Cement Manufacturing Plant, Edo-State, Nigeria - AVACEM

This cement factory is positioned to meet the increasing growing demand for cement in Nigeria The company has spent above $166M to take the project to its current 70% completion status, with only 12% debt and 88% equity so far. The project is seeking $140M additional with a 46% ROI or assured long-term returns on private debt. The new fund will be used for completion of upgraded EPC to operational status, and repayment of the existing domestic debt. The project has greater opportunity to enjoy good market price as pricing of cement in Nigeria market remains at 183% higher than global average during and after COVID-19 lockdown of 2020. Cement sales of major manufacturers shows serious resilience with average growth of +10% year on year at the peak of COVID-19 lockdown June to September 2020 across the market. Domestic consumption forecasted to hit 60 million metric tonnes per annul by 2020, while the current domestic production stands at about 45 million metric tonnes per annul. With 200 million population, increasing demand is fueled by shortage of over 20m-unit of affordable housing, increased uptake of concrete in road building, urbanization, industrialization, and increasing reliance on Nigeria market by neighboring countries.
USD Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Turnover
69,849,000
74,505,595
79,162,200
79,162,200
83,818,800
EBITDA
30,444,452
32,961,386
35,477,820
35,477,820
37,997,255
%
45.86
46.5
47
47
47
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