Although abounding in a hand work plentiful and cheap, and having in most of the cases of immense cultivable and fertile surfaces, the African countries remain still dependent from the outside for their supply in primary foodstuffs such as the rice, the sugar, the powdered milk and other food-processing products. With a few exceptions, the basic food of the populations as well in western, central and oriental Africa rest the rice.In Côte d'Ivoire, consumption of this commodity is estimated at over one million tonnes per year.In Niger, where drought is an endemic natural disaster, situations of shortage are frequent. It is the same for all Sahelo-Saharan countries such as BURKINA FASO, MALI, CHAD...etc.For West Africa, Cote d'Ivoire has long played the leading role in the import and distribution of these commodities, with the exception of sugar, whose import remains limited to protect local production. On the other hand, Ghana is very much in demand for sugar to supply its many local alcohol production units.
The market remains dominated by a few Lebanese importers for the most part, which are linked to African wholesalers and distributors. It's a very open and growing market. It benefits from the solicitude of political powers because regular and abundant supply drives the law of supply and demand; prices therefore tend to fall, everything that the public authorities want. The market remains dominated by a few Lebanese importers for the most part, which are linked to African wholesalers and distributors. It's a very open and growing market. It benefits from the solicitude of political powers because regular and abundant supply drives the law of supply and demand; prices therefore tend to fall, everything that the public authorities want…… Indeed, the activities of trade and import-export in our countries are annoyed by several factors the main part of which is the lack of culture and training of the actors of this sector. They are for a great majority of them of the illiterates not been used to the banking payment instruments and to the documentary credits. The cash remains the mode of privileged payment.They hold apparently funds necessary for their transactions but want to see, to affect the goods before dealing. In these conditions, it seems to us essential to be the interface between the supplier and these operators by bringing to them the necessary guarantees.
To do so, it seemed appropriate to us to
1- Establish a company of trade and import-export in the legal form of a SARL in the course of constitution. This company bears the name of Cena group.
2- Negotiating bank guarantees with foreign investors and domiciled in first class banks in Europe and locally.
3- Operate according to the mode of the third detention.
4- The choice of the local bank will be left to the judgement by the investor.
The company CENA GROUPE is created in 2013 by young Ivorians specialized in IMPORT-EXPORT. It operates in the field of iodized salt sales with a qualified and experienced dynamic team. The company CENA GROUPE Sarl is represented by Mr Boko Kouadio François its General Manager.The rigor, quality, speed and efficiency of the company CENA GROUP offer new and important development possibilities that it proposes to make available to its customers and partners for the reconstruction of our beautiful country : Côte d’ivoire.« « To create a business is to create wealth and develop knowledge in order to fight against the impoverishment of the population » » Only investment in entrepreneurship and savings are the guarantee of the fight against poverty
Energetic business trading (CENA GROUPE Sarl) has as main activity the purchase and sale of iodized salt and for secondary activity the import and export of food products and tropical products.
The iodized salt is used in the human, animal food and in industrial use under diverse forms SEE ANNEXES
Technical data sheets butter - powder - cocoa mass SEE ANNEXES
Commercial offer SEE ANNEXES
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