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Kalambaina Cement to launch second line in July

08 March 2021, Published under Cement News

Nigeria's Kalambaina Cement (BUA Cement) is set to launch its 3Mta second line in July this year, which is expected to increase supply and stabilise the price of cement, according to the company. The plant, based in Sokoto State, is expected to scale-up cement production after commissioning the new line in order to meet the country’s current and projected demand.

New 3Mta line planned for BUA's Kalambaina Cement

07 January 2019, Published under Cement News

Nigeria’s BUA Group has signed another contract with CBMI for the construction of a new 3Mta line at Kalambaina Cement in Sokoto State. The announcement comes soon after a merger between Kalambaina Cement and the Cement Company of Northern Nigeria (CCNN) was given approval last month. Furthermore, the project arrives on the back of the completion of BUA’s 3Mta Obu Cement Line 2 around 90 days ago and the commissioning of its 1.5Mta first line at Kalambaina Cement just seven months ago. A...

Kalambaina Cement to merge with CCNN

30 November 2018, Published under Cement News

BUA Group’s Kalambaina Cement Co has announced it received shareholder approval for a merger with the Cement Company of Northern Nigeria (CCNN). Abdul Samad Rabiu, chairman of the company, has stated that the deal would involve a high technical and complex infusion of the two companies. "This deal signposts shareholder confidence in the value proposition of the CCNN-Kalambaina merger and we are certain that the new entity can compete effectively in the cement industry in Nigeria whilst main...

Nigeria's CCNN and Kalambaina Cement to merge

28 June 2018, Published under Cement News

The Board of Directors of Nigeria’s Cement Co of Northern Nigeria (CCNN) and owners of the 0.5Mta Sokoto cement plant have announced that it has informed the Nigerian Stock Exchange of its proposed merger with BUA-owned Kalambaina Cement Co Ltd, owned and operators of the 1.5Mta Kalambaina plant in Sokoto state, Nigeria. CCNN's Managing Director, Ibrahim Aminu, said the proposed merger would improve the competitiveness of CCNN in its home market and also enable it utilise the more modern p...