Lafarge South Africa, the local presence of the international Lafarge Group, the world leader in building materials, is proud to be the recipient of Diamond Arrow and Golden Arrow 2014 PMR Awards.
The company has been successful in achieving marketplace differentiation through its strategy of innovation. Backed by the Group’s technical strength, the company provides the construction industry with innovative product and service solutions in line with the Group’s brand baseline of ‘Building better cities’.
The company’s Diamond Arrow Award-winning Readymix team was the highest rated in its category. In 2013, it launched its Efficient Building Systems (EBS), which focuses on efficient, more productive construction methodologies, while meeting society’s need for more durable and beautiful concrete structures. EBS products and services provide solutions to meet key criteria for sustainable building: energy efficiency and CO2 performance, affordable fast construction, and unique design. Lafarge Readymix innovations that are transforming building methods include the Agilia™ range of self-compacting concrete and Hydromedia™, Lafarge’s breakthrough porous concrete.
Lafarge South Africa’s cement business line, winner of a Golden Arrow Award, was the first local cement manufacturer to offer a complete range of extended environmentally-friendly cements. It excels at innovation and displaying how the company’s cement team develops solutions for their customers’ needs. The recently launched SupaSet is a remarkable ready-to-use product for quickly setting poles in position. A first of its kind in the local market, SupaSet takes only 10-15 minutes to set.
“We extend our appreciation to the construction industry which rated Lafarge South Africa’s Readymix and Cement business lines so highly in the PMR Awards” says Lafarge South Africa’s Country CEO, Thierry Legrand. “The awards will inspire us to continue using our strength at innovation to achieve even higher levels of customer satisfaction.”
Lafarge South Africa also demonstrates active concern for the conservation of the country’s wildlife heritage and is a major supporter of the world’s first dedicated baby rhino orphanage in Limpopo Province.
Additional information is available on the website at www.lafarge.co.za
More information from Charlene Lamb, Tel: +27(0)11 657 0000 or [email protected]