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BUA Group in the news
    • BUA’s Obu Cement, CCNN set to merge as BUA Group consolidates entire Cement business… …announces completion date for new $450million Kalambaina II Plant bringing total capacity to 11million mtpa

      Corporate Communications. -

      In its bid to deepen the Nigerian capital market and enhance the growth of the cement industry, BUA Group, one of Africa’s largest conglomerates, today, announced the consolidation of its cement business comprising the publicly listed 2million Mtpa Cement Company of Northern Nigeria Plc (CCNN) and 6million mtpa Obu Cement Company Plc. This disclosure was made in a filing to regulators. BUA also announced that its newest 3million metric tonnes cement plant which it started constructing in 2018 – the $450million dollars Sokoto Kalambaina II plant, is scheduled for completion in H2, 2020. With the consolidation and addition of the Sokoto Kalambaina II plant, this will bring BUA Cement’s total installed capacity across all its cement holdings to 11 million MTPA.

    • BUA Group announced as Main Sponsor of 2020 Africa CEO Forum -

      Corporate Communications. -

      BUA Group, one of Africa’s leading foods, mining and infrastructure conglomerates has been announced as the main sponsor of the 2020 edition of Africa’s largest private sector Forum, the Africa CEO Forum holding in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire in March 2020. This was revealed during a joint press conference between BUA Group, the Africa CEO Forum and the Jeune Afrique Media Group held at the BUA HQ in Lagos, Nigeria to announce the partnership. In attendance were the Group Chief Operating Officer, BUA Group, Chimaobi Madukwe and the Founder/President of the Africa CEO Forum, Amir Ben Yahmed and senior executives from both organizations.

    • BUA Targets Eight Million Metric Tonnes of Cement

      The Punch -

      The expansion drive of BUA Cement, which commenced last year, will be completed in 2018, the Executive Chairman/Chief Executive Officer, BUA Group, Abdulsamad Rabiu, has said...

    • CCNN Posts N13bn Sales In 2015

      Leadership NG -

      Cement Company of Northern Nigeria (CCNN) Plc recorded a turnover of N13.04 billion in 2015 as the company braced the tough macro-economic and industry environment to deliver a resilient performance.

    • BUA, Chinese firm plan N374bn steel, cement plants

      Punch -

      BUA Group, has resumed discussions with a Chinese firm, Sinoma International Engineering Company, on plans to construct a steel plant in Nigeria and two cement factories in East Africa.

    • Kudos for CCNN

      ThisDay -

      Shareholders have passed a vote of confidence on the board and management of the Cement Company of Northern Nigeria (CCNN) Plc for improving the fortunes of the company in the last one year.

    • FG, Stakeholders, Community Laud BUA on Investments in Lafiagi Sugar Company

      ThisDay -

      The inter-ministerial National Sugar Roadmap Implementation Committee (SURMIC) of the federal government has commended the management of BUA Group for its recent investments in its Lafiagi Sugar Company, and encouraged the company to sustain the pace of ongoing work at the plantation.

    • BUA Group builds $500m cement plant at Okpella

      Business Day -

      Abuja – An indigenous company, BUA Group, has embarked on the building of a $500 million cement plant at Okpella community in Edo. The plant, when completed, would produce 2.5 million tonnes of cement annually.

    • BUA to build sugar refinery in Kogi

      The Vanguard - April 18, 2013

      BUA Sugar Refinery Company has announced plans to build a sugar refinery in Kogi State, to boost sugar production in Nigeria.

    • FG Begins Backward Integration Policy in Sugar Industry

      ThisDay -

      The Federal Government has commenced the implementation of the Backward Integration Policy (BIP) in the sugar industry with the official signing off on the BIP plans and projects by three major sugar refineries in Nigeria.

  • BUA sugar wins MANCAP award

    DailyTrust -

    BUA Sugar Refinery, a subsidiary of BUA Group over the weekend was awarded the Mandatory Conformity Assessment Programme (MANCAP) award for Quality by Standards Organization of Nigeria-(SON), a statement from BUA has said.

    • BUA Targets Eight Million Metric Tonnes of Cement

      The Punch -

      The expansion drive of BUA Cement, which commenced last year, will be completed in 2018, the Executive Chairman/Chief Executive Officer, BUA Group, Abdulsamad Rabiu, has said...

    • CCNN Posts N13bn Sales In 2015

      Leadership NG -

      Cement Company of Northern Nigeria (CCNN) Plc recorded a turnover of N13.04 billion in 2015 as the company braced the tough macro-economic and industry environment to deliver a resilient performance.

    • BUA, Chinese firm plan N374bn steel, cement plants

      Punch -

      BUA Group, has resumed discussions with a Chinese firm, Sinoma International Engineering Company, on plans to construct a steel plant in Nigeria and two cement factories in East Africa.

    • Kudos for CCNN

      ThisDay -

      Shareholders have passed a vote of confidence on the board and management of the Cement Company of Northern Nigeria (CCNN) Plc for improving the fortunes of the company in the last one year.

    • FG, Stakeholders, Community Laud BUA on Investments in Lafiagi Sugar Company

      ThisDay -

      The inter-ministerial National Sugar Roadmap Implementation Committee (SURMIC) of the federal government has commended the management of BUA Group for its recent investments in its Lafiagi Sugar Company, and encouraged the company to sustain the pace of ongoing work at the plantation.

    • BUA Group builds $500m cement plant at Okpella

      Business Day -

      Abuja – An indigenous company, BUA Group, has embarked on the building of a $500 million cement plant at Okpella community in Edo. The plant, when completed, would produce 2.5 million tonnes of cement annually.

    • BUA to build sugar refinery in Kogi

      The Vanguard - April 18, 2013

      BUA Sugar Refinery Company has announced plans to build a sugar refinery in Kogi State, to boost sugar production in Nigeria.

    • FG Begins Backward Integration Policy in Sugar Industry

      ThisDay -

      The Federal Government has commenced the implementation of the Backward Integration Policy (BIP) in the sugar industry with the official signing off on the BIP plans and projects by three major sugar refineries in Nigeria.

  • BUA sugar wins MANCAP award

    DailyTrust -

    BUA Sugar Refinery, a subsidiary of BUA Group over the weekend was awarded the Mandatory Conformity Assessment Programme (MANCAP) award for Quality by Standards Organization of Nigeria-(SON), a statement from BUA has said.