Cement manufacturing company, CIMAF Ghana Limited has announced the introduction of newly improved cement grade, 42.5R B-L, to its line of products.
This adds to the existing 42.5R, 42.5N and 32.5R high-quality grades produced by CIMAF which is located at the Free Zones Enclave in Tema in the Greater Accra Region.
“This is not just an addition, but a much-needed grade to give users every needed grade for every stage within the construction ladder of any project, with the same hallmark of quality to make sure that consumers get the best out of the standard within every grade bracket,” General Manager, Bennis Mohammed said at ceremony to award loyal customers for the year 2019.
The event took place at the Marriott International Hotel, Airport, Accra on January 24, 2020.
He said CIMAF, which launched operations in the country three years ago, has fast become the preferred brand for those in the construction sector.
He further said that the addition of another higher grade stems from the belief of the company that Ghanaians in the construction industry deserve better.
Management of CIMAF
The company apart from selling high-quality cement of all grades in Ghana has also been organising various training programmes for people in the construction industry in the country.
Area Director of CIMAF, Naciri Mohammed, said they were proud of the achievements the company has chalked in the country over the past three years.
“We at CIMAF Africa believe in the building of a stronger Africa by Africans, a vision that with your support we can achieve. We believe if the foundation on which we are building is strong, then we are assured that the generation unborn will build on.
“Ghana is that great pillar for the successful West African drive…We hope your continuous support and patronage will keep this dream alive,” he added.
Cimaf also operates factories in Burkina Faso, Cote D’Ivoire, Cameroon, Burkina Faso, Congo Brazaville, Guinea Bissau, Gabon, Mauritania, Mali and Chad.
Several of the company’s clients and suppliers, including Nana K Gyasi, Daavi Bless, KK Peprah and over 30 others, were rewarded for their loyalty and contributions which have helped in taking the CIMAF brand to higher heights.
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