A-Z Petroleum Products Limited was incorporated in Nigeria on the 28th of December 1994 and commenced full operations in 1995, with business interest and activities both in the downstream and upstream sector. We are one of the leading manufacturers and suppliers of various types of petroleum products in the West African Market.
With operational arms in Manufacturing, Trading, Haulage, Gas, Oil Field Services etc. A-Z Petroleum strategy is to achieve sustainable long-term value for customer and growth for its investors, through consistent quality.
As we are moving fast in redefining the oil market, with the present population growth, we are confident in continuously satisfying our clients/users by adding attractive and positive values to our services.
To satisfy the consumer with high quality, value-laden lubricants that meet their needs and expectations.
To be the leading player in the lubricant manufacturing and marketing industry in Nigeria.
Arla Foods amba is an international cooperative based in Viby, Denmark, and the largest producer of dairy products in Scandinavia. Arla Foods was formed as the result of a merger between the Swedish dairy cooperative Arla and the Danish dairy company MD Foods on 17 April 2000.
Arla is the 4th largest dairy company in the world, with major foot prints across several categories such as Cheese, Butter, Milk Powder, UHT, Evaporated Milk and Yogurt. Some of its prominent brands include Arla, Lurpak, Castello, Puck, Apetina, Cocio & Dano
Arla Foods is a dairy cooperative, owned by over 13,500 farmers. Our philosophy of producing natural, healthy and high quality dairy products for consumers dates back to the 1880s
The Arla history dates back to 1881 when the first dairies in Denmark and Sweden were founded.
Over the years many more co-operative daires were founded. After The Second World War there was 1,650 dairies in Denmark only and the number kept growing until the 1960's when the first ideas of creating nation wide dairies was suggested. From then on mergers and acquisitions among dairies was part of the daily life in both Denmark and Sweden.
In year 2000 the Danish MD Foods and the Swedish Arla ekonomisk Förening decided to merge. This was the first large cross national merger in the Nordic dairy industry - only to see many more come after.
Landmarks in Arla history from 2000 and forward:
2004 Arla acquired National Cheese Company in Canada, and become a producer and distributor of cheese in all Canada.
2005 Arla and the Chinese dairy company China Mengniu Company started a partnership in producing milk powder for the Chinese market.
2006 Arla bought the American cheese speciality dairy White Clover in Wisconsin, USA.
2006 Arla bought the privately owned Dairy, Tholstrup Cheese, adding the Castello brand to the Arla brand history.2006 Arla announced the purchase of the privately owned Finnish dairy Ingman Foods Oy Ab.
2007 Merger between Arla and Express Dairies in the UK. The merger creates the UK's leading supplier of dairy products under the name of Arla Foods UK plc.
2007 Arla Foods establishes new joint venture with Artis in Russia creating the new Russian company Arla Foods Artis LCC.
2009 Arla bought the Dutch dairy Friesland Fresh Foods in Nijkerk, changing it's name to Arla Foods BV.
2010 Shareholders of Westbury Dairies Ltd announced joint venture with Arla Foods UK plc.
2011 Merger between Arla and Hansa-Milch eG from Germany, 670 active German farmers became cooperative owners of Arla Foods a.m.b.a.
2011 EU’s competition authorities gave the go-ahead for Arla Foods’ acquisition of Allgäuland-Käsereien in Southern Germany.
2012 Arla merged with the German dairy company Milch-union Hocheifel MUH, and British Milk Link. The mergers meant that Arla Foods grew from 8,024 co-operative owners in Denmark, Sweden and Germany to 12,300 co-operative owners in Denmark, Sweden, Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg and the UK.
2012 Arla signed agreements with China’s leading dairy company China Mengniu Dairy Company Ltd. and with the leading food and beverage company in China, COFCO Corporation.
CHI Limited is a part of the Coca Cola Company. Incorporated in 1980, CHI Limited primarily caters to the needs of health conscious Nigerian customers, for high quality and healthy fruit drinks, fruit juices, dairy products and snacks.
An ISO 22000 certified company, CHI Limited’s world class, state of the art manufacturing facility deploys the most advanced processing and packaging technology available anywhere in the world. The company also dedicates resources to research and development to ensure that CHI products provide the essential vitamins and nutrients that the consumer requires for healthy living. This is why the “House of CHI” logo is now widely regarded as a symbol of unquestionable quality.
CHI Limited has established footprints in urban and rural Nigeria with large number of depot operations across the nation. The company is also one of the few Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) companies flying the Nigerian flag across Africa with quality exports that are competing favourably with brands from the rest of the world.
The passion for excellence and commitment for sustainable development is exemplified by the significant investment of CHI Limited in manufacturing and other related infrastructure projects. Thus, CHI Limited provides direct employment to over 2,500 employees and indirect employment to an estimated 50,000 people throughout its value chain.
PROFILE- HOUSE OF CHI | JUICE | DAIRY | SNACKS
CHI Limited is one of the most admired companies in the Food & Beverages industry in Nigeria. It offers products that are themselves benchmarks in their respective categories of Juice, Dairy and Snacks. Today, CHI Limited is the undisputed market leader in fruit juices, fruit drinks and yoghurts in Nigeria. Its products are in compliance with the International Industry Standards thereby making it a consumer favourite Brand.
In the Juice Nectar Still Drinks (JNSD) category, CHI Limited has mega brands such as CHIVITA 100%, CHIVITA Active, CHI Exotic, Happy Hour by Chivita, CHIVITA Ice Tea & Capri-Sun.
CHI Limited also takes great pride in its range of dairy products, which include Hollandia Yoghurt, Hollandia Evaporated Milk, Hollandia UHT Milk, Hollandia Soya Milk, CHI Fit and Smart Fruit Milk Drink, to name a few.
Its range of snack foods includes SuperBite Premium Beef Sausage Roll, SuperBite Peppy, Beefie Beef Roll, Beefie Meat Pie, HungryMan’s Beefie and CHI Classic Cake. CHI Limited has successfully dominated market shelves over the years through the introduction of exciting value-added extensions and variants of its numerous brands. The company has something to offer almost everyone including children, young adults, men and women. CHI’s products help to cater to the diverse needs and palates of every segment of this dynamic population, thus making CHI brands the most admired across all major demographic segments. Renowned for their natural ingredients, CHI products provide great and refreshing taste, while being the first choice of the health-conscious consumer. Enjoy the wholesome taste of quality products from CHI brands!
CWAY Beverages Nigeria company was established in 2004 with a brand product market launch which include Apple and Peach fruit drinks as the initial products. later in the spring of 2007, Nutri-Milk, a drink with fruit content was added to the production line which fortunately, grew to occupy a premium top brand position in local and in international markets. Subsequently, the inclusion of Super Kids milk drink a special brand formulation for children with healthy functional nutrients for good growth and development in children.
With a view to continually create quality products for our consumers, Cway Food and Beverages introduced Nutri-Yo, a yoghurt brand, early 2018; Cheers Cocktail, a 4.5% alcoholic beverage, in 2018, Maca Energy Drink in 2018 and Nutri-Soya in 2019
Dangote Cement Plc is a Nigerian multinational publicly traded cement manufacturer headquartered in Lagos. The company is engaged in the manufacture, preparation, import, packaging, and distribution of cement and related products in Nigeria and has plants or import terminals in other African countries.
Dangote Cement PLC is operating in other countries through subsidiaries, either involved in the manufacturing and sale of cement or in the construction of cement plants/grinding plants/terminals. Integrated plants are either operating or under construction stage in Nigeria, South Africa, Senegal, republic of Congo, Tanzania, Ethiopia and Kenya, whereas cement grinding plants are either under operation or under installation in Cameroon, Ghana, Cote d'ivoire, Liberia and south Africa. There is a cement terminal under operation in Ghana and one under construction in Sierra Leone. The company commissioned its first cement terminal in December 2010 and first produced cement from an integrated plant in November, 2006.
Dangote Cement Plc is a subsidiary of Dangote Industries, which was founded by Aliko Dangote in 1981 as a trading business with an initial focus on importation of bagged cement and other commodities such as rice, sugar, flour, salt and fish.
Over time, the Group began to import bulk cement into the Apapa and Port Harcourt terminals, which it then bagged for distribution. Through the 1990s, the Group made a strategic decision to transition from a trading based business into a fully-fledged integrated manufacturing operation. This is where our ambitious plan to become Africa’s leading Cement producer began.
To be a global leader in cement production, respected for the quality of our products and services and for the way we conduct our business.
To deliver strong returns to our shareholders by selling high-quality products at affordable prices, backed by excellent customer service.
To help Nigeria and other African countries towards self-reliance and self-sufficiency in the production of the world’s most basic commodity, by establishing efficient production facilities in strategic locations close to key growth markets.
