Nessim Trading Company Ltd

 Manufacturing

NESSIM Trading Company Ltd, a prominent operator in the Gambian flour and associated food products processing business, was founded as a Flour Milling and Processing Company on August 18, 2014, as a private limited liability company under the Gambia Companies Act 2013. Its asset base, which includes fixed assets and flour milling infrastructure, is worth millions of dollars. The company’s daily production capacity is now 300 metric tons of wheat, but this can be increased to 400 metric tons of wheat when operating at full capacity. The mill is staffed by a group of highly qualified and talented specialists who operate at peak efficiency.

  • Listing ID: 12798
  • Manufacture: FMCG, Food & Beverage
  • Size: 101-500 employees
  • Working Days: Monday to Saturday
  • Business Hours: 8am-5pm
Our contact details

No-27 Hagan Street, BanjulGambia Show phone number ***** https://nessimtrading.com/

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