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BUA Group possesses a strong capacity in cement manufacturing with 3 major subsidiaries and plants in Northern and Southern Nigeria as well as a 2 million metric tonnes per annum floating terminal serving niche markets. The Group also holds a stake in Damnaz Cement Company Ltd which is the Majority Shareholder in Cement Company of Northern Nigeria.

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  • Our History Bua Cement Bua Cement

    BUA Cement was incorporated in 2008 and commenced operations in the same year through its floating cement terminals, BUA Cement 1, designed specifically for bulk and bag cement unloading. 2009 In 2009 BUA Group acquired the Cement Company of Northern Nigeria, CCNN Sokoto Cement and the Edo Cement Company to boost and increase the metric

  • Bua Cement Group

    BUA Obu Cement Plant, Okpella, Edo State, Nigeria View Details . BUA Obu Cement Plant, Okpella, Edo State, Nigeria View Details . BUA Obu Cement Plant, Okpella, Edo State, Nigeria View Details . CCNN Kalambaina Cement Plant, Kalambaina, Sokoto State, Nigeria View Details .

  • Bua Cement Group

    BUA indirectly owns a 97.03 stake in CCNN through BUA Cement, Damnaz, BUA International and Alhaji Abdulsamad Rabiu. Obu Cement is owned by Alhaji Abdulsamad Rabiu and Alhaji Isiaka Rabiu. BUA is the majority shareholder in the merging entities.

  • Bua Cement Group

    1993 BUA Group through its holdings in Damnaz Cement Company Ltd becomes a majority shareholder in Cement Company of Northern Nigeria CCNN. 2015 BUA Group commences plans to build a new plant of 1.5million MT capacity in Kalambaina, Sokoto.

  • Bua Cement Ultramodern Cement Company

    BUA Cement, Nigerias second largest cement company, has announced revenues of N175.52billion in its just released Full year results for the 2019 Financial Year on the Nigerian Stock Exchange. The

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    Stay Updated with BUA Cement. Subscribe to our email list to get the latest news about BUA Cement. Facebook Twitter Instagram Linkedin Youtube. Your Name Your Email Comment. Subscribe. About Us. Our History. Leadership. Company Profile. Operations. Edo Plant. Sokoto Plant. Products. Investors. Financial Report. Presentations.

  • Abdulsamad Rabiu Forbes

    Abdulsamad Rabiu is the founder of BUA Group, a Nigerian conglomerate active in cement production, sugar refining and real estate. In early January 2020, Rabiu merged his privatelyowned Obu

  • Sokoto Plant Bua Cement Bua Cement

    BUA Cement, Sokoto. CCNN Kalambaina Cement Complex Book a Tour . Edo Plant

  • Bua Cement Delights Shareholders With N61bn Profit

    BUA Cement operates strategically from Okpella, Edo State and Kalambaina, Sokoto State and is committed to quality a differentiating attribute, driven by its people, innovation and technology and positioned to solving Nigeria and Africas challenges while driving economic growth and development.

  • Management Team Bua Group Limited

    BUA Group is a top producer of foods and infrastructure in Nigeria. Sectors include sugar, flour, pasta, edible oils, rice, cement, steel, real estate, ports, terminals

  • 2020 Bua Cement

    BUA Cement, Nigerias second largest cement company, has announced revenues of N175.52billion in its just released Full year results for the 2019 Financial Year on the Nigerian Stock Exchange. The companys Profit Before Tax PBT also increased by 69.1 from N39.17 billion in 2018 to N66.24 billion in 2019. BUA Cement Plc in its current

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    BUA CEMENT BUA Group possesses a strong capacity in cement manufacturing with 3 major subsidiaries and plants in Northern and Southern Nigeria as well as a 2 million metric tonnes per annum floating terminal serving niche markets. The Group also holds a stake in Damnaz Cement Company Ltd which is the Majority Shareholder in Cement Company of

  • Bua Cement Archives The Guardian Nigeria News Nigeria

    To address building collapse in Nigeria, BUA Cement, a subsidiary of BUA Group has enlightened block and concrete makers on how to apply the right mix of cement with other components to ensure

  • Bua Cement Wikipedia

    BUA Cement PLC is a publicly listed firm headquartered in Nigeria, it produces and markets cement products in the country. It is the second largest producer in Nigeria after Dangote company was formed through the consolidation of the cement interest of the BUA Group, promoters of Obu Cement Company and the Kalambaina Company majority owned Cement Company of Northern Nigeria.

  • Cement Bua Group

    BUA indirectly owns a 97.03 stake in CCNN through BUA Cement, Damnaz, BUA International and Alhaji Abdulsamad Rabiu. Obu Cement is owned by Alhaji Abdulsamad Rabiu and Alhaji Isiaka Rabiu. 15. BUA is the majority shareholder in the merging entities.

  • Starting A Cement Distribution Company Sample Business

    Do you want to become a distributor for cement producers like Dangote, BUA, IBETO, LAFARGE WAPCO, CCNN, etc If you answered YES to any of the above questions, then pay attention to the content on this page, as I walk you through the steps to starting your own cement distribution business that generates millions of Naira monthly

  • Cement Contact Bua Group

    BUA Group is a top producer of foods and infrastructure in Nigeria. Sectors include sugar, flour, pasta, edible oils, rice, cement, steel, real estate, ports, terminals

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    BUA Group is a top producer of foods and infrastructure in Nigeria. Sectors include sugar, flour, pasta, edible oils, rice, cement, steel, real estate, ports, terminals

  • Cement Bua Group

    BUA Group possesses a strong capacity in cement manufacturing with 3 major subsidiaries and plants in Northern and Southern Nigeria as well as a 2 million metric tonnes per annum floating terminal serving niche markets. The Group also holds a stake in Damnaz Cement Company Ltd which is the Majority Shareholder in Cement Company of Northern Nigeria.

  • Bua Cement Jobs In Nigeria May 2020 Myjobmag

    BUA Cement incorporated in 2008 and commenced operations in September company owns and operates Nigerias first floating cement terminal, the BUA Cement 1, which is designed specifically for bulk and bag unloading for BUA International Limited. The vessel is 200 metres long and has a storage capacity of 40,000 MT.

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