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CIMAF Cement Ghana: A Global Leader in Construction Industry, Says Deputy Minister

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CIMAF Cement Ghana has been commended by the Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, Michael Okyere Baafi, who described the brand as one of the best on the global cement market. Speaking at the launch of CIMAF’s newest product, the CIMAF KANTINKA 52.5N, Mr. Okyere Baafi praised the brand’s high-quality services, infrastructure, and goods, comparing it to the largest cement producers in the world. He urged the management of CIMAF to continue providing high-quality products and services to support the expansion of Ghana’s construction industry and the African continent.

The General Manager of CIMAF, Bennis Mohammed, also highlighted the company’s contribution to the Ghanaian building industry. He expressed his belief that the new CIMAF KANTINKA 52.5N cement will help customers produce the highest-quality construction projects, thanks to its superior quality and durability.

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Joseph Kobina Aboo, the Director of Sales and Marketing at CIMAF Cement, added that the CIMAF KANTINKA 52.5N is the strongest cement in Ghana, making it the ideal choice for individuals in the construction business. He also noted that its high quality and durability would enable buyers to save money on additional cement purchases.

Some customers of CIMAF Cement, including Nana Opare Kwarfo, the Kyidomhene of Aburi Atwiasin and CEO of Jilcom Construction, and Elder Nana K Gyesi, have also attested to the brand’s quality. They encouraged Ghanaians to choose no other cement than CIMAF KANTINKA 52.5N for the construction of their buildings.

For the most part, CIMAF Cement Ghana’s newest product has received praise from industry insiders and customers alike, with its superior quality and strength standing out as key features. As the government forms a working group to address challenges in the trade and industry sector, brands like CIMAF Cement will be essential in driving the growth and development of Ghana’s construction industry.

Source: Ghana Guardian

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