Lafarge - Cement, concrete and aggregates
Lafarge Egypt, a member of LafargeHolcim Group, is a key player in the construction materials industry. With its plant located in Suez Governorate, the company provides products and solutions that are essential in creating the structures that shape our landscape today.
Cement | Lafarge - Cement, concrete, aggregates and gypsum
Lafarge is one of the leading cement producers in Egypt. Through its state of the art plant in Sokhna, Lafarge Cement Egypt has 5 production lines, thus making it one of the largest plants globally. The plant produces a wide range of high quality cement for local market consumption and exports.
LafargeHolcim: Building materials, cement, aggregates & concrete
LafargeHolcim is the leading global building products & solutions company serving masons, builders, architects & engineers worldwide. Our cement, aggregates & ready-mix concrete are used in a wide range of building projects.
Cement Plants located in Egypt - The Global Cement Report
Cement Plant Location Information for Egypt. Cement plant locations and information on Egypt can be found below. For full access to the database, purchase The Global Cement Report™, 12th Edition.
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Lafarge Building Materials Holding, Egypt S.A.E.: Private ...
Company Overview. Lafarge Building Materials Holding, Egypt S.A.E., through its subsidiaries, produces and exports cement internationally. The company also produces and distributes ready mix ...
North Africa - Regional cement focus
In Egypt, this came to a total of 10.2Mt/yr from Orascom's subsidiary Egyptian Cement Company, which is now known as Lafarge Cement Egypt (LCE). 29. The El Ain El Sokhna plant operated by LCE is one of the largest in the world and has undergone major expansion in its short production life.
Contacts - Lafarge in South Africa - Cement, concrete, aggregates
Lafarge: Building Better Cities. In 2050, 70% of the world population will live in cities, twice as many as there were in 1970. Whether large, medium or small, whether in mature or emerging countries, cities are central to the challenges facing the planet.
Lafarge (company) - Wikipedia
In 1864 Lafarge signed its first international contract for the delivery of 110,000 tonnes of lime to the Suez Canal construction project. In 1980 Lafarge joined with the Belgian coal, coke and fertilizer company Coppée to become SA Lafarge Coppée. Lafarge purchased a plant from the National Gypsum in early 1987.
Careers | LafargeHolcim.com
Careers It is an exciting time to work in the building materials sector. The world is facing a process of rapid urbanization accompanied by increased pressure on strategic resources such as water, raw materials, and energy.