Cement manufacturer CIMAF Cement Ghana Limited has recognised and rewarded its customers whose hard work and efforts have helped to promote growth of the company’s products and brand in the country at an awards and dinner event held in Accra.
The event was the company’s way of showing appreciation to its cherished customers and distributors, aside from providing the platform for networking and bonding toward the coming year and beyond.
The occasion was also to mark two years of the company’s operations on the domestic market, a period that has seen CIMAF Cement become a household name within the construction and real estate space.
A total of 17 companies were rewarded on the night from three categories comprising national, regional and promising awardees. They each received a plaque, citation and bags of cement.
They include Nana K. Gyasi Company Limited; K. Ofori Enterprise Limited; Estaaron Ventures; and Prikwak Ventures in the national category.
Regional winners were: Williben Enterprise, Daavi Bless Enterprise, Aspet ‘A’ and Onokwafo Building for the Ashanti, Greater Accra, Brong Ahafo and Eastern & Volta Regions respectively.
The rest were K. Nyame Builders for the Western & Central regions; Anutaba for the Upper East Region; and Jacob 78 for Upper West Region.
The awardees for the promising category were St. Joseph’s Services Limited; K.K. Peprah Company Limited; Agyamens 09 Company Limited; Alpha Apollo Limited; Dobans Bee Enterprise; and Gladys Great Provider.
Area Director for CIMAF, Mr. Naciri Mohammed, commended the customers and distributors as well as government and other players within the building space for their immense support over the last two years.
He assured the public and its customers that the company will continue to produce quality standard cement to support the country’s building and construction sector.
He said: “CIMAF appreciates your support in our few years of operations in Ghana. We will continue to take the strictest international, environmental as well as quality standards to produce the best for the continent”.
CIMAF’s Director of Sales and Marketing, Joseph Kobina Aboo, in his remarks said the company will continue to produce quality cement to serve the current and future generations, and applauded management, customers and industry stakeholders for their continuous support.
Minister for Works and Housing, Samuel Atta Akyea, expressed appreciation to CIMAF for promoting quality within the building and real estate sector with its top quality cement products.
He said government will partner top brands such as CIMAF in its quest to bridge the country’s housing deficit.
“As a ministry, we will continue to support and provide the needed assistance that will ensure their smooth operation in the country,” he added.