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Government urged to use online platform for cement purchases

15 April 2020, Published under Cement News

The Andhra Pradesh government has been urged to use ‘YSR Nirman’, a new online platform designed to help various state departments procure cement for important government infrastructure works. Thumma Vijaya Kumar Reddy, commissioner, said the government proposed to supply cement at a reduced price to the departments in need. The system reportedly helps to reduce the waiting time of buyers and increases accountability and transparency in the process. It will also help producers produce ce...

LafargeHolcim’s Bélier cement now available via Jumia

03 October 2019, Published under Cement News

LafargeHolcim’s Bélier cement is now available in Côte d’Ivoire on Jumia, the Nigeria-based E-commerce company. LafargeHolcim opened its online shop on the platform three months ago in addition to more than 200 points of sale through its Binastore franchises. "Individuals can now proceed with their purchase by mobile money, credit card or cash on delivery," says the cement producer.

Cemex launches online store

08 June 2018, Published under Cement News

Cemex has launched the Construrama online store for construction materials to enable fast and simple order placement, according to a press release. “Cemex’s launch of the Construrama Online Store builds on our efforts to transform the construction industry into a more efficient model: Our clients will now enjoy easy access to a wider catalog of products and be able to select, purchase and follow up on their online order, generating significant savings in productivity for our Construrama ne...

Dangote Cement to begin selling products on Jumia

04 December 2017, Published under Cement News

Dangote Cement will begin selling its products on the e-commerce platform, Jumia. This is an attempt establish a secure platform for customers to purchase products, thereby avoiding fake vendors who claim to be selling Dangote products at a cheaper price, according to The Nation.  "A bag of cement on the platform is only NGN2500 and it includes the cost of freighting and offloading to the warehouse of the customers. Convenience and reliability are assured. This will hopefully address onli...