To provide economic benefits to local communities by way of direct and indirect employment in all countries in which we operate.
To lead the way in areas such as governance, sustainability and environmental conservation and to set a good example for other companies to follow.
Customer Service: As a world-class organization, we understand that we exist to serve and satisfy our customers. Accordingly, our customer orientation reflects intimacy, integrity and learning.
Entrepreneurship: We continuously seek and develop new business, employing state-of-the-art methods to retain our market leadership.
Excellence: We are a large organisation, working together to deliver the best products and services to our valuable customers and stakeholders. To achieve this, we demonstrate teamwork, respect and meritocracy.
Leadership: We thrive on being leaders in our business, markets and communities. To drive this we focus on continuous improvement, partnership and professionalism.
Providing your basic needs
Dangote Group is one of Nigeria’s most diversified business conglomerates with a hard – earned reputation for excellent business practices and products’ quality with its operational headquarters in the bustling metropolis of Lagos, Nigeria in West Africa.
The Group’s activities encompass:
Cement – Manufacturing & Distribution
Sugar – Manufacturing / Refining & Distribution
Flour & Semolina – Milling & Distribution
Pasta – Manufacturing & Distribution
Salt – Refining & Distribution
Food Seasoning – Production & Distribution of stock seasoning cubes
Vegetable Oil – Refining & Distribution
Tomato Paste – Manufacturing & Distribution
Crude Oil Refinery – Refining & Distribution
Petrochemicals – Refining & Distribution
Fertilizer – Manufacturing & Distribution
Packaging Materials – Manufacturing & Distribution
Logistics – Port Management & Haulage
Food & Beverages
Aliko Dangote Foundation
Since inception, the Group has experienced phenomenal growth on account of quality of its goods and services, its focus on cost leadership and efficiency of its human capital. Today, Dangote Group is a multi-billion Naira company poised to reach new heights in every endeavor.
In pursuit of self reliance
Dangote Group is striving for self-reliance in Nigeria in all the sectors where it operates and has drawn up ambitious plans to set up world-class projects in new realms such as Agriculture, Petroleum Refinery & Petrochemicals, fertilizer, and Telecom. The Group has almost single-handedly taken Nigeria to self sufficiency in cement and is expanding rapidly across Africa, helping other countries achieve the same.
Nurturing a Vision
Dangote Group continues to grow its vision of becoming the leading provider of essential needs in Food and Shelter in Sub-Saharan Africa. We continue to sustain and improve on our market leadership in Cement Manufacturing, Sugar Milling, Sugar Refining, Flour Milling, Manufacturing of Pasta ( Spaghetti & Macaroni ), Port Operations, Noodles Manufacturing, Packaging Material Production and Salt Refining. In line with our philosophy, we will continue to provide the basic needs of Nigerians.
The future of manufacturing in Nigeria is very bright considering the huge endowment of natural resources, the abundant pool of skilled work force and the enormous market potential the Country offers to investors. Dangote Group is well poised to harness these opportunities with relentless drive and commitment it took to become the leading player in its various markets. I commend the management team and staff of Dangote Group for their commitment and dedication to realizing the objectives of the Group, as we strive to reach greater heights.
De United Foods Industries Limited, Noodle Division, started its operation in year 1996 at Ota, Ogun State, is the first instant noodles manufacturing plant in Nigeria and the largest in Africa at that time.
DUFIL PRIMA FOODS PLC was incorporated in 2001 as a private limited liability company at Choba, Port Harcourt, Rivers State. Upon completion of a restructuring exercise the company was converted to Public limited company and became the holding company of the group in year 2008.
The existence of the facility arises due to the growing demand for the product from the consumers of the region and the nation. The objective is to provide fresh and quality product to the consumers.
Flour Mills of Nigeria Plc (FMN) was incorporated on 29th September, 1960 as a private limited liability company with a modest paid-up share capital of N1 million and converted to a public company in November, 1978. The beneficial interest in the company’s equity is held by Nigerian and Overseas shareholders. Presently, two foreign shareholders own about 56% of the company’s paid-up share capital. The balance is held by over 75,000 individuals and institutional investors.
Wheat milling forms the financial backbone of our diversified company. FMN pioneered flour milling in Nigeria when its first mill was commissioned at Apapa in 1962 with a grinding capacity of 500 metric tonnes of wheat per day. Today, the Apapa milling complex has a rated capacity of over 8,000 metric tons per day making it one of the largest single site mills in the world. All the mills are manned by a team of highly trained and skilled professionals working at a high level of efficiency attested to by our ISO 9001:2008 accreditation recognizing that our flour manufacturing facilities are world class and operate within an internationally recognized Quality System. FMN had over the years made huge investments in milling technology and human capital to sustain its pre-eminent position and maintain its competitive advantage in the Nigerian flour milling industry.
In its over five-decade history, FMN’s flagship food brand, “Golden Penny”, continues to be one of the best known and the preferred brand amongst bakers, confectioneries and consumers in Nigeria. The “Golden Penny” basket of foods has now grown to include products such as semovita, masavita, pasta, noodles, refined sugar, margarine, vegetable oils, and a range of snacks and breakfast cereals, instantly recognizable in any Nigerian household.
FMN’s first investment outside Flour Milling was in BAGCO in 1978. BAGCO now a Division of FMN is a pace setter in woven polypropylene sack manufacturing. With its two giant plants at Lagos and Kano, it is by far the largest and supplier of choice to many industrial and agro-allied companies in Nigeria in the packaging of flour, cement, grains, salt, detergent, fertilizer, merchandise, farm harvests, shopping, etc. The BAGCO brand which has succeeded in gaining international recognition has also entered the export market with some of its polymer bags going to the African Continent and as far as the United States of America.
Another significant milestone was the company’s foray into Cement. The company operated a large cement terminal at Apapa and marketed its cement under “Burham Cement” brand, renowned for high quality and consistency. The cement terminal had a handling capacity of 10,000 metric tonnes of cement per day. In line with Federal Government’s backward integration policy, Flour Mills invested in the United Cement Manufacturing Co. Ltd. (UNICEM) Calabar, in 2002. UNICEM operates a green field, fully integrated cement plant, with a capacity of 2.5 million metric tonnes of cement per annum. In 2015, a strategic decision was made to dispose of the investment in UNICEM and refocus the group as a publicly traded, Food and Agro-Allied company that strives to use locally sourced materials to develop and produce unique consumer products for the local markets.
Beyond wheat based products, FMN Group’s strategic imperative in the years ahead is to create value in the supply chain and reduce dependence on imported raw materials. To this end, FMN has recently invested billions of Naira in its agro-allied ventures. The Group’s strategic diversification into agribusiness began in 1978 with the investment in a 10,000ha Kaboji Farm, which is close to the town of Kontagora in Niger State. We have subsequently made many other significant investments in primary processing of locally grown soybean, palm fruit, cassava, maize, and sugar cane; storage, aggregation and distribution of locally sourced grains and export commodities; manufacture, and distribution of agro-inputs, such as seeds and fertilizers. These strategic investments across the major crop value chains are setting the pace for others to follow and continue to strengthen our position as Nigeria’s Premier Food and Agro-Allied Company.
To ensure the continued viability and sustainability of our Food and Agro-Allied operations in a challenging business environment, we have also invested heavily in support services in the form of manufacturing and marketing of packaging materials; power generation; ground transport logistics; and port operations; which include shipping, customs clearing, forwarding, and a shipping agency.
Indeed, FMN Group is continuously exploring opportunities for strategic partnerships to grow and enhance competitive positioning in its main line of business in Nigeria and at a future date extend its investment and business activities beyond the borders of Nigeria.
Everyday we nourish Nigerians with quality dairy nutrition
The country’s foremost dairy company and market leader is FrieslandCampina WAMCO Nigeria PLC, an affiliate of Royal FrieslandCampina in The Netherlands. For over 60 years, FrieslandCampina WAMCO has been providing high quality dairy products through its brands, Peak, Three Crowns and Friso; these brands have become household names. Over the years, we have defined our involvement in Nigeria by addressing three global challenges: nutrient security, sustainability and support for farmers.
At the heart of the Company’s operations in Nigeria is the passion to make quality dairy nutrition affordable and accessible. This is strongly rooted in the company’s mission statement of nourishing Nigerians with quality dairy nutrition. This mission is made possible by the company’s innovativeness and extensive distribution network across Nigeria.
FrieslandCampina WAMCO has continued to play a leading role in the production, processing, packaging, marketing and distribution of various milk products in Nigeria; being the pioneer of local manufacturing of evaporated milk and the introduction of fortified based milk products in Nigeria.
