Cement prices reduced in Malawi

Amid reduction in some input costs, especially petroleums, the Cement Products Limited (CPL) has reduced prices of cement .

Cement prices slashed
Cement prices slashed
Kwacha: Stable
Kwacha: Stable

According to the new price structure, the decrease means Nkope will be selling at K4 660 from K5 666 while Njati will be going at K5 825 from K6 056.

CPL chairperson Aslam Gaffer attributed the reduction to the the global trends in oil prices, which affects the cost of local fuel.

“Transport costs largely determine the cost price of our products, but now that fuel prices are lower, we resorted to decrease the price of our products.

“We have also seen the appreciation of the kwacha, which has made a positive impact on our imports,” Gaffer said.

The construction industry has welcomed the news.

Although, the cement industry has taken the lead in reducing the prices but the same should be followed by other industries as well; it will help construction industry to reduce the burden on consumers of high material cost.

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Alex
Alex
6 years ago

Thanks my Malawi

Ishmael Chitanganya
Ishmael Chitanganya
6 years ago

Nkhani yaboooooooo

Ishmael Chitanganya
Ishmael Chitanganya
6 years ago

That’s very good endeed were realy appriciate hopefuly the projects will going easier

Antchona
Antchona
6 years ago

Cement remains very expensive in malawi dont cheat yourselves. Even at those prices it remains expensive in comparison to other countries in the sadc region

NKHOMA
NKHOMA
6 years ago

What about Larfage products?

Yesaya Dziko
Yesaya Dziko
6 years ago

Good news, how about Lafarge?

shaaaa!
shaaaa!
6 years ago

TIGURA NDITHU,NYUMBA SITINATHE KUMANGA KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

Wanex banda
Wanex banda
6 years ago

Timange nyumba tsopano

Eugenio Macheso
6 years ago

Mukusitsa cement mmenewaziwa kuti kuli njala? Musakasitsa mbuyomu bwanji popezanso nthawi zina fuel amasika. Azigula ma company omwewo.

Nelson
Nelson
6 years ago

That’s good news ndimaliziretu ka project kanga asanasinthe maganizo amwene uyu ndi malawi sapanganika.

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