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Roofings Ltd

Roofings Limited
Tel: +256312340100/211  Fax: +256414200952/3  Mobile:  +256772744109
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Location: Plot 126 Lubowa Estate Entebbe Road
Address: P.O BOX 7196 Kampala
Contact Person: Mr. Oliver Lalani, Executive Director
Products/Services :Steel Manufacturing and PVC pipes
Category/Categories: large scale
Unique selling point: Both Local and export
Remarks: Dealers in quality steel and pvc /HDPE Manufacturing for the construction industry

Roofings Group, a number one quality steel manufacturer to supply over 350,000 metric tons per annum to both local and export market within the region. Situated about 6km outside Kampala city centre on Plot 126 Entebbe Road, Lubowa.

RRM-Phase III project needs all our possible support to make targets achievable. Let us continue to join hands, work together and achieve the best possible product in the whole of Africa.

Roofings Group: Steel producers call for EAC standards to boost quality
Steel manufacturers have requested for a robust quality assurance system by way of adopting regional standards in the sector.Speaking during the East African Community secretary general, Dr Richard Sezibera’s tour of the company, Roofings Group chairman Sikander Lalani said: “We request the region to put in place a robust quality assurance system by way of adopting regional standards in the steel sector as well as putting in place a level playing field in tax administration.”He said a level playing field will help to harmonise the tax administration among the member states in order to reduce the cost of doing business.Mr Lalani told the secretary general various issues that must be addressed at the regional level in order to boost the growth of the steel sector.Among them is an increase in the EAC Common External Tariff (CET) on galvanised wire to 25 per cent in the region in order to protect the local producers. Read more
Roofing Group: Lalani set for Leaders’ forum
An open forum like this one will always encourage entrepreneurship. Pooling leaders from all sectors into an open discussion will bring up a lot of new ideas on leadership. In this way, we can learn from each other by sharing our stories, our way of positioning our businesses in a way that ensures sustainability even in tough economic circumstances. What I believe is that with good people and the right vision, no situation can be to challenging to overcome as long as we utilise the available resources effectively. The speakers and invited panelists invited all seem to have a lot of experience, it will be great for the participants to learn from people of that ilk who have hands-on experience, and who have succeeded in ‘riding the wave’ rather than being negatively affected by it. Read more
Roofing Group:Steel manufacturer says power surges caused Shs3b losses
Steel manufacturer, Roofings Group, has said it has lost equipment worth of $1.2 million (Shs3.1 billion) over the last 10 months due to power surges.The Group technical director, Mr Sheikh Arif, said he believes the surges were caused by lightning strikes to electrical sub-stations, which distribute power to businesses and homes, as well as old equipment at the sub stations.Another likely cause of the unstable power, according to the manufacturer, may be the erratic use of electricity, such as turning large motors on and off abruptly by neighbouring factories in the Namanve Industrial Area, he said.“It is not power cuts, it is the power spikes,” Mr Arif said, clarifying the alleged source of his company’s losses to reporters and parliamentarians at the Namanve factory.Read more
SOP: Promote Uganda’s industries, says Kadaga
The Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga has rallied leaders at all levels to promote the country’s local industries across the East Africa Region.Kadaga who was visiting the Roofings Industries complex in Namanve industrial Park expressed concern over the lack of adequate knowledge on the capacity of some of Uganda’s leading local industries.“There is need for interaction with several political stakeholders to appreciate the company’s investment in the industrial park. It is our responsibility as leaders to help companies market their products in the region. This is a big investment and i assure you of all the support from government,” Speaker Kadaga said.She also expressed appreciation for the Company’s efforts aimed at curbing the country’s unemployment problem.Read more
Roofings asks government for iron ore mining licence
Roofings Rolling Mills has asked the government to grant it a licence to enable it venture into iron ore mining as it seeks to cut down on the import bill of the raw materials used in steel manufacturing. Roofings Group chairman Sikander Lalani said a mining licence will enable the steel manufacturer to produce sponge iron for use in its factory and also supply other steel manufacturers in the East Africa region, whose demand is more than a million tonnes annually. Read more