Lafarge Malaysia Berhad, an investment holding company, manufactures and sells cement, ready-mixed concrete, and other related building materials primarily in Malaysia and Singapore. It operates through Cement, and Aggregates and Concrete segments. The company offers ordinary Portland cement, oil well cement, green label cement, versatile masonry cement, high sulphate resisting cement, Portland pulverised-fuel ash cement, and Portland blast furnace cement under the Mascrete LH, Mascrete Pro, Blue Circle, Phoenix, Rumah, and Walcrete brands. It also provides drymix products, such as skim coats, tile adhesives, flooring mortars, and premixed plasters under the QuickMix brand name, as well as LDSB signature product under the QuickPlast brand name; and conventional standard, structural, and decorative concrete products under the Agilia, Hydromedia, Artevia, and UltraSeries brands. In addition, the company offers aggregates that are used in various concrete mixes; and road materials, as well as blended aggregates for use in the road, paving, brick, and block industries. Further, it produces clinker; trades in cement, other building materials, and aggregates and related products; ships bulk cements and charters vessels; manages and operates jetty; and provides accounting shared and management consulting services. The company was formerly known as Lafarge Malayan Cement Berhad and changed its name to Lafarge Malaysia Berhad in May 2013. Lafarge Malaysia Berhad was incorporated in 1950 and is based in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia. Lafarge Malaysia Berhad operates as a subsidiary of Associated International Cement Limited.
lafarge malaysia bhd (LMC:Kuala Lumpur)
Bangunan TH Uptown 3
3, Jalan SS21/39
Petaling Jaya, 47400
Phone: 60 3 7723 8200
Fax: 60 3 7722 4100www.lafarge.com.my
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