Al-Araby Group, Al-Barbari pen deal to build factories in Sudan

Al Barbari Company to establish factories to produce household and electrical appliances in Sudan

  
A truck drives in front of factory chimneys on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt October 30, 2018.

A truck drives in front of factory chimneys on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt October 30, 2018.

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ArabFinance: Al-Araby Group signed an agreement of industrial technical cooperation with the Sudanese company Al-Barbari to manufacture and market household and electrical appliances in the sister state of Sudan, the company said in a recent statement.

The deal was signed in the presence of Ibrahim Sheikh Abdul Rahman, Sudanese Minister of Industry, Mohammed Mahmoud Al Araby, CEO of Al Araby Group, and Mahmoud Kamel Al Barbari, Chairman of al-Barbari Company, in addition to a number of public and government divs in the state of Sudan.

Al Araby Group has high manufacturing expertise in the field of home and electronic devices, which has been reinforced by cooperation with major international companies such as Sharp, Toshiba, Sony of Japan, Hoover and Germania, Italy.

Al Araby said that the company’s strategy is to expand trade in the world markets through exporting and manufacturing processes, explaining that it was agreed with Al Barbari Company to establish factories to produce household and electrical appliances in Sudan.

He further noted that the step represents vital importance to meet the wishes of customers and their confidence in Al-Araby products in the state of Sudan and the rest of Africa.

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