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First Whitestone Machinery

First Whitestone Machinery Nigeria Limited is an organization that is created out of the vision to transform the construction/Mining and developmental landscape of Nigeria and Africa. First Whitestone in partnership with Dem Group, Belgium is poised to provide affordable genuine spare parts for technological construction/mining equipment in the Nigerian territory.

The government is encouraging foreign companies to establish their manufacturing plants through its various programs. In 2014, the government launched Nigeria Industrial Revolution Plan (NIPR) to increase the number of jobs and diversify the country's economy. In the same year, National Enterprise Development Program (NEDEP) was launched by the government to provide business support services and access to finance for small and medium manufacturers. In this vein, First Whitestone Machinery Nigeria Limited has keyed into the initiative to provide expertise in terms of machinery and spare support from its strategic Partner-Dem Group, Belgium.


The construction industry globally is often perceived to be the life wire of its respective economy as it cuts across all aspects of human activities and the Nigerian construction industry is not an exception to this. Its contribution ranges from enabling the procurement of goods and services to the provision of buildings and other infrastructure, thereby providing employment opportunities to its labour force while contributing immensely to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Population growth, coupled with urbanization, is continuously increasing the demand for quality and affordable housing, which will support the growth of the residential construction market over the forecast period. According to the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA), the country’s total population increased by 11.8%, from 164.2 million in 2011 to 183.5 million in 2015, and is expected to reach 210.2 million by 2020. The country’s urban population increased by 20.4%, from 72.8 million in 2011 to 87.7 million in 2015, and is expected to reach 108.7 million by 2020.

The economic resources often wasted in cost and time over runs, substandard work and shoddy workmanship, client-contractor-practitioner’s acrimonious relationships and non-performance of projects as envisaged by clients and end users.


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