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Ismail El Khalil, Founder and CEO of ICP (Ivory Cocoa Products), presents the company and its competitive advantages. He also shares his vision for the future of ICP in Ivory Coast. Add a comment Continue
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25 May 2017 |
Sandra Francisco
Marcopolis.net presents the list of the main agriculture and agribusiness companies in Ivory Coast. Some of the players mentioned in this list include renowned names such as Olam Group, SIFCA, Cargill Continue
24 May 2017 |
Sandra Francisco
Outspan Ivoire is an exporter of cocoa and subsidiary of the Olam Group, a leading agribusiness actor, operating from seed to shelf in 70 countries, supplying food and industrial raw materials to Continue
24 May 2017 |
Sandra Francisco
SACO is an Ivorian subsidiary of the Barry Callebaut Group, one of the world's largest cocoa producers and grinders, with an average annual production of 1.7 million tonnes of cocoa. Continue
24 May 2017 |
Sandra Francisco
SAF Cacao was founded in 2004. Since then the company has become one of the largest cocoa bean traders in Ivory Coast, together with giants such as Barry Callebaut (SACO) and Cargill West Africa. Continue
24 May 2017 |
Sandra Francisco
SDTM-CI covers 70% of the rice market in Ivory Coast. It also distributes all the products of the Carré d'Or Group, as well as local and imported goods through its distribution network spread all Continue
24 May 2017 |
Sandra Francisco
Olam group operates throughout Ivory Coast, sourcing cocoa, coffee, cotton, cashew, and rubber directly from over 125,000 partner farm families, and via a vast network of local traders. Continue
19 April 2017 |
Sandra Francisco
Ivory Cocoa Products (ICP) est une société de transformation de fèves de cacao basée à San-Pédro et créée en 2010. Elle a démarré son exploitation au cours de la campagne 2012/2013 lancée Continue
Toussaint N'Guessan, Président de l'OMCC (Organisation Mondiale des Cultivateurs de Cacao)
Toussaint N'Guessan partage son point de vue sur la situation actuelle des producteurs de Continue
07 April 2017 |
Sandra Francisco
Toussaint N'Guessan, Président de l'Organisation Mondiale des Cultivateurs de Cacao, dresse un bilan de l'OMCC et parle de ses ambitions à long terme. Continue
06 April 2017 |
Sandra Francisco
Sania Cie is a leader in the production of refined palm oil products (olein, stearin, palm fatty acid distillate and margarine), with the largest palm oil refining plant in Africa. Continue
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25 May 2017 |
Sandra Francisco
Marcopolis.net presents the list of the main agriculture and agribusiness companies in Ivory Coast. Some of the players mentioned in this list include renowned names such as Olam Group, SIFCA, Cargill Continue
24 May 2017 |
Sandra Francisco
Outspan Ivoire is an exporter of cocoa and subsidiary of the Olam Group, a leading agribusiness actor, operating from seed to shelf in 70 countries, supplying food and industrial raw materials to Continue
24 May 2017 |
Sandra Francisco
SACO is an Ivorian subsidiary of the Barry Callebaut Group, one of the world's largest cocoa producers and grinders, with an average annual production of 1.7 million tonnes of cocoa. Continue
24 May 2017 |
Sandra Francisco
SAF Cacao was founded in 2004. Since then the company has become one of the largest cocoa bean traders in Ivory Coast, together with giants such as Barry Callebaut (SACO) and Cargill West Africa. Continue
24 May 2017 |
Sandra Francisco
SDTM-CI covers 70% of the rice market in Ivory Coast. It also distributes all the products of the Carré d'Or Group, as well as local and imported goods through its distribution network spread all Continue
24 May 2017 |
Sandra Francisco
Olam group operates throughout Ivory Coast, sourcing cocoa, coffee, cotton, cashew, and rubber directly from over 125,000 partner farm families, and via a vast network of local traders. Continue
06 April 2017 |
Sandra Francisco
Sania Cie is a leader in the production of refined palm oil products (olein, stearin, palm fatty acid distillate and margarine), with the largest palm oil refining plant in Africa. Continue
06 August 2015 |
Sandra Francisco
SIFCA was founded in 1964 and is based in Abidjan, Ivory Coast. Through its subsidiaries, the group cultivates, processes and markets palm oil, natural rubber and sugar. Continue
06 August 2015 |
Sandra Francisco
Active in Ivory Coast since 1997, Cargill employs over 470 people in the country, where its main activities include the production of cocoa products such as cocoa liquor, butter and powder. Continue
07 February 2012 |
Ben Novak
View the list of the main agro-industrial companies in Ivory Coast. The country produces many agricultural products, but the transformation of these products still remains limited. Continue
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Toussaint N'Guessan, Président de l'OMCC (Organisation Mondiale des Cultivateurs de Cacao)
