Participation of Al-Kafeel public investments at Basra international exhibition

Al-Kafeel company for public investments, one of the companies of the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine, has booked a place in the Basra International comprehensive exhibition (trade fair session), which is currently held on the land of the port of al-Ma’qal, and is one of the largest international exhibitions held in Iraq, through a package products that pour all in the support of the local product and rely on Iraqi competencies.

The supervisor of the pavilion, Mr. Mustafa Ni’mah Mohammed, stated to Al-Kafeel Network, this is our first participation in this exhibition, and it came to complement a series of previous participations in international exhibitions, as the presence in such gatherings is one of the gates from which the company looks at the outside world to introduce its products and achievements, in addition to being an opportunity to see the products of other international companies".

"The participation was through a pavilion within the pavilions of the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine participating in the exhibition, which included a presentation of the company's products in addition to an introduction to the projects sponsored and supervised by it, through posters and introductory folders in addition to multiple media materials," he added.

"The most prominent displayed products are of pure natural honey produced by Al-Kafeel apiaries group, in addition to table eggs produced by the company's hatcheries, and quail eggs produced by the breeding project of this bird, which is characterized by its high nutritional value. The pavilion introduced also a group of current projects of the company such as sheep and calves breeding stations, wheat farms, farms of Khairat Aba al-Fadl al-Abbas (peace be upon him) for vegetable crops, and other projects".

"What distinguished our participation in this exhibition, is that our projects and products are purely Iraqi, aiming to contribute to the advancement of the national economy and rely on its natural resources and efficiency," he concluded.
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