About Lafarge South Africa


Lafarge South Africa

Lafarge South Africa, a member of the LafargeHolcim group, manufactures and supplies cement, aggregates, readymixed concrete and fly ash. The company has been proudly South African since 1998, employing well over 2 000 employees. 

Lafarge South Africa focuses on providing solutions to help the sustainable development of better cities that benefit the country's people. Through having a strong presence in all of its business lines, it is in a unique position to contribute to urban construction, while also helping to build better cities, rural towns and villages.     




As the new leader in the building materials industry, LafargeHolcim has the assets necessary to address the challenges of a new world. With a local presence in 90 countries, the most innovative cement, concrete, and aggregates solutions to meet our customers' needs, and a commitment to health, safety, and sustainability, we have the most efficient business model and the best performing operating models and teams.


Key facts and figures about LafargeHolcim

  • 90 countries
  • 100,000 employees
  • CHF 29.5 bn in net sales
  • 374.0 mt of installed capacity worldwide
  • More than 2,500 plants (including over 1,600 in ready mix concrete, over 600 in aggregates, over 180 in cement, and 70 grinding plants)
  • Our solutions and services: cement, concrete, and aggregate solutions for the following businesses: buildings, infrastructure, distribution, oil and gas, affordable housing, and construction systems
  • Founded in 2015 following the merger of Lafarge and Holcim



Leading innovation to sustainable construction

Innovation is the cornerstone of the Lafarge Business and has a dual goal of creating added value for customers and inventing more socially responsible lifestyles for the future of the planet.




Preserving life and resources

A commitment to sustainable development has guided Lafarge's actions for several years. The attention paid to employees, environmental protection, respect for local communities and social responsibility are the foundations of long-term growth.