Dangote Cement introduces ‘tarpaulin concept’
Published by Joseph Green,
Multiple sources are reporting that as part of strategies to make its products affordable on the Ghanaian market, Dangote Cement is introducing the ‘tarpaulin concept’ of trading in cement into the country.
Dangote Cement Ghana Limited has embarked on an exercise to distribute one thousand tarpaulins to its cement distributors across the country.
The move is also aimed at reducing the high cost of putting up or renting office space which is required to trade in cement.
To ensure the technology takes off successfully, Dangote Cement is taking delivery of over 1000 tarpaulins for distribution to its cement distributors across the country.
With the technology, all one is required to do is get a platform on which to put the cement then use the tarpaulins to cover and secure them against theft and rain.
Already, the cost of office space in the cities and towns is very high and this concept, which has been embraced by the distributors, is expected to bring a lot of relief to the cement distributors.
Edited from sources by Joseph Green. Sources: Graphic Online, Ghana Business News
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/africa-middle-east/20092016/dangote-cement-introduces-tarpaulin-concept-ghana-295/
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