We are a leading Foods and Infrastructure conglomerate in Nigeria with diversified investments spanning across key business sectors of the Nigerian economy. Our headquarters is located in Lagos, Nigeria.
Our Services ranges from Infrastructure and Food
BUA Group possesses a strong capability in cement manufacturing with 3 major subsidiaries and plants in Northern and Southern Nigeria. The Group’s plants have the capacity to provide various grades of cement as required in the local Nigeria markets and meet the highest standard of cement manufacturing.
BUA Group, through its subsidiary, BUA Ports & Terminals, is a concessionaire of Terminal ‘B’ of the Nigerian Ports Authority (Rivers Port), in Rivers State, Nigeria. This concession was done to improve port logistics efficiency and was obtained through a highly competitive bidding process under the Public Enterprise (Privatization & Commercialization) Act No. 28 of 1999.
Steel is critical to the development of any nation. With an annual local steel consumption of about 4 million tons mostly imported, Nigeria does not operate a single integrated steel mill.
Through our subsidiary, BUA Iron & Steel Ltd, plans are in place to establish a 1million tonnes/annum state-of-art steel plant utilizing locally sourced iron ore, natural gas and limestone. BUA Group has therefore secured an exploration license for Iron Ore in Kogi State, Central Nigeria.
To meet the growing demands for real estate in Nigeria, BUA Group’s real estate portfolio includes various residential, commercial and mixed – use developments in major Nigerian cities. A few projects under BUA Estates include (but are not limited to these):
Flour is one of the staple foods contributing to the development of Nigeria. Currently, the shares of wheat flour for bread, semolina, pasta and others, are estimated at 60 percent, 20 percent,10 percent, and 10 percent, respectively.
The base raw material for bread flour, confectionery flour and noodle flour, semolina, and pasta production is wheat, and 99 percent of the 5.67 million metric tons is imported. BUA IRS Flour has established a state-of-the-art plant in Port Harcourt, Nigeria to cater for the growing needs of its population. The market is expected to grow annually by 6.7% (Compound annual growth rate CAGR 2020-2025).
All the sugar and allied investments of BUA Group are set up to take advantage of the entire sugar production value chain. These include investments in sugar estates as well as refining capabilities.
In 2001, BUA Group acquired Nigeria Oil Mills Ltd. which was established in 1951. With two main facilities (Nigeria Oil Mills, Kano & BUA Oil Mills, Lagos), the company produces oil from groundnut and cotton seeds and also produces animal feeds and soap.
BUA Oil Mills, established in 2008, produces high quality products including palm olein, stearin, Distilled Fatty Acid (DFA) amongst others.
A staple food buoyed by strong domestic demand, BUA Group currently operates a mill in Kano as well as a rice plantation in Kano, Nigeria. The Group also operates a robust out-growers Scheme targeting about 100,000 rice farmers in Kano and Jigawa States, Nigeria.