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CBMI awarded two contracts by LafargeHolcim Group

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On 8 December 2016, CBMI Construction Company signed two contracts with LafargeHolcim Group in Uganda's capital Kampala. The contracts were for a Kenyan 1 million tpy and Ugandan 800 000 tpy cement grinding station.

Kenya NAI Project is an investment by Bamburi Cement Company, a joint venture of the LH group in Kenya. Uganda TOR Project is an investment by Hima Cement Company, a joint venture of the LH group in Uganda.

Attendees of the signing ceremony were the CEO of Bamburi Cement Company Bruno Pescheux, the CEO of Hima Cement Company Daniel Pettersson, the Regional Manager of CBMI Li Ming, the Deputy Director of Marketing Department Yang Zhi, the Account Manager Wei Guang, the Commercial Manager Hong Yanping, the Kenya Project Manager Zhou Liang, the Uganda Project Manager Ma Jingwei.

Kenya NAI and Uganda TOR are brand new cement grinding stations, with scope from clinker feeding to cement packing and shipping. These contracts will come into force after signatures, the owners’ receiving of Guarantees and CBMI’s receiving of the advance payments. Contract periods are 17.5 months after contracts coming into force to complete industrial tests, and 19 months to reach PAC.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/africa-middle-east/14122016/cbmi-awarded-two-contracts-by-lafargeholcim-group/

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