SepCem is the first new entrant into the South African cement market since 1934 and comprises four components:
- Aganang integrated plant consists of a limestone quarry, a clinker production as well as cement milling plant;
- Delmas milling plant which started production of cement in January 2014;
- Sephaku Ash acquires and removes waste ash from the coal-burning process at Kendal Power Station. The ash produced by this plant is currently being used as a cement extender at Delmas; and Limestone exploration which focuses on developing the resource pipeline.
Métier was acquired by SepHold on 28 February 2013 and is a supplier of ready-mixed concrete and related products. Métier is renowned as a specialist in the manufacture of premium high value concrete products that are customised to meet unique customer requirements.
Dangote is Africa’s leading cement producer with three plants in Nigeria and plans to expand into 13 other African countries. Dangote is a fully integrated quarry-to-customer producer with production capacity of 20,25 million tonnes in Nigeria and new operations beginning to come on-stream across the rest of sub-Saharan Africa. Dangote plans to have around 60 million tonnes of production, grinding and import capacity in sub-Saharan Africa by 2016.
Dangote was listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange in October 2010.