Brikor Limited

Brikor, which listed on the AltX in August 2007, is a diverse manufacturer and supplier of building and construction materials across a broad spectrum of the market from low-cost housing, residential to commercial, industrial, civil engineering and infrastructure projects and has an aggregates segment, bricks segment and a coal segment through its subsidiary, Ilangabi Investments 12 (Pty) Ltd.
Brikor has various manufacturing plants in Gauteng. The two clay brick manufacturing plants, located in Nigel, have production capacities in excess of 155 million bricks per annum. These plants mainly produce semi-face clay bricks for the construction industry.
 

Donkerhoek

The Donkerhoek plant produces aggregates of a wide variety of sizes and technical specifications with products including stone, gravel and sand for large and small-scale civil engineering and infrastructure projects. Donkerhoek has a production capacity of between 400 and 500 thousand tonnes of aggregates per annum.
 

Ilangabi

Ilangabi, which owns clay and coal reserves, is owned by the Brikor Limited Group which manufactures clay bricks. The location of the clay and coal reserves in close proximity to Brikor’s clay brick manufacturing plants gives Brikor the advantage of being self-sufficient in the supply of raw materials. The clay overlaying the coal deposit at Ilangabi’s Vlakfontein Mine is stripped and stockpiled for future use in the clay brick manufacturing process.  The coal mined at Vlakfontein is used to ignite the kilns in which the clay bricks are fired.

Group Profile


Brikor, which listed on the AltX in August 2007, is a diverse manufacturer and supplier of building and construction materials across a broad spectrum of the market from low-cost housing, residential to commercial, industrial, civil engineering and infrastructure projects and has an aggregates segment, bricks segment and a coal segment through its subsidiary, Ilangabi Investments 12 (Pty) Ltd. Brikor has various manufacturing plants in Gauteng.

The two clay brick manufacturing plants, located in Nigel, have production capacities in excess of 155 million bricks per annum. These plants mainly produce semi-face clay bricks for the construction industry.

The Donkerhoek plant produces aggregates of a wide variety of sizes and technical specifications with products including stone, gravel and sand for large and small-scale civil engineering and infrastructure projects. Donkerhoek has a production capacity of between 400 and 500 thousand tonnes of aggregates per annum.

The group, through Ilangabi Investments 12 (Pty) Ltd, has a mining capacity of approximately 0,8 million tonnes of clay and 0,7 million tonnes of coal per annum. The group’s impact on the community is further enhanced through the employment of 712 staff members as at 29 February 2016.
 

Our Business Model


Value creation in Brikor’s business model is vested in its control over quality and input costs of raw materials and firing products (coal used in burning of kilns).

Brikor’s competitive advantage is strengthened through its access to clay and coal reserves. Mining cost per tonne is significantly reduced as clay, which has an economic value, is overlaying the coal deposit. The clay is stripped and stockpiled for future use. The location of the clay and coal reserves in close proximity to the clay brick manufacturing plants further enhances the group’s positioning.

Donkerhoek is located east of Pretoria, approximately 10km from the urban fringe. The advantage of being strategically located on the natural growth path of Pretoria, renders the Donkerhoek plant the opportunity to deliver aggregates to sites at a more competitive price. Delivery costs are a significant component of the price of aggregates.



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