Poised to mitigate scarcity, Dangote Cement Plc has assured of product availability, while deepening its market equity and penetration.
Nigeria’s cement giant said a combined output from the Dangote Cement factories in Obajana, Gboko, Ibese, and Okpella will help allay concerns about product availability in some quarters.
This is coming as Dangote Cement Plc sustains its position as a leading contributor to Nigeria’s economy with a tax charge of N173.93 billion for the financial year ended 31st December 2021. According to the cement group’s audited results released on the portal of the Nigerian Exchange Ltd (NGX), the tax charge represents an increase of 78.7 percent over N97.24 billion in 2020.
Group Sales and Marketing Director Rabiu Abdullahi Umar said cement supply is being steadied to meet the demand of Nigerians.
The company, he said, has committed billions of naira social interventions across the country, making it Nigeria’s biggest donor.
Speaking at a sales conference in Abuja, Mr. Abdullahi said the company was desirous of meeting and surpassing the demands of Nigerians and at the same time making a profit for the company.
He also added that the Corporate Social Responsibility program of the Dangote Cement Plc is huge and insurmountable by any company in the country.
According to him, the company will not relent in its strategic plans despite incidences of insecurity in the Northern part of the country, especially.
Speaking at the conference, National Sales Director, Funmi Sani urged the team to exhibit honesty, dedication, and commitment to duties and responsibilities for the image of the Company and benefit of end-users
Head, Route to Market, Mr. Olukayode Akin Bamidele, said all hands are on deck to surmount the challenges along the value chain.
The Regional Director, Northcentral Mr. Bankole George said he will commit to the key focus of deliverables; smart sales tactics and enabling environment to enable the team to succeed in their activities.
Dangote Cement is a subsidiary of Dangote Industries Limited, a diversified and fully integrated conglomerate as well as a leading brand across Africa in businesses such as cement, sugar, salt, beverages, and real estate, with new multi-billion-dollar projects underway in the oil and gas, petrochemical, fertilizer and agricultural sectors.