12th Africa CemenTrade Summit,

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Rescheduled of event 12th Africa CemenTrade Summit
  • Exhibitor
    InterCem Engineering
  • Promotion Partner
    https://industrialreview.co.za/contact-us/
  • Promotion Partner
    https://firstafricaguide.com/
  • Promotion Partner
    www.verlagbt.de
  • Promotion Partner
    www.business1.com
  • Promotion Partner
    www.worldcement.com
  • Promotion Partner
    www.groupafricapublishing.com
  • Promotion Partner
    www.simankhabar.ir
  • Promotion Partner
    www.cementgroup.ir
  • Promotion Partner
    www.africaoutlookmag.com
  • Promotion Partner
    www.businessreviewafrika.com

“How are cement producers responding to changing markets to stay competitive?”
 

Intercem awarded contract for 2.5 Mt/yr cement grinding plant in Togo by CimMetal Group.
21/1/2020, worldcement.com

The Ministry of Trade and Industry in Ghana has banned the issuance of permits to companies that want to set up cement processing plants in the country.
28/1/2020, worldcement.com

Oman-based Raysut Cement has announced that it is seeking a 75% stake in a cement terminal in the Maldives, as part of its long-term global expansion strategy. It is also constructing a 1.0Mt/yr cement grinding plant in collaboration with MSG Group in Somaliland, internationally recognised as an autonomous region of Somalia.    
4/2/2020, Globalcement.com

Cement investment in Africa continues to draw new players amid rising local production and cheap imports. Some of the expansion includes  Morocco’s  Ouled Ghanem cement plant in the province of El Jadida, 150km south of Casablanca, to be completion in 2022, Raysut Cement’s expansion plans into Africa, from building a  grinding plant in Somaliland to possible greenfield project in Kenya as well as acquisition in Uganda and South Africa.

With the cement market getting more crowded, what are the strategies producers adopt to stay competitive? Especially when demand hasn’t been able to catch up with supply in many countries? Is export the solutions or M&A the way forward? How to survive and respond to the specific difficulties in the region to maintain and strengthen competitiveness?

With the current global economy in uncertainty due to the coronavirus outbreak, how will this impact Africa’s economic performance?

Shipping fuel regulation to cut sulphur levels (IMO 2020) comes into this January, is there any impact on freight cost to the cement industry?  Are ship owners looking at cost sharing in the value chain to minimize the impact on their bottom line?

Energy intensive cement industry is under pressure to look at alternative fuels to cut down carbon emissions as sustainability gains importance. The industry can reduce carbon emissions in the short-term by about 30% by replacing fossil fuels with renewable energy sources, improving energy efficiency and reducing clinker content. Nigeria’s Dangote Cement has started to use gas turbines at its cement plant in Tanzania. It is not only a cost effective way of power generation but also environment friendly. Meanwhile with carbon tax being implemented in South Africa last year, the country’s AfriSam is indicating the amount of carbon tax payable on each specific bag of cement (which differs among brands), allowing customers to identify the AfriSam cement brands with lower carbon footprints.

Attend CMT’s 12th Africa Cementrade Summit in Abidjan, Cote D’Ivoire to gain latest insights and network with industry players in the cement value chain.

  • Find out from Bloomfield Investment the economic outlook in Sub-Sahara Africa
  • Get in-depth discussion from LafargeHolcim, Dangote Cement and more on what the cement producers in Sub Saharan Africa need nowadays? How to survive and respond to the specific difficulties in the region to maintain and strengthen competitiveness?
  • Cim Ivoire (a CimMetal Group Co.) shares the latest on cement market trends & direction in Burkina Faso and Cote D’ivoire
  • Gain insights from Raysut Cement’s Investment plans & directions in East & Central Africa
  • ESG changing our world, the impact on African cement by Tony Hadley African Advisory
  • Get a comparison and economic benefits of Pfeiffer ready2grind from Gebr Pfeiffer
  • Hear from Dangote Cement their strategy to reduce carbon footprint in cement production and their plans & direction
  • DS Norden shares where the freight rate is heading with changing fuel cost?
  • Positioning to win in Senegal’s cement market by Dangote Cement
  • Carmeuse Overseas to share development of Lime in Sub-Sahara Africa
  • Intercem Engineering discusses update on cement project & implementation challenges in Togo
  • Learn the latest on Cameroon, Algeria, South Africa and Mali
  • Meet the industry’s who’s who at one place with more than 8 hrs of networking time spread over 2 days!

