WG Wearne Ltd (WEAJ)

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WG Wearne Ltd Company Profile

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WG Wearne Limited, together with its subsidiaries, provides building material solutions to the building and construction industry in South Africa. The company offers aggregates and ready-mix concrete. Its aggregate products include sub base materials, concrete stone, road stone, dump rock, ballast stone, crusher sand, river sand, pit/building sand, plaster sand, builders mix, ultra-thin friction course aggregates, crusher dust, gabion stone, G1 - G7, and washed crusher sand. The company’s ready-mix concrete products comprise self-levelling, self-compacting, colored, no fines, accelerated set, air entrained, fiber reinforced, pumping, extended workability and reduced slump loss, high strength, low cost, and high density concrete products, as well as screeds and mortars. It also provides mobile crushing and screening services; and laboratory services to ready-mix plants and quarries. The company was founded in 1910 and is headquartered in Randburg, South Africa.
Contact Information
300 Acacia Road Cresta Randburg,2195 South Africa
27 11 459 4500
27 11 478 5481

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