Linked to its mission is the Dairy Development Programme (DDP), an inclusive business model with an array of community activities that encourages local economic development in milk production to meet the needs of consumers, farmers, local communities, the government, and our business. This has helped us to develop new institutional capacities, policies and practices that benefit pastoralists, small-holder farmers and the country as a whole.
Under the DDP, we actively share our long-established knowledge in the field of dairy farming. Through our knowledge-sharing, training courses, exchange programmes and the establishment of local milk collection systems, the Dairy Development Programme has already supported over 3500 local dairy farmers (including 900 women). Through the DDP, our company supports farmers to expand their investment opportunities as the milk collected from the dairy farmers are used in the local manufacturing of Peak evaporated milk.
FrieslandCampina WAMCO aims is to keep milk affordable in Nigeria, ensuring access to quality milk, fortified with the required nutrients; and enlightening consumers on how to make healthier choices and live an active lifestyle. Our Company will maintain its No. 1 position as the nation’s leading milk manufacturing company by investing in its people, products and by being an excellent corporate citizen.
FrieslandCampina WAMCO Nigeria is a collaboration between Royal FrieslandCampina and local partners.
We are the only vertically integrated Aerosol factory in Nigeria, dedicated to innovation and technology in the fields of packaging and manufacture of Insecticides, Pesticides, Insect Repellents, Air Fresheners, Liquid Detergents, Disinfectants, Germicides, etc.
Our commitment to quality coupled with our ability to respond rapidly to market changes by producing our containers in-house has enabled us to become competitive both locally and in the export market.
Gongoni Company Limited was established in 1981 to exploit and develop local and export markets for high quality aerosols and other consumer products.
In 1985, Gongoni commenced full scale production at its Sharada factory in Kano, producing aerosol cans and plastic containers, formulating and filling them with Insecticides, Pesticides, Insect Repellents,Air Fresheners,Detergents, Disinfectants, etc.In the Cosmetics and toiletries sector, Gongoni consolidated and increased its participation by the acquisition in 1993 of W.J. Bush & Co. (Nigeria) Limited whose plant is in Kano.
W.J. Bush's products are well known throughout Africa and Middle East through its old well established brand names such as BINT EL SUDAN, MARINA, SASORABIA, MATSKIN, etc. with history going back almost one hundred years. This marriage of two companies has resulted in a powerful presence in the cosmetics and toiletries industry, leading to an improved and enhanced range of quality products.
From may 1996, W.J. Bush embarked on an expansion and diversification into soap manufacture, producing good quality laundry, toilet and antiseptic soaps, such as Polo, Marina, Royal Princess, Geka, Septol, etc.
Who We Are
This is the story of a truly successful company with a rich heritage and a great track record of growth and strong performance.
Guinness Nigeria Plc, a public limited liability company quoted on the Nigerian Stock Exchange was incorporated 29 April 1950 as a trading company importing Guinness Stout from Dublin. The Company has since transformed into a manufacturing operation and its principal activities continue to be brewing, packaging, marketing and selling of Guinness Foreign Extra Stout, Guinness Extra Smooth, Malta Guinness, Malta Guinness Herbs Lite, Harp Lager, Smirnoff Ice, Satzenbrau Lager, Dubic Malt, Snapp, Master’s Choice, Orijin Spirit Mixed Drink, Orijin Bitters, Smirnoff Ice Double Black with Guarana, Guinness Africa Special, Orijin Zero, Tappers and Royal Kingdom Lager.
Following the approval of the Board of Directors (the Board), Guinness Nigeria Plc acquired the rights to import, market, distribute and sell in Nigeria the International Premium Spirit brands of Diageo plc (“Diageo”), its parent company with effect from 1st January 2016. The Company now has exclusive distribution rights to Diageo’s iconic brands in Nigeria including Baileys, Smirnoff, Gordon's, Captain Morgan, Tanqueray, Ciroc and the Johnnie Walker range. Guinness Nigeria Plc installed Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) production lines and commenced production and sale of products in PET format in the 2018 financial year. It currently produces Malta Guinness, Orijin Zero and Dubic Malt in PET formats.
Guinness Nigeria Plc also acquired the right to manufacture locally some of the most successful mainstream spirits brands in Nigeria that are part of Diageo brands including Smirnoff Vodka and Gordon's Gin. Our relationship with Diageo has also enabled us acquire the right to import, market, sell as well as the right to produce locally MrDowell’s and Royal Challenge whiskey in Nigeria. This exciting new portfolio of fantastic brands makes Guinness Nigeria Plc the only Total Beverage Alcohol (TBA) business in Nigeria with the experience and capacity to cater for the needs of all consumer segments.
Guinness Nigeria has a rich heritage that stretches back almost two centuries.
Guinness Nigeria Plc is home of the first Guinness brewery outside of the British Isles. The first bottle of Guinness Foreign Extra Stout in Nigeria was brewed on the 30th of November 1963, three years after Nigeria’s independence - opening up opportunities for the overseas Guinness Foreign Extra Stout brewing in other parts of the world. Two years later, in 1965, Guinness Nigeria was listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange. We are proud to be the world's second-largest market for Guinness, and a major part of the inspiring long history of brand Guinness.
Steady growth in markets for Guinness Stout and Harp Lager during the next 30 years prompted the building of three more major breweries in Nigeria. In 1974, the company built a second brewery in Benin, where it produced Harp lager beer. This facility was later expanded to accommodate a second stout brewery, commissioned in 1978. In 1982, a fourth Guinness brewery was built in Ogba, Lagos to brew Harp Premium Lager beer. This site too, was expanded to include Guinness Stout. In 2011, the Benin and Ogba breweries were expanded to further increase capacity and meet the growing demand for Guinness Nigeria products which include the acclaimed brands: Guinness Foreign Extra Stout, Guinness Extra Smooth, Malta Guinness, and Harp Lager beer. Other brands include Gordon’s Spark, Smirnoff Ice, Armstrong Dark Ale, Satzenbrau Pilsner, Top Malt, Harp Lime, Dubic Extra Lager and most recently, Malta Guinness Low Sugar.
Currently, we are proud to be the only Total Beverage Alcohol Company in Nigeria. This means we are the only company currently with a wide portfolio of brands catering to alcohol and non-alcohol drinkers, with Spirits, Lager & Beers, and Non-Alcoholic drinks.
Guinness Nigeria: Through the Years
19th Century Guinness Stout first imported into Nigeria.
1950s Trading company for Guinness established in Nigeria.
1962 First Guinness brewery outside of Ireland and Great Britain built in Lagos.
1962 Guinness Eye Hospital built in Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH).
1965 Guinness Nigeria is quoted on Nigeria Stock Exchange with 1,200 investors.
1974 2nd ultra-modern brewery built in Benin to produce Harp Lager.
1978 3rd brewery built at Benin to produce Guinness Stout.
1982 4th brewery built in Ogba to produce Harp Lager, and later Guinness Stout.
1986 Guinness Nigeria invests in farming of maize and sorghum to replace imported
1990 Malta Guinness launched into the Nigerian market.
1990 Guinness Nigeria invests N1.6billion (£45 million) in upgrading its breweries.
1991 Another Guinness Eye Hospital built in Onitsha.
1997 Guinness Nigeria becomes a subsidiary of Diageo Plc, thus gaining access to
Diageo's range of global brands and technical support.
1997 1st Water of Life mini-water works commissioned at Oregbeni/Benin,
2001 Guinness Nigeria records over 60,000 investors, share capital value
of N354million (£2.1 million) with shareholders’ funds of N14,158million
2001 Gordon Spark, an exotic ready-to-drink product is launched into the Nigeria
2003 1st Corporate Citizenship Report launched to highlight the company's
contributions to the society
2004 Guinness Nigeria commissions another brewery in Aba, Abia State.
2004 Commissions the 2nd Water of Life mini-water works project in Aba,
2005 Commissions the 3rd Water of Life mini-water works project in Badia Lagos.
2005 Guinness Extra Smooth is launched in the Nigerian market.
2006 Smirnoff Ice launched into the Nigerian market.
2007 Guinness Nigeria becomes the 1st brewery in West Africa to be ISO
14000:2004 certified - the highest certification available for clean
environmental standards globally.
2007 Guinness Nigeria provides water to an additional 500,000 people in Nigeria
under the Water of Life scheme with mini-water works located in Lagos,
Anambra, Ogun, Imo, Rivers, Nassarawa, Niger, Ekiti, Kwara and Edo states
2007 Guinness Nigeria becomes the 1st manufacturing company to become ISO
22000 certified for food safety standards.
