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Visit the new websites of the Mauricim and Ciments et Matériaux du Mali brands

4 November 2020

Modernization of the Group’s websites is an ongoing concern: now, the Mauricim and Ciments et Matériaux du Mali (CMM) brands have their own digital window to the world.

The Vicat group’s digital transformation has taken another step forward with the launch of digital storefronts for our subsidiaries Mauricim and Ciments et Matériaux du Mali.

The modern, user-friendly websites are compatible with all screens to help promote the brand image of Mauricim and Ciments et Matériaux du Mali with customers and local partners.


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