|#||Actual Signal Date||Investing Company||Parent Company||Revenue ( USD m)||Employees||Source country||Source State||Source City||Destination Region(s)||Destination Country(s)||Industry Sector(s)||Industry Cluster(s)||Industry Activity(s)||Description||Signals||Data source||Contact name (1)||Position (1)||Email (1)||Telephone (1)||Contact name (2)||Position (2)||Email (2)||Telephone (2)||Contact name (3)||Position (3)||Email (3)||Telephone (3)|
|1||Oct 2016||Pacific International Lines||Pacific International Lines||4632||Singapore||Singapore||Singapore||Ethiopia|Sudan||Transportation||Transportation, Warehousing & Storage||
Singapore-based Pacific International Lines, an international logistics
provider, is looking to invest in Sudan and Ethiopia. The plans form
part of the company’s strategy to invest in other parts of Africa
following the opening of a logistics centre in Egypt.
|New Investment Strategy||Teo Siong Seng||Managing Director|
|2||Oct 2013||Cevital||Cevital||4570||18000||Algeria||Bejaia||Bejaia||Sudan||Beverages|Food & tobacco||Food, Beverages & Tobacco||
Algeria-based Cevital, a food manufacturer, has announced plans to
expand its international operations into Sudan. The company expects to
invest $6bn in the Sudanese food industry as part of an ongoing
agreement with the government of Sudan. In the Khartoum region, 50
hectares have been allocated to Cevital alongside other arable areas
deemed suitable for joint venture initiatives.
|New Investment Strategy||Issad Rebrab||President|
|3||May 2013||Sameer Africa||Sameer Group||Kenya||Nairobi Area||Nairobi||Ethiopia|Somalia|Sudan|Zambia|Zimbabwe||Rubber||Transport Equipment||
Tyre producer and distributor Sameer Africa, a subsidiary of Kenya-based
Sameer Group, plans to expand its operations into several new regional
markets. The company has identified Zambia, Zimbabwe, Ethiopia, Sudan
and Somalia as being of particular interest.
|New Investment Strategy||Allan Walmsley||Managing Director, Sameer Africa|
|4||Feb 2011||China Communications Construction Company||China Communications Construction Company||70692.85||China||Beijing Municipality||Beijing||Sudan||Real estate||Construction||
Infrastructure and engineering group China Communications Construction
Company has won a $1.2bn contract to build a new international airport
in the Sudanese capital Khartoum. The new airport will feature a runway
long enough to handle giant Airbus A380s, a passenger terminal, hanger,
control tower and other facilities.
|New Overseas Supplier Contracts|
|5||Oct 2010||Autogen Manufacturing||Autogen Manufacturing||1.73||United Kingdom||Northern Ireland||Not Specified||Qatar|Sudan|UAE||Industrial equipment||Industrial||
Autogen Manufacturing, a company that designs and manufactures a range
of diesel powered generator systems has secured orders in the Middle
East worth 5m ($7.89) following support from Invest Northern Ireland.
The company has secured three major orders to supply companies based in
Dubai, Qatar and Sudan with bespoke generator systems. This will enable
it to develop new connections and secure future business opportunities
in these markets.
|New Overseas Supplier Contracts||Damian McCabe||Managing Director|
|6||Jun 2010||Hassad Food||Hassad Food||Qatar||Qatar||Doha||Argentina|Australia|Brazil|Cambodia|Georgia|India|Pakistan|Sudan|Turkey|Uruguay||Food & tobacco||Food, Beverages & Tobacco||
Hassad Food, the Qatar-based company established to secure food security
for Qatar, intends to invest between $500m and $700m in 2010 for
projects across the world. Some of the countries previously identified
by the company for investment include Australia, Brazil, Argentina,
Sudan, Turkey, Cambodia, India, Pakistan, Uruguay and Georgia.
|New Investment Strategy|