List of companies and cities in Africa that manufacture cement

Countries

Angola

Benin

Burundi

  • Bugarama[4]
  • Burundi Cement Company - (BUCECO)...

Botswana

Burkina Faso

Cameroon

Central African Republic

Republic of the Congo (Congo Brazzaville)

Democratic Republic of Congo (Congo Kinshasa)

Côte d'Ivoire

Djibouti

  • Djibouti Cement SARL under construction, other import of 150,000MTPA for local consumption

Egypt

Egypt is one of the greatest cement producers all over the world and the leading country in the middle East,Africa, and the Arabian Region with a total production capacity of 50 million tons of cement.

  • Italcementi Group, Cairo; 5 plants, 3 business units; Suez Cement Plant,Qattamya Cement Plant, Tourah Cement Plant, Helwan Cement Plant, and the white Plant on Al Minya.

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  • Egyptian Cement Company recently became Lafarge Cement Egypt with a total production capacity of about 10 million tons of cement coming from five lines designed and manufactured by POLYSIUS FRANCE, LCE arranged as the second plant all over the world on the cement production.
  • Sinai White Cement Portland.
  • Misr-Beni Suef.
  • Misr-Quena.
  • CEMEX (Assiut Cement Company) .
  • El Ammriya Cement Company.
  • Titan Cement Company with two plants, one located in Alexandria and another in Beni-Suef.
  • Al Arabia for cement.
  • Al Sweedy for Cement.
  • South-Valley for Cement.
  • The National Cement Company.
  • Arabian Cement Company.

Eritrea

Ethiopia

Ethiopia has 20 cement factories which produce mainly OPC and PPC cement. Two other cement factories are in the pipeline. As of 2017, production capacity in Ethiopian, according to the Ethiopian Reporter,[12] has increased to 15 million metric tons per annum (MMTPA), but local consumption is only 6 MMTPA.

Equatorial Guinea

  • Malabo - Cement Works COMERCIAL OKOMAR, S.A.

Gabon

Ghana

"Ghacem" is same as "Ghana Cement", and does not have 97% market share anymore because Buipe plant has been built, and is not really a subsidiary of Scancem, because Scancem is owned by Heidelberg Cement, and has two plants in Ghana : one in Tema, which was upgraded in November 2012 from 1.2 million tons per year to 2.2 Mton/year, and one in Sekondi-Takoradi which can produce 1.2 Mton/year.[19]

Guinea

  • Onigbolo Cement Company[20]
  • CIMAF Cement Works, Conakry
  • Diamond Cement Guinea S.A [(Kagbelen)]

Kenya

Liberia

Libya

Malawi

Mali

Mauritania

Mauritius

Morocco

  • Total production capacity is 19 million tons in 2017.[28]

Casablanca-Settat region

Tanger-Tetouan-Al Hoceima region

Fès-Meknès region

Marrakesh-Safi region

Oriental region

Béni Mellal-Khénifra region

Souss-Massa region

Laâyoune-Sakia El Hamra region

Rabat-Salé-Kénitra region

Mozambique

Namibia

Niger

  • Niamey - SNC - SOCIÉTÉ NIGÉRIENNE DE CIMENTERIE

Nigeria

  • Bauchi-Gwana Cement, Alkaeri L.G.A. Bauchi (subsidiary of Cretent Intl)
  • BUA Cement, Obu, Okpella, Edo State Former Edo cement, near Benin City
    • BUA Cement, Kalambaina Sokoto State. Commissioned July 2018
  • Cement Company of Northern Nigeria, also known as Sokoto Cement, with 6 offices in northern states[36]
  • Dangote Cement[37]
    • Benue Cement Company (now under Dangote group)
    • Obajana cement factory (Dangote group), Obajana, Kogi State
    • Obajana cement factory (Dangote group), Ibeshe, Ogun state
  • Lafarge[38]
  • Nigerian Cement[41]

Rwanda

  • Rwanda Cement Factory (CIMERWA)[42]

Senegal

Sierra Leone

South Africa

- Hercules (Pretoria) - Jupiter (Johannesburg) - Dwaalboom - Slurry - De Hoek - Riebeeck West - Port Elizabeth - Saldanha (Slag Grinding Only)

  • Sephaku Cement

- Aganang (Lichtenburg) - Delmas (Grinding Station)

  • Lafarge Cement

- Lichtenburg - Randfontein (Grinding Station) - Richards Bay (Grinding Station)

  • AfriSam

- Dudfield (Lichtenburg) - Ulco (Kimberly) - Roodepoort (Grinding Station) - Vanderbijlpark (Slag Grinding & Blending Station) - Brakpan (Blending Station)

  • NPC Cimpor

- Simuma - Coedmore - Newcastle (Slag grinding and cement blending plant)

Sudan

  • Aslan Cement Factory[48] - rail junction - river in Khartoum Region
  • Rabak - rail junction - river
  • Atbara[49] - rail junction - river in atbara Region
  • Proposed 2008[50]

Tanzania

Togo

Tunisia

  • Benzert privatized in 1997[54]
  • La société des Ciments Artificiels Tunisiens « CAT » part of Italian group «COLACEM », based in Tunis
  • La société des Ciments de Jbel Oust « CJO » from the Brazilian group « Votorantim Cimentos », based in Jbel Oust
  • La société des Ciments d'Enfidha « CE » from the Spanish group « UNILAND », based in Enfidha
  • La société des Ciments de Gabès « SCG » from the Portuguese group «SECIL », based in Gabès
  • Carthage Cement built in 2013 by FL Smith with capacity of 6500TPD based in EL Mourouj
  • La SOTACIB, White cement production plant, from the Spanish group « PRASA », based in Tunis

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Uganda

Zambia

Zimbabwe

See also

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