2007 The International Institute for Quality Selection, Bruxelles, endorses Foreign
Extra Stout and Guinness Extra Smooth with Grand Gold Medals. Harp Lager
and Satzenbrau awarded Gold Medals for surpassing international quality
2008 Ogba Brewery emerges as Africa's best in the Guinness League of
2008 Guinness Nigeria goes live on SAP.
2008 The International Institute for Quality Selection, Bruxelles endorses all
Guinness Nigeria brands with Grand Gold Awards at the Monde's 47th
International Awards for surpassing international standards.
2009 Brand Guinness celebrates 250 years of iconic existence globally.
2010 Guinness Nigeria celebrates its 60 years of brewing excellence in Nigeria.
2011 Guinness Nigeria signs into the Convention of Business Integrity (CBi).
2011 Harp Lime, a cool new flavoured Harp Beer is launched into the Nigerian
2012 Dubic Extra Lager, a beer with a great Nigerian heritage, is launched in Aba
and Ibadan simultaneously.
2012 The 1st solar-powered Water of Life mini-water works is commissioned in
Awba Ofemili, Anambra State.
2012 Guinness Nigeria wins the Best Place To Work in Nigeria and the Best
Multinational Company in Nigeria Awards.
2012 Malta Guinness Low Sugar, a new low-sugar Malta variant filled with top-of-
the-world goodness and vitality is launched into the Nigerian Market.
In the same year, SNAPP was also launched targeted at women.
Guinness Nigeria launches Orijin Ready to Drink (RTD), an alcoholic drink with
the bitter-sweet taste of African herbs and fruits, which went on to become the
fastest growing innovation brand in Diageo history.
2015 Guinness Nigeria launches Guinness Africa Special.
2016 Guinness Nigeria launches Orijin Zero, a non-alcoholic variant of the popular
Orijin RTD, targeted at consumers who want to enjoy the bitter-sweet taste of
Orijin but without the alcohol.
2016 Guinness Nigeria is named the third best place to work in Nigeria and named
the best in Excellence in Wellness by the Great Place To Work Institute.
2018 Expanded the Ogba Brewery by adding a PET Line
IFFCO (MALAYSIA) SDN BHD &
ASIAN OILS & DERIVATIVES (MALAYSIA) SDN BHD
We are an integrated Oleo chemical player in Malaysia strategically located at the Port/Industrial Estate of Pasir Gudang, Johor at the southern tip of Penisular Malaysia.
The modern facilities and our efficient supply chain is fully geared to provide a sustainable solution for green and eco-friendly products. We serve variable industries such as Pharmaceuticals, Home and Personal care, Agriculture, Foods and Feeds nutritional additives, Polymers and Plastics, Metal workings, Textiles and Auxiliaries.
The company produces wide range of products consisting (1) Fatty acids & Glycerine covering wide range of distilled to high purity fractionated fatty acids, Heat stable short chain and stearic acids, Special tailored blended fatty acids, USP and BP grade refined Glycerine (2) Soap Noodles for cosmetics, Toilet and Multipurpose application (3) House brands, Private label and Contract manufacturing of soap bars (4) Rumen protected fat and energy feed additives for animal nutrition.
Headquartered in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, IFFCO has presence in 27 countries, 57 operations, delighting consumers in 80 nations and five continents.
FELDA IFFCO SDN BHD, a joint venture between FELDA (one of the largest plantation in the world) and IFFCO provides a unique integration of the entire value chain from plantations to processing of Oils and Fats. As such, IFFCO Malaysia Sdn Bhd is uniquely placed to provide consistent quality material to its customers at competitive prices and in the most efficient manner.
IFFCO (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd (IMSB) is an integrated oleo-chemicals complex in Malaysia, state-of-the-art soap noodles, fatty acids and soap finishing lines. Our soap products and soap noodle intermediates (animal feed & glycerin) are well known in over 40 countries worldwide.
With the new state of the art facilities and technology from Lurgi, Sulzer and Mazzoni (comprising splitting, fractionation, hydrogenation and additional lines for soap), IMSB has increased production capacity from 55K MTS/year to 150K MTS/year to cater for customers demand from every corner of the world. Also product range for precuts from C8 to C16.
Its unique and strategic location near 3 main ports i.e Pasir Gudang Ports, Tanjung Pelepas Port and Singapore Port making IFFCO reachable to all destination of the world.
Producing top quality product, reliability and sustainability are IFFCO goals in ensuring global customer satisfaction. With various accreditations, enhance us to one step further to be the best.
ASIAN OILS & DERIVATIVES SDN BHD (AOD) is a joint venture between STD Participações Ltda, Brazil with IFFCO Head Quarter in UAE. ASIAN OILS & DERIVATIVES SDN BHD is one of the leading companies in manufacturer of calcium salts-Ruminant by pass fat meanwhile IFFCO is a global player in fatty acids based ruminant by pass fat.
To be the preferred provider of essential and value-added foods for everyone, everywhere and every day.
All that we believe in and stand for are enshrined in a set of clearly articulated values. It guides all our actions and provides a touchstone for all our decisisons. It is the clearest indicator to all our stakeholders about who we are.
We are committed to the long term interests and benefits of our customers and employees.
cc Through the leadership of our visionary founder, Dr. Innocent Chukwuma [OFR] our reputation as one of the leading proponents of made-in-Nigeria brands started from a humble beginning 38 years ago!
What merely began as motorcycle spare parts retailing/trading has over the years grown into one of Nigeria’s biggest industrial success story. Dissatisfied with the ever increasing cost of imported foreign-used [tokunbo] motorcycles as well as the brand new ones, our founder took a major leap of faith that permanently altered the history and course of the Innoson Group.
The Innoson group is still marching forward ever stronger!
He switched from a trader to become a manufacturer of brand new motorcycles in Nigeria through Innoson Nigeria Limited crashing the market price from N150,000 to N70,000. The Innoson brand of motorcycles maintained the same quality as the foreign imported new ones, but sold for less, even cheaper than the foreign-used. This audacious move of his till today is responsible for the eradication of foreign-used [tokunbo] motorcycles in Nigeria!
Backed by this unprecedented success in the history of Nigeria, the Innoson group launched further into industrial manufacturing through technology transfer. 38 Years after our founder started this remarkable journey, today, with over 7400 Nigerian workers, the Innoson group is still marching forward ever stronger!
Driving the Nigerian economy forward through industrialization, technology transfer and job creation.
Becoming Africa’s biggest manufacturer of made-in-Nigeria products. .
Pioneering the local production of foreign imported industrial goods cost effectively.
– we’ve done it before for motorcycles; we are doing it again for automobiles!
In the beginning….
The year was 1978; a commercial town situated in the Eastern part of Nigeria, called Nnewi was the central hub for motorcycle importation. As it is today for tokunbo (foreign used) cars, so it was then for tokunbo motorcycles, they were the status quo.
By 1987, a brand new motorcycle sold for N150,000 and a tokunbo one sold for N100,000 – N90,000. Things would have continued this way to this day, but for the intervention of a 25 years old Nigerian, named Innocent Chukwuma, the founder of Innoson Motors (IVM).
Driven by his passion for people and his core business philosophy of bringing down costs and passing the gain to customers, he pioneered the first Made-in-Nigeria Motorcycle brand that sold for as low as N60,000. By year 2002, he had successfully driven out tokunbo (foreign used) motorcycles out of Nigeria forever!
We are manufacturing durable and affordable brand new automobiles for Africans. Our brand new automobiles are selling for almost the cost of their tokunbo equivalents. And they are as good as any foreign automobile brand you know.
The statistics are alarming, according to a recent research by PricewatershouseCoopers (PwC), the ratio of brand new automobiles to foreign used ones on Nigerian road is 1 : 131. Meaning that for every brand new car bought, there are 131 tokunbo ones!
…Why do we exist?
To eradicate “tokunbo” (foreign used) automobiles from Africa
…what do we want to achieve?
To become the pride of African roads i.e. Africa’s most preferred automobile brand
…how do we achieve these?
To make durable and affordable brand new automobiles for Africans
WHO WE ARE
The history of Intercontinental Distillers Limited dates back to 1749 when two Italians, Justerini and Brooks came together to form a wine and spirit business which they called J&B (derived from the initial of their names).
J&B went through series of acquisition and ownership change until it became what was known as International Distillers & Vintners (IDV). IDV itself was the spirit division of the then Grand Metropolitan Plc of the United Kingdom.
Grand Metropolitan Plc’s strategy to refocus her business, with the view to capture the international market, gave rise to the incorporation of International Distillers Nigeria Limited (IDNL) in1983.
International Distillers Nigeria Limited (IDNL) as it then was, commenced production in 1984 with Eagle Aromatic Schnapps on a manual line. The staff strength then was 53, of which three were expatriates.
