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Southern Africa Readymix Association (SARMA)
SARMA is a voluntary industry organisation that represents manufacturers, suppliers and stakeholders in the readymix concrete industry.
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today18 Jan 2016
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Readymix concrete keeps growing

The use of readymix concrete is growing in leaps and bounds as the Southern Africa Readymix Association (Sarma) continues its drive to make accredited readymix concrete the building material of choice. This year the large-scale uptake of readymix concrete by construction firms, municipalities, roads authorities and other role players has led to a massive increase in concrete suppliers seeking memberships with the Southern Africa Readymix Association (Sarma), as they apply for accreditation from the highly respected industry body.
today20 Jul 2015

SARMA on the 2015 Readymix Conference

Modern readymix concrete can be produced to give engineers and architects almost limitless strength characteristics, while simultaneous developments in decorative concrete are now providing designers with the ability to make any concrete structure look spectacular.
today29 Jun 2015

Readymix concrete conference

South Africa’s construction industry professionals should attend the two-day Readymix Conference by Sarma 2015 to explore new products, equipment and techniques that are pushing the boundaries of construction and changing the way that structures are built.
today24 Mar 2015

SARMA sharpens its audit criteria

Concrete manufacturers belonging to the Southern Africa Readymix Association (SARMA) will have to pass tougher audit criteria this year in order to maintain their good standing with the association and meet tighter controls in line with international standards.
today12 Jun 2015

Insuring against faulty concrete

A specialist indemnity insurance policy has recently been introduced to insure readymix concrete suppliers against claims arising by clients or third parties in the event of concrete failures.