Present in Mauritius since 1953, the UBP Group is nowadays the market leader for building materials. Under the leadership of Mr Stéphane Ulcoq, the Group has always been a growing concern and today runs eight production and sales units and two depots at strategic points throughout the island. The Group also runs a production and sales unit in Rodrigues, Sri Lanka and in Madagascar.
The group has five stores Espace Maison at Tamarin, Trianon, Forbach, Flacq and Gros Cailloux.
In 2004, the Group acquired La Compagnie de Gros Cailloux Ltée, situated at Petite Rivière. The company’s main activities are sugarcane growing and a nursery on a total land area of 435 hectares.
Dry Mixed Products Ltd
In March 2010, the company increases its shareholding in Dry-Mixed Products Ltd from 20% to 51%, a company whose activity consists of the manufacturing and sales of ready-to-use dry mortar.
The new concrete Block 20.15 is the latest innovative product of UBP, a block that will satisfy the masons and builders. This concrete block owes its name mainly for its dimensions and enables to remove the formwork as well as facilitates the laying of concrete blocks.
The new Ecoblock made with polystyrene material provides a better thermal and acoustic insulation of your home. By offering a more pleasant, heat and sound proof environment, UBP innovates each day for your comfort.
Committed and always innovating, UBP is proud to announce the launch of its new product the Light Block.
Resistant, light with an excellent value for money, the Light Block is available as from now on all our sales sites.
U block and the Corner block
The U Block and the Corner Block
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