To complement Eagle Schnapps, the company imported and marketed tested brands such as SMIRNOFF, BAILEY’S Irish Cream and GILBEYS London Dry Gin. IDNL subsequently commenced a series of expansion which saw it through its first decade of operation with increased popularity, market acceptance and preference for her products such as Chelsea London Dry Gin which was introduced in 1987.
The company grew in size through the development of a wide range of portfolio of successful brands, relying on a sound understanding of the Nigerian wines and spirit market, and indeed of the West African sub–region. In 1997, International Distillers Nigeria Limited metamorphosed into Intercontinental Distillers Limited (IDL).
Today, IDL produces and markets leading products such as Eagle Aromatic Schnapps, Chelsea London Dry Gin, Squadron Dark Rum, Bull London Dry Gin, Bull Dark Rum, Action Bitters, Confam Bitters, DeROK Cafe Liqueur, DeROK Chocolate Flavoured Liqueur, Commodore Aromatic Schnapps, Chapeau Wine, Veleta Fruit Wine.
The Company operates from a purpose-built distillery and bottling plant located at KM 11, Ota–Idiroko road, Ota, Ogun State and has its Head Office located at Plot 2, No. 3 Ladipo Oluwole Street, Off Oba Akran Avenue in Ikeja, Lagos State.
IDL has a network of branches and distributors that covers the entire nation. It operates from regional offices which are complemented by Forty–one(41) depot locations.
The Board of Directors and Management is made up of time-tested professionals in business and in the Fast-Moving Consumer Goods Industry. This is a key factor to our success story.
On April 20th 2012, IDL became NIS ISO 9001:2008 certified. This is in reinforcement of her commitment to producing quality drinks that meet customers satisfaction at all times.
WHAT WE DO
We are producers and marketers of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.The operations of IDL are manned by time tested professionals in the business and in the industry. This is a key factor to a success story which we intend to maintain.
We produce and market top quality beverages at a purpose built distillery located on the Ota-Idiroko road, (near Lagos) in Nigeria. Our products are available in the West African sub-region.
We have a network of highly mobile salesmen and executives based at our various depots and an array of distributors spread all over the country.
Products manufactured & marketed: Eagle Aromatic Schnapps, Chelsea London Dry Gin, Squadron Dark Rum, Bull London Dry Gin, Bull Dark Rum, Action Bitters, Confam Bitters, DeROK Cafe Liqueur, DeROK Chocolate Flavoured Liqueur, Commodore Aromatic Schnapps, Chapeau Wine, Veleta Fruit Wine.
We are engaged in researching, producing and marketing first choice quality drinks that satisfy the needs of our customers. We aim at providing the highest returns to our stakeholders.
To be the leading company of first choice quality drinks.
International Breweries Plc was incorporated in December 1971 by its founder and first Chairman, Dr. Lawrence Omole under the name International Breweries Limited. The Company commenced production of its flagship product Trophy Lager in December 1978 with an installed capacity of 200,000 hectoliters per annum.
Following the increasing demand for its products, in December 1982 the Company embarked on an expansion programme to increase its capacity to 500,000 hectoliters annually. The company was listed on the floor of the Nigerian Stock Exchange in April 1995.
In 2008 the Warsteiner Group sold its majority shareholding to the Castel Group and in January 2012 SABMiller Plc entered into a strategic alliance with the Castel group. During this period, significant investment was made which transformed the company and provided it with a solid foundation for growth and profitability. Starting with just two brands, Trophy Lager and Betamalt the Company has since 2010 introduced Grand Malt, grand lager, Hero Lager, Castle Milk Stout, Castle Lite, Redds, Eagle lager, Eagle Stout and most recently the introduction of premium brands like Budweiser.
In 2017 the Company through a scheme of merger sanctioned by the Federal High Court, merged with Intafact Beverages Limited and Pabod Breweries Limited (companies with similar objects) in other to provide for the optimization of efficiencies, leverage on economies of scale and ensure shareholder value creation amongst others.
This has increased our production facilities apart from ilesa, to Port Harcourt, Onitsha and Ogun State with corporate headquarters of the Company in Lagos.
In addition, the Company operates depots in Ibadan, Lagos, Port Harcourt, Abuja, Benin and Ilorin to facilitate the re-distribution of its products in the wider urban area.
With the new strategy position and increasing portfolio of local and world class beverages, International Breweries PLC is fully positioned to satisfy increasing consumer demand and poised to be the leading brand in Nigeria delivering superior returns for shareholders.
Jubaili Agrotec ltd was established in 2002 (in Nigeria) by the sons of Abdullatif Jubaili as the fruit of their strong solid experience in the field of agriculture and of their reliable sources for quality products such as: Agricultural Pesticides, Agricultural, Insecticides, Agricultural Herbicides, Feed additives ... etc
The first branch was established in Kano, the Capital of the North that covers around 60% of the agriculture in Nigeria.
In 2004, the company opened its second branch in Ibadan in order to cover the South of Nigeria.
The third branch was opened in Abuja in 2010 to cover the middle belt of Nigeria.
The fourth branch followed it in Lagos in 2011.
OUR SERVICESBy improving our communication between our partners and customers, their needs can be better understood and we can offer practical, professional solutions.
Jubaili Agrotec offers these services through:
Training sessions, field days, and seminars
Trials: Scientific trials in cooperation with official bodies and researches centers.
Farms visit: Via our professional technical team in the field, to offer technical support for our products under GOOD AGRICULTURE PRACTICE to ensure optimum use for these products.
NASCON Allied Industries Plc (previously National Salt Company of Nigeria Plc) was established in 1973 as a salt refinery at Ijoko (Near Sango-Ota); Ogun State as a joint venture between the Federal Military Government of Nigeria and Atlantic Salt & Chemical Inc. of Los Angeles, California, USA, due to an identified need for self-sufficiency in the production of this essential commodity.
In order to achieve this, the Federal Military Government appointed Messrs Atlantic Salt & Chemical Company Incorporation as Technical Partner for the establishment of this company in October 1972; the technical agreement was signed on March 1973. The National Salt Company of Nigeria was thus incorporated on April 30, 1973.The equity shareholding of the company at the time was:
Federal Military Government of Nigeria 55%
Atlantic Salt & Chemical Inc. 35% (Technical Partner)
Former Western State Government 10% (Now Oyo, Ogun, Osun, Ondo, Lagos and Ekiti States)
The construction work commenced on October 20, 1974. Construction of the refinery was completed in December 1975 and erection of plants and machinery was completed in August 1976, with a total capacity of 110,00Mt. With the acquisition of controlling shares by Dangote Group, the average daily production increased to 600,000 metric tons per annum, with the inclusion of three refineries in Apapa, Oregun and Port Harcourt.
The production activity at the Apapa plant started in 2001 with the production of edible and kitchen salt in 25kg and 50 kg (bulk) sizes. The Port Harcourt refinery commenced production in 2003, while production at Oregun kicked off with the production of iodized table salt in 250g, 500g and 1Kg sachet sizes for domestic use under the brand names Annapurna®* and Dangote®.
*Annapurna is a brand name owned by West Africa Popular Foods (WAPF) as a joint venture between NASCON and Unilever Nigeria Plc.
By-products from the salt refining process include:
Fine (butter) salt (used in the production of biscuits and confection)
Granulated kitchen salt and industrial salt.
PRODUCT EXTENSION/PRODUCT LINE EVOLUTION
In 2014, the business expanded its product lines to further increase profitability in line with our long-term growth objectives. In 2014, NASCON took advantage of its leadership position in the production of specialized PDV salt, and expanded into the production of flavoured seasoning and stock cubes under the brand name Dan-Q.
Dan Q seasoning is presently available in chicken and beef flavour variants with plans to expand our flavour offerings in line with consumer needs and the demand for flavour variation.
Dangote Tomato Paste is a thick paste made by cooking high-quality organic tomatoes for several hours to reduce moisture, then straining them to remove the seeds, skin, and then cooking them again to reduce them to a thick, rich concentrate. We entered into this product category in response to an identified supply gap within the Nigerian market where local production plus imports have been unable to effectively meet local demand. We currently sell our tomato paste under the Dangote brand name.
Vegetable Oil: Also in response to the obvious supply gap in the market and the perennial shortage of vegetable oil, resulting in the influx of low quality grey imports into Nigeria, NASCON PLC in 2015 commenced the production and sale of vegetable oil as a high grade refined product for domestic and industrial use. For the moment, we avail the product in bulk to end users for the production in the food industry. We expect to expand into retail packaging in the very near future.
A member of the Dangote Group of companies, NASCON is squarely committed to achieving the mission and vision of the group through our products and every interaction.
To be a world class enterprise that is passionate about the quality of life of the general populace and giving high returns to stakeholders.
Touch the lives of people by providing their basic needs.