Sign up with your team today to enjoy group discount! Contact grace@cmtsp.com.sg for more information.
 

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Separately Bookable Optional Site Visit

Ciments de Côte d’Ivoire (CIMIVOIRE)
on afternoon of 17 Sept 2020
(Open for Participants of 12th Africa CemenTrade Summit)


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- Visit 3 mil tpa grinding plant, packing plant and truck loading station


Itinerary - 17 Sept, Thursday

13:15 Assemble at Hotel Lobby 
13:30 Depart from Radisson Blu Hotel Abidjan Airport 
14:00 Arrive at Cim Ivoire & host briefing
14:20 Visit 3 mil tpa grinding plant, packing plant and truck loading station
15:45 Q&A and refreshment
16:15 Depart to hotel
16:50 Arrive at hotel
   

Testimonials from 11th Africa Cementrade Summit 2019, Morocco

“Interesting presentations and good networking opportunity” – VICAT

“Interesting people, very useful conference” – CimIvoire

“Constructive atmosphere, competent clientele, inspiring presentations” – Gebr Pfeiffer

“Africa Cementrade conference is a platform that gives you all the updates in the cement industry and also provides opportunity to meet all players in one room” – FLSmidth

“Great networking and learning opportunity helping in current business” – Ultratech Cement

“Great gathering for African cement industry” – Minetech Global

“Very nice and useful information throughout the program” – ABB

“Eye opening, must attend” – Savannah Cement

“Great experience with CMT” – spa Biskria Ciment

 
Be a Sponsor or Exhibitor!

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.

Exhibition / catalogue display can be arranged upon request. 

For Sponsor
please contact fiona@cmtsp.com.sg or (65) 6346 9138

For Exhibition
please contact grace@cmtsp.com.sg or (65) 6346 9147 

 
 

News Feed

Nigeria’s Abia Cement signs MoU with Russian, Czech Companies for New Cement Plant

Posted on : 10 Mar, 2020

 
Nigeria’s cement producer - Abia Cement has signed a memorandum of understanding with two Russian (Drobmash and Energomotor) and one Czech company (PSP Engineering) for a new cement plant in Nigeria.
 
The new cement plant will have an annual capacity of 2 million tonnes.
 
To be built in the province of Abia in the south of Nigeria, the cement facility will get equipment from Russia and the Czech Republic.
 
Abia Cement is also expected to receive an export loan from Russia's Roseximbank for the construction of the plant.
 
For the latest updates on Africa’s cement production capacity, attend CMT’s 12th Africa CemenTrade Summit in Abidjan, Cote D'Ivoire.
 
Email Grace at grace@cmtsp.com.sg or call +65 6346 9147 for more details.
 

Cmikri to build new cement plant in Kribi industrial port complex

Posted on : 25 Nov, 2019

 
Cameroon’s cement producer Cimenterie industrielle de Kribi (Cmikri) has signed an MoU with Chinese consortium China National Building Material Co. Sinoma/Afcham for a new cement plant to be built in the Kribi industrial port complex.
 
The annual distribution capacity of the new plant is expected to be 500,000 tons, which will be extensible to 1.5 million tons.
 
Expected to start construction in August 2020, the plant is likely to start production by February 2022.
 
To be built at a cost of $60 million (close to XAF35.5 billion), the cement plant has already got an approved plot inside the 30 ha Kribi port.
 
The plant requires an 18,000 tons silo for clinker and another of 4,000 tons for cement as well as sanitary and electrical installations.
 
The project is supported by the Investment Promotion Agency, the Port of Kribi and the Ministry of Mines.
 
Apart from Cmikri, Cameroon’s Engineering construction manufacturing and trading is planning to build a 500,000 tons cement plant in Kribi.
 
For the latest updates on Africa’s cement production capacity, attend CMT’s 12th Africa CemenTrade Summit in Abidjan, Cote D'Ivoire.
 
Email Grace at grace@cmtsp.com.sg or call +65 6346 9147 for more details.