Lafarge In Zambia

Lafarge Zambia is the leading supplier of building materials and construction solutions provider in Zambia and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), and a subsidiary of Lafarge - the world leader in building materials. Lafarge employs 63,000 people in 61 countries, and posted sales of €12.8 billion in 2014.

Our Partnerships

In 2014, Lafarge Zambia partnered with Brunelli Construction to introduce "Hydromedia" - a sustainable concrete drainage solution as well as Flame Construction Group, to bring the first ever mobile concrete batch plant to the Zambian construction industry, branded as "FlameCrete"

Lafarge Foundation

As part of the Lafarge Group, the global leader in supply of building materials and provider of construction solutions, Lafarge Zambia's Corporate Social Responsibility policy is aligned with the Group's ambition: contributing to building better cities.

Investor relations

Listed on the Lusaka Stock Exchange, Lafarge Zambia Plc is committed to the principles of openness, integrity and accountability. The Board of Directors and employees of Lafarge Zambia strive to ensure that the Company is managed in an efficient, accountable, responsible and moral manner.

Our Products

Mphamvu PowerPlus RoadCem Superset Portland WallCrete

 

Lafarge Zambia produces six brands of cement, along with a range of aggregates. Our cement brands include Mphamvu, our flagship general-purpose cement; SupaSet, for the block maker and concrete product manufacturer segment; Powerplus, used in the heavy construction projects; WallCrete masonry cement and RoadCem, a product designed for the construction of roads and car parks and the recently launched PowerCrete, which is a specially formulated Portland Composite Cement engineered for use in all mining, grouting and concrete works.

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Annual Report

2014 Annual Report

Find out all the key figures on our business, corporate governance and finance, as well as Lafarge Zambia Plc growth drivers and contributions to building better cities.

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