– As a world-class organisation, we understand that we exist to serve and satisfy our customers and consumers. Accordingly, our customer orientation reflects intimacy, integrity and learning.
– We continuously seek and develop new businesses, and employ innovative ideas to retain our market leadership.
– We are a large organisation, working together to deliver the best products and services to our valuable customers and stakeholders. To achieve this, we demonstrate teamwork, respect and meritocracy.
– We thrive on being leaders in our business, markets and communities. To drive this, we focus on continuous improvement, partnership and professionalism
About Nestlé Nigeria
Nestlé Nigeria PLC is one of the largest food and beverage companies in Africa. For over 57 years, Nestlé has been delighting consumers in Nigeria with high quality nutritious food products.
With a staff strength of over 2,300 direct employees, 3 manufacturing sites, 8 branch offices and a head office located in Lagos, the company produces and markets several iconic brands including Maggi, Milo, Golden Morn, Nescafé and Nestlé Pure Life.
Nestle's purpose is enhancing quality of life and contributing to a healthier future. The company contributes to society while ensuring the long-term success of its business.
Every day, we touch millions of lives across our business, from the farmer who produces the grains to the family who enjoys the nutritious food in their home.
What We Mean By Creating Shared Value
Taking a long-term approach has always been Nestlé's approach to business. We believe that our company will be successful in the long term by creating value, both for our shareholders and for society. We call this approach Creating Shared Value (CSV). CSV is principle for how we do business. Foods and beverages with a nutrition, health and wellness dimension perform better. Rural development programs for farmers offer commercial differentiation to consumers, while responsible stewardship of water reduces costs and secures supplies for our businesses.
At Nestlé, Creating Shared Value (CSV) brings business and society together by generating sustainable economic value in a way that also produces value for society. We believe that our company will be successful in the long term by creating value, both for our shareholders and for society.
The Nestlé company history
The pioneer years
Our history begins in 1866, with the foundation of the Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk Company. Henri Nestlé develops a breakthrough infant food in 1867, and in 1905 the company he founded merges with Anglo-Swiss, to form what is now known as the Nestlé Group. During this period cities grow and railways and steamships bring down commodity costs, spurring international trade in consumer goods
Enhancing quality of life and contributing to a healthier future
Explore Nestlé's impact across the globe in the stories below
Every day we touch billions of lives. We want to help shape a better and healthier world for individuals and families, for our communities and for the planet. Our stories take a deeper look at how Nestlé is making a difference.
Nestlé UK & Ireland is a subsidiary of Nestlé S.A., the world’s leading nutrition, health and wellness company. Nestlé employs 8,000 people across the UK and Ireland and exports £375m worth of products every year to over 70 countries around the world.
Around 97% of UK households consume Nestlé brands and more than two billion Nestlé products are sold in the UK every year. Nestlé is proud to produce some of Britain’s best loved brands such as Kitkat®, Nescafe®, Smarties®, Buxton®, Go Cat® and Shreddies®.
Nestle UK Ltd. manufactures and markets food products. The Company offers infant food, breakfast cereals, dairy, bottled water, cookies, cakes, desserts, coffee, pasta, cheese, and confectioneries. Nestle UK serves customers worldwide.
New Healthway Company (Makers of the MOKO brand of Isopropyl Alchol, Mist Alba, Vitamin C Syrup, Mist Mag. Trisilicate) was incorporated in 1978.
A leading, fully indigenous pharmaceutical company incorporated in Nigeria in 1972. The company started out as importers and distributors of products, before it began manufacturing its own brand of high quality pharmaceutical products under the ‘MOKO’ brand name.
Over the past decades, the ‘MOKO’ brand has become trusted in improving health and sustaining hygiene in homes with lines of the high quality pharmaceutical products distributed all over Nigeria and West African Market.
Our high quality products reflect our mission statement. We are committed to ensuring that our products contribute to a healthy lifestyle for all.
WHO WE ARE!
To produce quality medicine for family health.
To make Moko products one of the most popular pharmaceutical brands
Transparency and Accountability
Nigerian Bottling Company is one of the world’s largest bottlers of drinks from The Coca‑Cola Company. In Nigeria, we serve approximately 180 million people by producing and distributing a unique portfolio of quality brands, bringing passion to marketplace implementation and demonstrating leadership in corporate social responsibility.
We’re a partner of The Coca‑Cola Company
Nigerian Bottling Company is a bottling partner of The Coca‑Cola Company. This means that The Coca‑Cola Company manufactures and sells concentrates, bases and syrups to its bottling partners, owns the brands and is responsible for consumer brand marketing initiatives. We use the concentrates and syrups to manufacture, package, merchandise and distribute the final branded products to our trade partners and consumers.
One of the world’s largest bottlers
Selling more than 2 billion unit cases every year – that’s 50 billion servings – Coca‑Cola HBC is one of the world’s largest bottlers of The Coca‑Cola Company’s brands.
countries in which we operate
potential consumers across three continents
brands in our diverse portfolio
Leading brands and a diverse portfolio
We produce, sell and distribute a wide range of beverages, most of which are trademark products of The Coca‑Cola Company. Our product portfolio consists of:leading brands Coca‑Cola, Coke Zero, Fanta and Sprite.
A broad geographic footprint
Nigerian Bottling Company operates from Nigeria in the west of Africa. Our unique location provides attractive opportunities for growth and means the company is not dependent on any particular market.
A sustainable business
We’ve integrated sustainability and corporate responsibility into every part of our business, aiming to build long-term value for our stakeholders. In 2017, the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices recognised Coca‑Cola HBC as the beverage industry leaders in Europe and the world for the fourth consecutive year
Lean manufacturing footprint
Our vast territory opens up opportunities for us but also brings challenges. We constantly look for ways to make our operational infrastructure as efficient as possible.
We operate 9 plants in Nigeria. The bottling operations in the regions are major purchasers of sugar, bottles, labels, marketing materials and services. At the same time, we play an active role in the local communities with our support and local initiatives.
plants in Nigeria
distributing across all states
employees in Nigeria
The group, Coca‑Cola HBC is headquartered in Zug, Switzerland and has a premium listing on the London Stock Exchange and secondary listing on the Athens Exchange. Our two major shareholders are the Kar-Tess Holding S.A., a private holding company, and The Coca‑Cola Company.
We have a rich heritage and an exciting future – from the creation of Coca‑Cola in 1886 to being recognised as an industry leader by the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices today.
Early years: 1886-1899
Coca‑Cola is created by John S Pemberton in 1886 and served at Jacob’s Pharmacy
By 1895, Coca‑Cola is sold and consumed in every state in the US
In 1899 the rights to bottle Coca‑Cola are sold by Asa Candler to Benjamin F Thomas and Joseph B Whitehead of Chattanooga, Tennessee for $1
Nigerian Bottling Company Ltd (NBC) is incorporated in November 1951, as a subsidiary of the A.G. Leventis Group with the franchise to bottle and sell products of The Coca‑Cola Company in Nigeria.
Two years later in 1953, the production of Coca‑Cola begins at a bottling facility in Ebute-Metta, Lagos State. In the same year the company opens its first bottling plant in Apapa.
NBC becomes a member of the newly formed Coca‑Cola Hellenic Bottling Company S.A. (an anchor bottling group with operations in 28 countries worldwide.)
The first ultramodern fully automated NBC plant is commissioned in Benin in 2001.
Coca‑Cola HBC is listed on the NYSE through a sponsored ADR programme
We acquire mineral water companies Valser in Switzerland and Dorna Apemin in Romania
We acquire bottling operations in the Baltics
Our FTSE4Good listing is confirmed against stricter social and environmental criteria
2003 - 2007
NBC launches the Five Alive juice brand in 2003; PET packaging for its Sparkling Soft Drinks category in 2004; and 33Cl Can in 2007
NBC introduces the more environmentally friendly ‘Ultra’ glass packaging for its Returnable Glass Bottle product segments.
Coca‑Cola HBC is included in the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices for the first time
We acquire the Southern Italy Coca‑Cola bottling operations, Socib
We launch our external stakeholder panel
We commit to rolling out further Combined Heat and Power plants which will reduce the CO2 from our bottling operations by more than 20 percent
In November 2011, NBC becomes the first company in Nigeria to receive the Food Safety System (FSSC 22000) certification.
125 years of Coca‑Cola
In 2011, Coca‑Cola celebrates 125 years of refreshing the world
We complete construction of wastewater treatment plants, ensuring that 100 percent of our wastewater is treated
All our plants are certified to ISO 9001
Coca‑Cola HBC lists among the top three most sustainable Food & Beverage companies according to the FTSE Group, based on environmental, social and governance criteria
CCHBC announces the redomiciliation of our holding company to Switzerland and our intention to list on the London Stock Exchange
The Group Coca‑Cola HBC achieves a premium listing on the London Stock Exchange
CCHBC completes a share exchange offer
CCHBC is listed first in Europe and second in the world among beverage companies, according to the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices
Nigerian Bottling Company celebrates 65 years of refreshing Nigerians.
