How To Become Lafarge Distributor in Nigeria (Requirements).

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Become Lafarge Distributor in Nigeria – Lafarge Holcim, innovation and sustainability is at the heart of everything they do. Lafarge is aligned with Group’s vision and are playing  part in contributing to a world that works for people and the planet – a world that is GREENER, SMARTER and that works FOR ALL.

Lafarge Graduate Trainee Salary

Shaping a world that is GREENER, Lafarge committed to a net zero future, and through Lafarge Geocycle Business they recycle waste from different sectors in a safe, sustainable and environmentally friendly manner.

Shaping a world that is SMARTER, Lafarge leveraging innovation and digital, as well as pioneering new technologies to serve distributors and customers better and optimize processes.

Shaping a world that works FOR ALL, they embarked on transformational projects in the areas of Education, Infrastructure, Health & Safety, as well as other initiatives to empower people within  host communities where they operate.

On the frequent search for  Lafarge distributors in  Nigeria (Lagos, Ogun, Oyo, Ondo, Ekiti, Kwara, Osun, Edo,  Delta etc.),   Lafarge is looking for who have what it takes to be a prospective distributor anywhere in Nigeria. Before we go into details on how to be a Lafarge distributor in Nigeria, see Lafarge product list below:

Lafarge Products and Solutions Nigeria

Lafarge Nigeria has three operating plants in South Western Nigeria, one in Sagamu and two in Ewekoro all in Ogun State. The product list includes five brands:

  • Elephant Cement

Elephant Cement is a general purpose cement and a multi-use product suitable for majority of the applications.

  • Supaset

Supaset, a fast-setting and rapid strength gaining cement specifically designed for the needs of the block-makers.

  • Powermax

Powermax, a high strength cement for the sophisticated contractor segment.

  • Etex

Etex, a high performance cement designed to the customer’s specification for tile manufacturing.

  • SRC

SRC, a sulphate resistant cement for coastal construction.

How To Become Lafarge Distributor in Nigeria.

The first requirement to become Lafarge distributor in Nigeria start from financial requirements of N100-N200 million startup working capital and it is also depend on location.

The basic requirements are:

  • Financial requirements of N100-N200 million startup working capital depending on location.
  • A sound business or trading acumen.
  • Knowledge of the cement market.
  • A high sense of integrity and show willingness to work within company policy.
  • New entrant from but not limited to (FMCG business, Distribution business, correlative industry).
  • A growth mindset, flexible and adaptable to change.
  • Secondary redistribution trucks for cement distribution within assigned territory.
  • Office infrastructure and warehousing facility.
  • Personnel.

Do you have all basic requirements above or is your interest spiked already? If yes, waste no more time and proceed to send an email to the official Lafarge enquires-commercial-ng@lafargeholcim.com with the documents below:

  • Company profile including contact details.
  • Photocopies of certificate of incorporation, including particulars of Directors.
  • Statement of Financial Net worth.
  • Application letter indicating location(s) of interest and working capital commitment.

Please call Lafarge for more information  09062990823, 01-2713990, 07080635100 or 0800.


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