Cemtech Live Webinar: Global Cement Market Update – Africa

Global Cement Market Update Africa - Cemtech Live Webinar

Global Cement Market Update – Africa
Date: Wednesday, 3 June
Time: 14.00hrs London
Register for free: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/7015900892678/WN_zHJ7OyB0T2O0m1guF-jAGg

In this next edition of the hugely-popular Cemtech Live Webinar series, we turn to Africa to examine recent cement sector trends in the south, east and west of the continent. We will look at how the economies and construction sectors of the region have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The webinar will also consider how the industry is performing and provide an outlook for 2020.

The session will have a special focus on the Senegal, Cote D'Ivoire, Nigeria, Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique and South African markets.

Register now to hear from our panel of experts and African cement industry executives, who have a wealth of experience in the region.

What's going on in sub-Saharan Africa's cement sector? Tony Hadley, former regional president of Blue Circle and Lafarge Cement
Tony Hadley is a specialist in cement strategy, management, operations and performance optimisation. He runs a consulting company advising on Africa and cement. He also provides advice to selected companies on cement, M&A, strategy, organisation and performance, with a specific focus on running successful businesses in Africa. He has been involved in the sector for almost 20 years, initially as Regional President of Blue Circle Cement and Lafarge, and then as CEO of Dangote Cement.
Cement industry update for Cote D'Ivoire and Mozambique: Erkam Kacakerim, CEO of Limak Afrika SA (Cote D'Ivoire) and board member of Limak Cimentos SA (Mozambique)
Mr Kacakerim has 15 years of experience in the cement sector, particularly in the areas of R&D, business development, investment management, project financing and growth strategy in Turkey and overseas countries. He led four greenfield and seven brownfield investment projects between 2011-20, with a capex size of more than USD1bn in Turkey and sub-Saharan Africa.