We are proudly Nigeria’s pioneer and largest Brewing firm. Our company was incorporated in 1946 and in June 1949, we recorded a landmark when the first bottle of STAR lager beer rolled off our Lagos Brewery bottling lines. This first brewery in Lagos has undergone several optimization processes and as at today boasts of one of the most modern brew house in the country.
In 1957, we commissioned our second brewery in Aba. The Aba Brewery has also recently undergone several optimization processes and has been fitted with best in brewery technology. In 1963 we commissioned our Kaduna Brewery while Ibadan Brewery came on stream in 1982. In 1993, we acquired our fifth brewery in Enugu. A sixth brewery, sited at Ama-eke in 9th Mile, Enugu was commissioned and christened Ama Brewery in October 2003. Ama Brewery is today the biggest and most modern brewery in Nigeria.
Operations in the Old Enugu Brewery were however discontinued in 2004. We acquired a malting Plant in Aba in 2008.
In October 2011, our company bought majority equity interests in Sona Systems Associates Business Management Limited, (Sona Systems) and Life Breweries company Limited from Heineken N.V. This followed Heineken’s acquisition of controlling interests in five breweries in Nigeria from Sona Group in January 2011. Sona Systems’ two breweries in Ota and Kaduna, and Life Breweries in Onitsha have now become part of Nigerian Breweries Plc, together with the three brands: Goldberg lager, Malta Gold and Life Continental lager.
In 2014, we got approval from the Securities and Exchange Commission and the respective shareholders of both Nigerian Breweries Plc and Consolidated Breweries Plc to merge the operations of both companies. The merger became final on December 31, 2014
Following the successful merger, we now have three additional breweries in Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State, Awo-Omamma in Imo State and Makurdi in Benue State. The merger also brought an additional seven brands into our portfolio.
Thus, from that humble beginning in 1946, our company has now grown into a Brewing Company with 11 breweries, 2 malting plants and 26 Sales depots from which our high quality products are distributed to all parts of Nigeria.
Nigerian Breweries Plc has a growing export business which covers global sales and marketing of our brands and dates back to 1986. NB Plc offers sales, logistics and marketing support to make our brands shelf-ready in international markets, including world-class outlets such as TESCO and ASDA Stores in the United Kingdom. Our brands are available in over thirteen countries, across the United Kingdom, South Africa, Middle-East, West Africa and the United States of America.
"To be the leading beverage company in Nigeria, marketing high quality brands to deliver superior customer satisfaction in an environmentally friendly way”.
P&G GREATER CHINA
Our P&G Greater China region consists of three markets – Chinese Mainland, Hong Kong SAR and Taiwan. Today, it is one of the largest consumer products companies in the region, serving over a billion Chinese consumers with more than 25 brands across 10 categories. These include Rejoice, Pantene, Head & Shoulders, Vidal Sassoon, Olay, SK-II, Safeguard, Ariel, Tide, Febreze, Gillette, Venues, Braun, Oral-B, Crest, Pampers, Whisper, Tampax and Vicks. Several other global brands are also available to Chinese consumers via the P&G International Flagship Store on T-Mall.
P&G Greater China is headquartered in Guangzhou, Guangdong, with operations across the region, including offices in Hong Kong, Taipei, Shanghai, Beijing, Chengdu, one R&D center in Beijing, one digital innovation center in Guangzhou, eight manufacturing plants and eleven distribution centers. These locations combined employ more than 8000 people. We are recognized as the “Huangpu School” of the business communities and seen as one of the best companies in talent development. For the past years, we have been considered as the Most Attractive Employer in our industry by Universum.
P&G is one of the world’s largest consumer packaged goods companies; our operations in Nigeria span across two decades with an enduring commitment to ‘touch and improve’ the lives of our consumers.
P&G commenced operations in Nigeria in 1992 and started local production of Always sanitary pads and Vicks throat drops at our production facilities in Ibadan, Oyo State in 1993. P&G Nigeria has its head offices in Lagos with a manufacturing plant in Ibadan and another in Agbara, Ogun State.
With a strong portfolio of six leading brands: Pampers, Ariel, Always, Oral B, Gillette and Safeguard, we bring world-class standards to Nigeria. We raise consumer satisfaction and market standards and offer the latest product technology to meet the needs and budgets of our wide range of consumers.
As a good corporate citizen, we have a long history of giving back to those in need. We do this through programs that help to make everyday life better for people in Nigeria, focusing on three key pillars: Citizenship, Leadership and Innovation.
Every day Royal FrieslandCampina provides millions of consumers all over the world with food that is rich in valuable nutrients from milk
organisationour products find their way to more than 100 countries
Our products find their way to more than 100 countries
With annual revenue of 11.6 billion euros, FrieslandCampina is one of the world’s largest dairy companies.
FrieslandCampina dairy products are exported worldwide
FrieslandCampina produces and sells consumer products such as dairy-based beverages, infant nutrition, cheese and desserts in many European countries, in Asia and in Africa via its own subsidiaries. Dairy products are also exported worldwide from the Netherlands. In addition, products are supplied to professional customers, including cream and butter products to bakeries and catering companies. FrieslandCampina sells ingredients and half-finished products to manufacturers of infant nutrition, the food industry and the pharmaceutical sector around the world.
Offices in 34 countries
FrieslandCampina has branch offices in 34 countries and employs 23,769 people. FrieslandCampina’s products find their way to more than 100 countries. The Company’s central office is based in Amersfoort, the Netherlands. FrieslandCampina’s activities are divided into four market-oriented business groups:
FrieslandCampina Consumer Dairy
FrieslandCampina Specialised Nutrition
FrieslandCampina Dairy Essentials
For more about these Business Groups please see our organogram.
Owned by the cooperative
The Company is fully owned by Zuivelcoöperatie FrieslandCampina U.A., with 18,261 member dairy farmers in the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium one of the world’s largest dairy cooperatives.
Since the establishment of the company in 1996, Sino Agro-chemical Industry Ltd. Has consistently stuck to the core value of "creating and sharing" and been committed to provide suitable crop protection solutions to the global clients and growers with our superior technical support and services.
Through years of unremitting efforts, we have been dedicated to the improvement of our technologies to develop environment-friendly formulations and mixtures with improved efficiency-oriented recipes. Meanwhile we have received good reputation from clients worldwide constantly, and we′ve never stopped technology improvement and innovation. We will keep on technology research and recipes innovation by cooperating with different research institutes and companies.
With the faith of "Quality first, Service foremost", our products are selective to meet clients′ increasing and superior standards. Compliance of registration dossiers, in-time delivery & information updating to clients and professional Crop-protection solutions to worldwide growers are Sino Agro service′s highlight.
We appreciate your persistent attention and support to our company. We are willing to cooperate with our partners for long-term development and work together to create a bright future for the world′s green agriculture. We will provide our best and one-stop service to you here. Whatever you need here. Please feel free to contact us if you have any more questions or requests!
Sincerity, Innovation, Practicality and Harmony
Aggressive and Creative
Creating, Sharing and Cherishing
To be one of the most influential corporate in plant protection
"Enjoying together around good food" defines the essence of GBfoods, the group that brings together the multi-local reality and the entrepreneurial and innovative spirit that has accompanied the various companies and local brands that shape it since its creation 80 years ago.
Today, with a turnover of 758 million euros and a team of over 2000 employees, the Group is present with its daily meal products in Spain, Italy, Netherlands, Russia, CIS Republics, in 30 countries in Africa and the Middle East through prestigious brands as Gallina Blanca, Star, Jumbo, Grand'Italia and Gino.
Its innovative character, the local recipes, its commitment to society and to an optimal nutrition through daily meals of which its products are part of, are the key of its success.
The goal and purpose of GBfoods focuses on helping people to be happy by sharing memorable moments together. Moments around something that unites us: good food.
Good food is part of our lives. It has always been with us and we have always enjoyed it.
It has to be shared because we believe a good meal is much better in company.
This means it’s our job to develop:
Tasty and authentic food
With a local touch
That can be enjoyed wherever you are
That becomes part of people’s everyday lives and special events
Tolaram Group was founded in 1948 in Indonesia. Headquartered in Singapore, the Group has existing operations in Asia, Africa, and Europe with products sold to over 75 countries.
With 70 years of entrepreneurial experience across four generations, the business has evolved from retail to trading, to manufacturing and brand building. We are present in a number of industries including Fast-Moving Consumer Goods, Digital Services, Energy, Infrastructure, Real Estate, Textiles and Financial Services.
