The certificate was handed to Ohorongo Cement’s Divisional Production Manager, Jaspis Ndjago, by the NSI CEO, Chie Wasserfall, during the inauguration of the Composite Cement plant and third packaging line.
Wasserfall explained that this certification will allow Ohorongo Cement to enter the Zambian and Botswana market without additional certification and inspections. “Ohorongo Cement will be allowed to use the marks of conformity on the specified cement types. This gives customers and end-users peace of mind whenever purchasing or using the cement on which the NSI mark appears,” she said.
Deputy Minister of Mines and Energy Honorable Kornelia Shilunga who witnessed the event, said this certification provides the industry guidance related to standards compliance. “It also further strengthens our credibility as a nation, that in as much as we invite investors to invest here, that they must produce products that are of world class and quality,” she said.
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