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Ohorongo’s investment to meet future demand in Namibia

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World Cement,


In July 2015, Ohorongo announced that it was investing N$150 million into a new Composite Cement Plant in Namibia, 5 years after the inception of its first plant. This will allow Ohorongo to produce double the entire demand of Namibia, and still absorb additional export volumes. It will also allow Ohorongo to produce various other types of consistently high quality cement, thereby differentiating itself from other manufacturers and catering for the need of its customers, particularly regarding bigger projects.

The additional extension of the Composite Cement Plant is to be completed in early 2016. With the expected further growth of the Namibian economy, Ohorongo has ensured that it has the necessary production capacity to sustainably meet cement demand in Namibia in the future.


Edited from source by  Source: Ohorongo Cement

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/africa-middle-east/26102015/ohorongo-investment-to-meet-future-demand-in-namibia-845/

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