Thursday , October 6 2022

how patisen simulates the continental destiny – – TELES RELAI


It was already established in Cote d 'Ivoire and Nigeria, a Senegalese heavyweight group formed a alliance with Vilmrom to accelerate its development.

This time, that's real. Having once and for all failed to take control of the former Sunnier, which again became Sonacos in 2016, and by the Grands Moulins de Dakar (GMD), Patisen, leader of the Senegalese agro-food industry, has just achieved a good hit in forming a common investment with Singaporean Vilmarom, the world leader in palm oil. In the end, the two partners will have to set up a peanut oil refinery and a flour mill in the future port of Bargny-Sendou. The beginning of the construction of the complex is expected by the end of the year, according to reliable statements Young Africa by Ioussef Omais, founder of Patissen.

Another partnership of the brand-distributor links two players. Recently, the Senegalese company manufactures, under the brand Vilmar, a bubble cube exclusively for the Nigerian market. In turn, Patisen buys its fat for the production of syrups and oils for mayonnaise, chocolate and margarine. "Over the past few days we have produced for them, and the production capacities of our factory are at risk of saturation because it is a very large order. It is a great partnership," rejoices I very often paid to Ioussef Omais.

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This article first appeared on IOUNG AFRICA

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