Contact Details
PO Box 6367, Weltevredenpark, 1715
http://www.afrisam.com   |   011 670 5500
Press Office Home Profile Official Website Visit Engineering News

AfriSam News

Afrisam Steps In To Boost Customer Efficiency

10th March 2017 A new initiative by leading cement and construction materials supplier, AfriSam is helping concrete product manufacturers (CPMs) to reduce their costs of production while maintaining quality output. According to Amit Dawneerangen, AfriSam’s national sales manager, the new service is an Efficiency... 

Cement Dust Solutions for Africa

3rd March 2017 Despite the slow economic growth of recent months, infrastructure development continues to fuel the demand for cement in many African countries. However, the cement industry is also responsible for an estimated 5% of the world’s greenhouse gases released into the atmosphere. With sustainability... 

Driving Sustainability Through Energy Efficiency Initiatives

30th January 2017 Judicious energy usage is not just a passing concern, but one which is now a fundamental part of every organisation’s operational philosophy. As pressure mounts to find creative ways of not only preserving non-renewable energy resources but to also find alternative fuel sources, it is critical... 

Rapid Hard For Faster Turnaround Concrete Products

16th January 2017 Giving concrete a minimum strength of 30 MPa in just two days is the key advantage of AfriSam’s Rapid Hard Cement product, allowing concrete product manufacturers (CPMs) quicker turnaround times and confidence from one batch to the next. According to AfriSam national sales manager, Amit... 
More News

Latest News by Engineering News

South Africa plans emergency steel tariff from July – WTO

South Africa is proposing to put emergency "safeguard" tariffs on imports of certain flat hot-rolled steel products from July, it said in a filing published by the World Trade Organisation on Thursday. The tariff would be in place for three years, and fall from 12% in the first year to 10% in... 

Fuel price to rise next week

The Department of Energy has confirmed that the price of petrol in Gauteng will increase by 49c per litre on May 3. This is due to the international product prices of petrol increasing during the recent period, as well as the rand having depreciated against the US dollar. 
More Latest News