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Lafarge Africa launches Supafix

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Lafarge Africa plc, a subsidiary of LafargeHolcim, has launched a ready-to-use tile adhesive, Supafix, into the Nigerian market.

The adhesive is a cementitious tile adhesive that is made of cement, aggregates, and organic and inorganic additives, and it is certified by the Standard Organisation of Nigeria. The product is designed for the placing of ceramic tiles, flooring and walling applications, and indoor coating solutions. Quality tiling reinforces buildings, but also enhances the aesthetics of construction projects. The introduction of Supafix into the Nigerian market is in line with Lafarge’s Strategy 2022 – Building for Growth, which aims to drive profitable growth and simplify the business, to deliver resilient returns and attractive value to stakeholders.

“We launched Supafix because we have a unique understanding of our customers’ needs,” said Jumoke Adegunle, Head of Mortar at Lafarge Africa. “With our access to best-in-class, innovative solutions from across the LafargeHolcim group worldwide, we were able to identify and introduce the right tiling adhesive that will satisfy the needs of our local customers. For 60 years, Lafarge Africa has been at the forefront of technological advancement in the Nigerian construction sector. Our global presence and research centre in Lyon, France, allows us to share best practices and create innovative solutions that deliver. The Supafix tile adhesive is one of such solutions.”

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/africa-middle-east/24062019/lafarge-africa-launches-supafix/

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