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November, 2011 Dangote Group (Integrated Cement Plant in Senegal)

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1 November, 2011 Dangote Group (Integrated Cement Plant in Senegal)

2 Our Evolution 2 Started as a trading company in 1978 to take advantage of the rising demand for various commodities Abolition of import licensing regime, led to increase in scope of operations Became a leading bulk trader of various commodities Transformed from a bulk commodity trading company to a manufacturing concern via an import substitution strategy along the Groups traditional business lines. DIL incorporated as the vehicle for executing growth strategy Developed brand equity for products. Acquisition of strategic assets Expansion of existing capacities Prudent management/ strategy of reinvesting funds Improved business process and structure to align with the Groups business vision A massive conglomerate with annual group revenue of US$1.6bn(FY06) Spin off of Sugar, Flour, Salt and Pasta divisions to wholly owned subsidiaries Successful IPO and listing of Sugar, Flour and Salt businesses Commissioned the largest cement plant in sub- Saharan Africa – Obajana Plant (5MMtpa) Diversification into Oil & Gas, Steel, Fertilizer, Telecoms and Petrochemicals Domestic expansion to ensure strong presence along the food value chain Strong asset base and brand equity Improved business processes, governance and organizational structure Consolidation of Cement interests & listing of DC PLC Expansion of Cement footprint in Nigeria and across Africa The Early Days Growth Sustenance + Expansion Expansion + Group Restructuring Diversification, Expansion + Consolidation Transition Phase Date – 2000

3 Rapidly Expanding our Cement Footprint 3

4 Dangote Industries Senegal, S.A. 4

5 65 Kms EAST OF DAKAR Dangote Industries Senegal, S.A. 5

6 The Cement Plant Annual Production capacity: 1.5m tons per annum; Investment budget: $350m Direct jobs created: 500+ Indirect jobs: Markets: Senegal, Mali, Guinea and Gambia Cement Production tpd 6

7 Raw Materials Limestone and Laterite from Pout Mines Clay & Gypsum from other Mines Power Coal Based Power Plant -Boilers (rated capacity 2 x 65 TPH) -Turbine (rated power – 1 x 30MW) The Cement Plant………………..contd 7

8 Major Equipment Suppliers GORE USA CDI, USA –(OLBC Belt) VENTI OLDE – Germany FLENDER – Germany AUMUND – Germany LOESCHE – Germany SINOMA, CHINA H&B, Germany IBAU Germany CATERPILLAR, USA TEREX, UK GE, USA Thyssen – Germany IKN – Germany Pillard – France Siemens – Germany Claudius Peter- Germany 8

9 Key Milestones Clinker Production- Q Cement Production- Q

10 Uniquely Positioned for Success State of the Art Technology Robo Lab Cross belt Analyzer On line Stack Monitoring for Dust Emissions Wear Resistance & Free Flow Liners for Hoppers Preheater top cyclone diptubes with vortex design High efficient heat recovery cooler High efficiency process fans Bucket Elevators For Feeding Multi Channel Burner Pipe High Efficiency Separator Latest Technology of Smart MCC for easy operation, online monitoring of Drives etc On Line Energy monitoring system Latest PCS -7 & S PLC Model Microprocessor Based Individual Control Systems For Various Small Packages. Smart Temp/ Flow/ Pressure Transmitters. Kiln Shell Scanner Burning Zone and Cooler Cameras 10

11 Uniquely Positioned for Success contd High Quality Manpower – Technical and Non- Technical Subsidiary of DC Plc – arguably the fastest growing cement company in the world Estimated Limestone Reserves – 300 Million Tons (150 yrs reserves) 11

12 Plant View After Project Completion. 12

13 Je vous remercie de votre attention 13


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