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Lafarge unveils Nigeria’s first waterproof cement

Lafarge Africa Plc, a leading innovative and sustainable building solutions company, has unveiled the first waterproof cement in Nigeria. Tagged Watershield Cement, Lafarge described the…

Lafarge Africa Plc, a leading innovative and sustainable building solutions company, has unveiled the first waterproof cement in Nigeria.

Tagged Watershield Cement, Lafarge described the cement as a groundbreaking product set to revolutionise the industry, which is a testament to the company’s unwavering commitment to pushing the boundaries of possibility and setting new benchmarks of excellence in the cement manufacturing industry.

The unveiling, which coincided with the Annual Customer Awards Ceremony, held at Lagos Continental, Victoria Island, Lagos, brought together industry leaders, trade partners, and stakeholders and had the theme “Winning with Excellence and Innovation,” underscored the company’s commitment to excellence and innovation in the pursuit of shared goals.

Welcoming the company’s distributors and customers to the award ceremony, GMD/CEO, Lafarge Africa Plc, Lolu Alade-Akinyemi, stated: “The unwavering trade commitment, dedication, and hard work of stakeholders have been instrumental in our success this past year, which has helped navigate challenges, conquered obstacles, and forged ahead, leaving an indelible mark on our shared journey.”

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Commercial Director, Lafarge Africa Plc, Gbenga Onimowo, highlighted the extensive support provided to the trade partners to enable them to operate more efficiently.

While also acknowledging the efforts of the trade partners, Chairman, Lafarge Africa, Prince Adebode Adefioye, encouraged trade partners to continue setting new standards in driving the growth of the company.

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