Toussaint N'Guessan partage son point de vue sur la situation actuelle des producteurs de Continue
Ismail El Khalil, Founder and CEO of ICP (Ivory Cocoa Products)
Ivory Coast is the biggest producer of cocoa in the world. Production is estimated to be Continue
Sylvain Gotta, Directeur Général de la SIPRA (Société Ivoirienne de Productions Animales)
Sylvain Gotta parle de l'évolution du secteur agricole en Côte d'Ivoire et présente la Continue
Jean-Marie Ackah, President of SIPRA (Société Ivoirienne de Productions Animales) and President of UGE (Union des Grandes Entreprises Industrielles de Côte d’Ivoire)
When you want to encourage processing, when you want investors to come for that purpose, you Continue
Jean-Marie Ackah, Président de SIPRA (Société Ivoirienne de Productions Animales) et Président de l'UGE (Union des Grandes Entreprises Industrielles de Côte d’Ivoire)
Quand on veut encourager la transformation, quand on veut que les investisseurs viennent Continue
Sanogo Malamine, General Director of the Cotton and Cashew Council
Our objectives at the moment are to increase our processing levels and to transform Continue
Dr Yté Wongbé, General Director of CNRA (Centre National de Recherche Agronomique de Côte d'Ivoire)
Dr Yté Wongbé, General Director of CNRA (Centre National de Recherche Agronomique de Côte Continue
Bertrand Vignes, CEO of SIFCA
Bertrand Vignes gives his assessment of the agro-industrial sector in Côte d'Ivoire and Continue
Sylvain Gotta, General Manager of SIPRA (Société Ivoirienne de Productions Animales)
Sylvain Gotta, General Manager of SIPRA (Société Ivoirienne de Productions Animales) Continue
Dr. Tiémoko Yo, Director Géneral de CNRA
Dr. Tiémoko Yo, Director Géneral de CNRA Le CNRA est une société principaux de Continue
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07 April 2017 |
Sandra Francisco
Toussaint N'Guessan, Président de l'Organisation Mondiale des Cultivateurs de Cacao, dresse un bilan de l'OMCC et parle de ses ambitions à long terme. Continue
21 March 2017 |
Sandra Francisco
Ismail El Khalil, Founder and CEO of ICP (Ivory Cocoa Products), presents the company and its competitive advantages. He also shares his vision for the future of ICP in Ivory Coast. Continue
07 February 2017 |
Sandra Francisco
Sylvain Gotta, Directeur Général de la SIPRA (Société Ivoirienne de Productions Animales), évoque les défis auxquels l'entreprise doit faire face et parle de son ambition de bâtir un groupe Continue
16 March 2015 |
Sandra Francisco
Sanogo Malamine, General Director of the Cotton and Cashew Council (Conseil du Coton et de l'Anarcade), gives an overview of both segments in Ivory Coast. Continue
10 December 2014 |
Ben Novak
Dr Yté Wongbé, General Director of CNRA (Centre National de Recherche Agronomique de Côte d'Ivoire), the National Agronomic Research Center, talks about the missions and success cases of the Continue
27 August 2014 |
Ben Novak
Bertrand Vignes, CEO of SIFCA, gives an overview of the company's production in Côte d'Ivoire for the rubber, palm oil and sugar segments. Continue
24 July 2014 |
Ben Novak
Sylvain Gotta, General Manager of SIPRA, gives his overall vision for the poultry industry in Côte d'Ivoire, where SIPRA is the leader. Mr Gotta also discusses development in the Ivorian market Continue
21 December 2011 |
Ben Novak
In less than a century, the effects of economic growth and agricultural development left Côte d'Ivoire with less than 2.5 million hectares of primary forest out of the original 16 million hectares Continue
21 December 2011 |
Ben Novak
Consider the processing of commodities. In the coffee/cocoa sector, Côte d'Ivoire is now at 35% of the first-stage processing of local products. Continue
21 December 2011 |
Ben Novak
History and development of agriculture in Côte d'Ivoire. Continue
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19 April 2017 |
Sandra Francisco
Ivory Cocoa Products (ICP) est une société de transformation de fèves de cacao basée à San-Pédro et créée en 2010. Elle a démarré son exploitation au cours de la campagne 2012/2013 lancée Continue
03 April 2012 |
Ben Novak
Founded in 1964, SIFCA is the leading corporate group in West African agribusiness. With a workforce of over 29,000 located in five countries, SIFCA specializes in cultivating, processing, and Continue
02 January 2012 |
Ben Novak
Created in 1998, the CNRA has been Côte d'Ivoire's primary agricultural R&D agency, accounting for two-thirds of the total research capacity and over three-quarters of its agricultural Continue
02 January 2012 |
Ben Novak
The new government of Alassane Ouatarra has established a new approach to agriculture in Côte d'Ivoire called the National Agriculture Investment Program (NAIP). Its goals, according to Mamadou Continue
29 December 2011 |
Ben Novak
Agriculture is the backbone of Côte d’Ivoire’s economy. It employs 68% of the labor force, and accounts for 28% of GDP. While the prosperity of the companies and individuals in this sector is Continue