PCI Africa has a very long history dating back to the 1870s from the Candy Filter Company. It has been through various ownership structures and in 2005, the company was sold to Paterson Candy International (SA) (Pty) Limited to a management consortium who have run the business since the early 1990s. The Company trades as PCI Africa Worldwide.
PCI Africa is based in Gauteng, South Africa, from where it provides its Africa services and also services to European and Asian clients. The company’s regional experience covers a broad process capability across the water, wastewater and industrial treatment sectors. It has a Nigeria office at B13 Falamo Shopping Centre, Ikoyi, Lagos. The contacts are Mr Cletus Azih at +234 (0)803 918 6280 and Mr Farouq Umar Bello at +234 (0)803 646 0090 and emails firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
Nampak is Africa’s leading diversified packaging manufacturer, which has been listed on the JSE since 1969. It operates from 18 sites in South Africa, which contribute about 67% to group revenue. Its 16 sites in the rest of Africa contribute about 33%. The company entered the Nigerian market in the early 2000s, supporting British American Tobacco’s cigarette business with its cartons and labels division. It later opened a carton making factory there, which was sold in 2019. The company has diversified into industrial and household goods segments. In 2014, it acquired the Alucan beverage can plant in Nigeria,