Thursday, 28th September 2023

Lafarge Africa

18 May 2018
For increasing value on investment through dividend payout, shareholders of Lafarge Africa Plc, has commended the board for its 2017 performance, as they approve a total N13.01billion dividend.
3 May 2018
Lafarge Africa Plc has stated that it remains committed to health and safety standards in its factories and that of its value-chain partners.
26 Apr 2018
Following an improvement in its loss position amid performance concerns, the management of Lafarge Africa Plc has expressed optimism about the firm’s return to profitability as key reforms begin to reflect in its operations.
9 Apr 2018
In full-year results for the year ended December 2017, Lafarge Africa Plc recorded net sales of N299 billion. This represents a 36% growth relative to the corresponding period in 2016. Recurring EBITDA doubled to N57,6 billion. The CEO of Lafarge Africa Plc Michel Puchercos attributed the strong margins in the Nigerian business to cost initiatives…
26 Feb 2018
Nigeria's energy problem will receive a much-needed boost early 2019 when the 16-megawatts power station being constructed by AshakaCem is completed. AshakaCem is a subsidiary of Lafarge Africa and a member of the LafargeHolcin Group. The 11-billion naira project began in 2017 and is expected to be completed in January 2019, the managing director of…
20 Dec 2017
Lafarge Africa Plc has partnered other stakeholders to unveil an independent non-partisan organisation, the Women in Manufacturing in Africa (WIM Africa)...
18 Dec 2017
Transactions on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) opened for the week on Monday in red as market indices, turnover and value traded dropped massively due to profit taking.
5 Dec 2017
Lafarge Africa Plc has assured shareholders of its commitments towards sustainable growth that will deliver improved returns to all stakeholders.
14 Nov 2017
The shareholders of Lafarge Africa Plc on Monday, approved the merger with United Cement Company of Nigeria Limited (Unicem), and Atlas Cement Company Limited (Atlas).
9 Nov 2017
The chairman noted that the realisation of these synergies is expected to result in improved returns to shareholders and be beneficial to other stakeholders, including employees and customers of Lafarge Africa, Unicem and Atlas.
3 Nov 2017
Bruno Hounkpati is the Director of Logistics at Lafarge Africa Plc.
16 Oct 2017
The competition is in line with the company’s sustainability strategy, “The 2030 Plan,” which stipulates its ambition for the construction with a vision of enhancing the quality of life for all.


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