Cars are seen lined up at every petrol station in Khartoum as delays lasted for hours to obtain petrol. Soldiers were posted at these stations to maintain order. The fuel crisis coupled with the cash inadequacies and power
Our expanding network of partners is a testimony of our capabilities.
Utilizing numerous warehouses in many states in Sudan, a headquarter office in the capital Khartoum, and experienced agents at the exporting port of Sudan we have built an efficient backbone system of warehousing, distribution, and logistics that helps us moves goods fast and efficiently.
Our professional staff possesses deep knowledge and experience in agriculture and business management. Our staff is constantly being trained to adopt the latest and most innovative technologies and tools to help satisfy our customers.
We are active and present in local and international shows and fairs. We are always reaching out to our customers and partners abroad through trips and visit, active communication and feedback. We are not just selling crops we are building long term relationships with them.
Our vast knowledge of Sudan’s agricultural sector was the impetus to create the company with the goal of focusing on exporting high-quality agricultural crops to various countries around the world. Utilizing numerous warehouses in many states in Sudan, a headquarter office in the capital Khartoum, and experienced agents at the exporting port of Sudan we have built an efficient backbone system of warehousing, distribution, and logistics. We designed our entire processes to reflect the highest international quality standards. We want our customers to have peace of mind when they are dealing with us.Discover
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Large sums of cash have been discovered in the incumbent ex-president of Sudan Omar al-Bashir’s house, and according to the information provided by the prosecutors, Omar al-Bashir is being currently investigated for suspected crimes of money laundering. The
The US government has eased sanctions against Sudan in a major step towards normalizing relations with a designated terrorism sponsor whose leader has been indicted on war crimes charges. The move is a milestone in the rehabilitation of