Our culture is shaped by our guiding values:
Trust, Respect, Commitment, Courage, and Humility.
They stand at the core of everything we do and help us to honour where we came from and what we have learnt along the way.
To be a company aligned with its values
To establish world-class companies in the spheres of Consumer Goods and Digital Services.
Tolaram is structured as a Trust with Ishk Tolaram Foundation as a 25% beneficiary.
Unilever is one of the world’s leading consumer goods companies, making and selling around 400 brands in more than 190 countries.
Make sustainable living commonplace
Every day, 2.5 billion people use our products to look good, feel good and get more out of life. That’s about a third of the global population choosing from household names such as Lipton, Knorr, Dove and Hellmann’s, and iconic local brands like Bango in Indonesia and Suave in the US. In fact, thirteen of the world’s top 50 brands are owned by Unilever.
Our geographic reach gives us an unparalleled global presence, including a unique position in emerging markets which generate 58% of our turnover.
Our business activities span a complex, global value chain. We work with thousands of suppliers and spend around €34 billion on goods and services, including approximately €13 billion on ingredients and raw materials, which are made into products in our 300+ factories across 69 countries. These products are then distributed to 25 million retailers, from supermarkets to small convenience stores, and through other fast-growing channels such as e-commerce and direct-to-consumer. We are also the second largest advertiser in the world, based on media spend.
Number of countries we operate in
Number of people we employ
Amount we invest in R&D every year
With this kind of scale comes responsibility
We live in an increasingly uncertain and volatile world. Temperatures are rising, droughts are more frequent, food supplies are increasingly scarce, the gap between rich and poor is growing, and billions still do not have access to basic hygiene and sanitation.
But society is changing. There’s a growing shift towards more meaningful and sustainable consumption, with individuals increasingly taking personal responsibility for the impact of their purchasing decisions.
That’s why our purpose is simple: to make sustainable living commonplace.
By that we mean helping to create a world where we can all live well and within the natural limits of the planet.
And together with our wider community – of partners, suppliers and citizens – we’re making progress.
This is being driven today by the same pioneering spirit that launched Unilever back in the 1890s, with a humble bar of soap that helped make cleanliness commonplace in Victorian England.
As we grow the business, we’re actively working to:
Health & well-being
Help more than a billion people improve their health and well-being
Halve our environmental impact
Enhance the livelihoods of millions of people
These bold ambitions are the heart of the Unilever Sustainable Living Plan. Launched in 2010, it’s proving that responsible business is good business by driving growth and building trust, cutting costs and reducing risk.
of turnover growth in 2017 from our sustainable living brands
countries we are the ‘Most desired employer’
of energy costs avoided via eco-efficiency since 2008
agricultural raw materials sustainably sourced
Sustainability fuels innovation
Water scarcity is a huge problem in many parts of the world. So we develop water-smart products, work with suppliers and farmers to help them manage it better, and use less in our factories.
Waste, on the other hand, is on the rise. So we’re helping create a more circular economy by rethinking our plastic packaging and generating energy from our manufacturing waste.
Our plans to become carbon positive by 2030 include sourcing 100% of our energy across all our operations from renewable sources, installing more climate-friendly ice cream cabinets and reducing our transport emissions.
Brands with big plans
Our Sustainable Living brands – those that have a clear purpose relating to a social or environmental concern, and contribute to the USLP – are inspiring people and making a genuine difference. For example, Dove helps young people build self-esteem, our Dirt is Good laundry brands encourage kids to enjoy real play, and Knorr is working to change the food system from farm to fork.
W. J. Bush’s products are well known throughout Africa and the Middle east, through its old and well established brand names such as the Bint El Sudan, Geka, Marina, Sasorabia, Twenty Fragrances, Matskin, etc. With a history going back almost one hundred years.
Over the years the company grew and became well established in the production of perfumes and cosmetics.
From May 1996,W. J. Bush embarked on an expansion programme and diversification into soap manufacture, producing good quality laundry, toilet and antiseptic soaps such as Polo, Royal Princess, Geka, Septol etc. and within this short period have managed to establish a presence in the market nationwide by producing good quality soaps at affordable prices.
Wilson’s Juice Co. presents a compelling opportunity for anyone seeking to be part of an early-stage fast growing, indigenous African beverage company that is poised for long-term success. Wilson’s is Nigeria’s premier not-from-concentrate beverage brand—providing a much-needed healthy alternative to the artificially coloured and sweetened drinks in the market. The popularity of the brand is further demonstrated by prime shelf space in many of Nigeria’s largest modern-retail chains—Shoprite, Park N’ Shop, GAME, Best Choice, Sweet Sensation, City Dia, City Serve etc. as well as notable features on media platforms such as CNN, CNBC, The Economist, CCTV, Reuters, NTA , and Africa Starup TV to name only a few. Between 2013-2017, Wilson’s has grown revenues nearly 800% while extending availability to over 1000 individual points nationwide.
Wilson’s operates in an over $5 billion juice, juice drink, teas and flavored water industry growing 10% per year. Both global and local trends suggest more rapid and continuous growth whilst local supply barely exceeds 25% of demand. Wilson’s goal is to be Nigeria’s leading “natural beverage” company, providing more natural options for Nigeria’s growing population of health-conscious, diet soda and from-concentrate juice drinkers.
Co-founders, Seun and Seyi Abolaji are brothers who returned to Nigeria dedicated to creating better for themselves, their community and their country. Seun earned his first degree from Emory University in Atlanta and his Doctorate in Pharmacy from University of Colorado Health Sciences. Seyi earned his degree from Stanford University. Seun focuses on Marketing and Sales aspects while Seyi focuses on the Operations and Finance. The brothers have built a dynamic and dedicated team that drive the day-to-day business activities.
Wilson’s directly employs over 40–and indirectly well over 200–young, bright and driven Nigerians with an over 70% female workforce. The Company’s commitment to sourcing locally and processing real-fruit based products enhances the livelihood and socio-economic condition of hundreds of smallholder farmers and youths—especially women—in rural communities.
Wilson’s is pursuing attractive growth opportunities in hotels, event centers, corporate partnerships, eateries and informal market segments—which account for over 95% of Nigeria’s daily commerce.
Wilson’s is currently looking to expand across Nigeria as well as into pan-African markets—beginning with West Africa. Wilson’s has a loyal and growing following of customers who have made the product one of the best-selling in its category—not-from-concentrate juices and natural beverages.
Wilson’s strategy is to (i) build strong brand identity associated with health, aspiration, joy and a fun filled lifestyle, (ii) significantly expand operational and distribution partnerships, (iii) promote rapid sales growth among the young professional class in Nigeria’s largest cities and (iv) drive continuous operational improvements and efficiencies to maintain cost advantages over competitors. This will enable more aggressive pricing to continue expansion through Nigeria and the larger region.
(CNN)-They started out selling cups of lemonade at their college, but now two brothers have built a company in Nigeria which distributes its juice in over 650 locations in 18 states in Africa’s second largest economy.
ZTE Corporation is a global leader in telecommunications and information technology. Founded in 1985 and listed on both the Hong Kong and Shenzhen Stock Exchanges, the company has been committed to providing integrated end-to-end innovations to deliver excellence and value to consumers, carriers, businesses and public sector customers from over 160 countries around the world to enable increased connectivity and productivity.
ZTE believes in technology innovation as a core value of the company, investing more than 10% of annual revenue in R&D. The company has established state-of-the-art global R&D centres in USA, Sweden, China and so forth. ZTE has filed applications for more than 73,000 patents, with over 35,000 granted. Since 2010, ZTE has been ranked among the world’s Top-5 for patent applications under the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) each year, according to the World Intellectual Property Organization.
As a member of the UN Global Compact, ZTE is committed to a vision of balanced, sustainable development in the social, environmental and economic arenas. Promoting freedom of communication around the world, the company has incorporated innovation, technological convergence and the concept of "going green" into the product life cycle. This includes R&D, production, logistics and customer service. The company is also committed to maximizing energy efficiency and minimizing carbon emissions.
With Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) a key priority for the company, ZTE played an active role in relief efforts following events such as the 2015 earthquake in Nepal. ZTE also established the ZTE Special Children Care Fund, the largest charity fund of its kind in China.
Looking forward, the company will be committed to becoming a pioneer in telecommunications industry, taking the lead in standardization, technical perspective and commercialization, and driving innovations in telecommunications and ICT globally as the business and technology needs of the industry continue to evolve.
Mission & Vision
Corporate Vision：To enable connectivity and trust everywhere
Corporate Mission：To connect the world with continuous innovation for a better future