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Arab Sudanese Blue Nile Agricultural Company (Agadi)

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Arab Sudanese Blue Nile Agricultural Company (Agadi)

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Established in 1982 to contribute to food security and fill the food gap by cultivating the most important field crops in rainfed lands, using zero tillage farming techniques, over an area of 219,000 feddans (92,000 hectares), including the production of Arabic Gum and fattening live stock.

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Republic of Sudan in the Agadi area, Blue Nile state, 570 km south of Khartoum

Contact address
  • Icon (+249) 155 150591 | (+249) 155 150592
  • Icon (+249) 183 741002
  • Icon asbanco@gmail.com
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Designed capacity

  • – Cultivable land with a total area of 166,000 feddans (69,700 hectares)
  • – Forests with a total area of 30,000 feddans
  • – Pastures with an area of 10,000 feddans

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Capital and shareholders

Authorized and paid-up capital is SDG168.8 million. The shareholders are:

  • – AAAID: 85.3%
  • – Government of Sudan – Ministry of Finance: 14.7%
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Average sales

The company's average sales for the last three years are approximately SDG 38.9 million

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Market share

Approximately 5% of total domestic production

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Company products

Rainfed cotton, sorghum, sunflower, maize millet and gum Arabic, production and sheep fattening

Learn about the investment opportunities in: Arab Sudanese Blue Nile Agricultural Company (Agadi)

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Contribute to the provision of operating capital to benefit from the full agricultural land available in the company.

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Diversifying the company's activity by introducing new activities such as calves fattening and fodder production.

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Provide government guarantee for funding funds to finance the supplementary irrigation canal.

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Engage in contractual partnerships for strategic crop cultivation.

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Purchase part of AAAID’s equity share.