les exposants du sommet sont - Les Ciments du Sahel, Sococim Industries, Gebr. Pfeiffer, Intercem Engineering, CEMENGAL, Fives FCB, CHRYSO, Howden Solyvent-Ventec, La Sacherie Moderne, WOKU-Filtermedien GmbH & Co., Haver & Boecker, Siemens et ANIVI.

 

Visitez le site de l'événement ou appelez Mme Grace Oh au +65 6346 9147 pour plus détails.


BUA Cement Plans Major Capacity Expansion in Nigeria

Posted on : 02 Apr, 2018

 

Nigeria’s major cement producer – BUA Cement has significantly increased its cement production capacities in Nigeria. In 2017, the cement producer inaugurated a $1billion second cement line at its Obu Cement factory in Okpella, Edo State that will have 3 million tonnes of capacity. BUA Cement already runs a 3 million tonnes capacity line at the Obu plant. 

BUA has also started the construction of a greenfield cement plant in Sokoto State with an annual capacity of 1.5 million tonnes costing over $300 million. With these, BUA will have invested over $2 billion in the Nigerian cement industry with capacities in excess of over 12 million tons per annum within a decade’s time.

BUA Cement is confident with the addition of these plants, Nigeria will be close to self-sufficiency in the near term. The capacity expansion will also help Nigeria’s cement exports potential.

Learn more from Mr. Finn Arnoldsen, Group COO of Bua Cement Company on – Nigeria: Cement Sector Reaching Self-Sufficiency? at CMT’s 10th Africa CemenTrade Summit on 18-19 April, 2018 in Dakar, SENEGAL.

For more information, Contact Grace Oh at grace@cmtsp.com.sg or call +65 6346 9147.


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Devki Group to Construct 2 New Cement Plants in Kenya

Posted on : 01 Mar, 2018

 

Kenyan cement producer – Devki Group plans to construct two new cement plants in the country. The first plant will have a production capacity of 750 million tonnes of cement per annum, located in Mariakani, Kilifi County. The other factory is also expected to have a similar capacity and will be constructed in Nakuru, northwest of Nairobi.

Recently, the top cement producer from Kenya also built a cement clinker plant at Merrueshi/Mbirikani in Kajiado County, near Nairobi. The company also owns a cement grinding facility and a clinker plant in Kenya.

The two new cement factories are anticipated to lower cement prices in Kenya as it will cut down on transportation costs for delivery of material to construction sites in the country. 

Kenya’s Devki Group sells cement under the popular brand name Simba cement. Backed by the country’s business tycoon Narendra Raval, the company started operations in Kenya’s cement market six years ago. They aimed to reduce the cost of housing through availability of cement at affordable prices. 

Learn about Africa’s cement production capacities at CMT’s 10th Africa CemenTrade Summit on 18-19 April, 2018 in Dakar, SENEGAL.

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Dangote Cement Opens 1.5 MTPA cement plant in Congo

Posted on : 01 Feb, 2018

 

Africa’s major cement company Dangote Cement has recently opened a 1.5mtpa capacity cement plant in Mfila, Congo.

Estimated to cost $300 million, the cement plant more than doubled the total cement production capacity of Congo-Brazzaville, which now stands at 2.550 million metric tonnes per annum, far in excess of national demand.

The plant which is now the largest in Congo will enable the availability and affordability of cement in the country and reduce its dependence on cement imports to meet demand.  It can also help Congo to conserve its foreign exchange that would otherwise have been spent on imports for the country. 

At the end of May 2017, Dangote Cement’s total annual production capacity across Africa stood at 45.8 million metric tonnes. It is already one of the biggest cement producers in Africa and aspires to be among the top 10 cement producers in the world by 2020. 

Dangote cement commissioned its cement plants in four African countries namely: Ethiopia, Zambia, Cameroun and Tanzania. The Congo-Brazzaville plant, which began operations in the third quarter of 2017, will be the fifth cement plant that it commissioned in the last two years.

CMT’s 10th Africa CemenTrade Summit on 18-19 April, 2018 in Dakar, SENEGAL discusses Africa’s cement production capacities in more detail.

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Mr. Ronald Ndegwa
Managing Director, Savannah Cement Ltd
SPEAKER TOPIC
GROWTH DRIVERS IN EAST AFRICA REGION
Day 2 [Thu 19, April], at 09:05 AM

Ronald Ndegwa is the current Managing Director of Savannah Cement, a state of the art, eco-friendly cement grinding plant located in Athi-River, Kenya.


Prior to his appointment in December 2013, Ndegwa had accumulated a wealth of knowledge spanning over 15 years' in the manufacturing sector as a supply chain specialist during which time he had held various senior management roles and had overall responsibility over a wide range of assets and activities. He has also been extensiv....
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Mr. Youga Sow
CEO, SOCOCIM Industries
SPEAKER TOPIC
SENEGAL – IS THE CEMENT BUBBLE BURSTING?
Day 1 [Wed 18, April], at 09:55 AM

Mr. Youga SOW has 22 years of professional experience and he is trained at the Institute of Earth Sciences (Insitut des Sciences de la Terre) of Cheikh Anta Diop University of Dakar as a Geological engineer. Mr. Youga SOW also holds a MBA in Corporate Strategy.

Mr. Loïc POTTIER
Area Sales Manager, Fives FCB
SPEAKER TOPIC
FCB HOROMILL® EVOLUTIONS IN RAW AND CEMENT GRINDING : REAL CASES REVIEW
Day 1 [Wed 18, April], at 04:20 PM

Loïc Pottier has a Master Degree from ICAM Lille, School of Engineering (France) since 1994. He made his first experience in Automotive Industry (Projects) and Oil & Gas sector (Sales). Since 2006, he is Area Sales Manager for Fives FCB, in charge of MENA region till 2013, and for Africa till now.

Mr. Xavier Saint-Martin-Tillet
CEO, LafargeHolcim Côte d’Ivoire
SPEAKER TOPIC
CHANGING DYNAMICS OF COTE D’IVOIRE’S CEMENT MARKET
Day 1 [Wed 18, April], at 11:30 AM

Graduated from Centrale Paris, Xavier Saint-Martin-Tillet, began joined Lafarge Cements France in 1996. He was in charge of Operations of  the Venezuelan subsidiary then Deputy CEO of Lafarge Algeria’s industrial activities. Xavier held the position of Fuel procurement Director for the LafargeHolcim group in 2014 before his appointment as LafargeHolcim Côte d’Ivoire Country CEO in 2016. He is the brand new Côte d’Ivoire cement producers association President, APCCI, since september 2017.....
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