HeidelbergCement sells business in Sierra Leone
Published by Emily Thomas,
HeidelbergCement has signed an agreement to sell its subsidiary Sierra Leone Cement Corporation Ltd. (Leocem) to the Diamond Cement Group. HeidelbergCement holds 50% of the shares in the company and has full management responsibility.
The sale includes a cement grinding plant with two grinding mills. The plant is located in Sierra Leone’s capital Freetown and has a capacity of approximately 500 000 tpy.
The divestment is part of HeidelbergCement’s ongoing portfolio optimisation and margin improvement programme within its ‘Beyond 2020’ strategy. In West Africa, HeidelbergCement will continue to focus on its core markets in Ghana, Liberia, Togo, Burkina Faso, Benin, and Gambia.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/africa-middle-east/01122021/heidelbergcement-sells-business-in-sierra-leone/
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