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Cimbria focusing on Saudi Arabia and Sudan

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Cimbria is one of the world’s leading suppliers of grain, seed, storage and processing plants and is positioning itself to focus on Saudi Arabia and Sudan markets.

In line with the company’s sales strategy of having local representation in all primary markets and with the development of the industrial industry in the MENA region is of great interest to the company, Cimbria has set up a Liaison Office in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on 15th February 2016. The Saudi Arabia office will focus on the Saudi Arabia market and Sudan.

The daily management is carried out by Regional Sales Manager Abbas Mohammed Ibrahim who has an Agricultural engineering graduate since 1981 with over 18 years’ experience in post-harvest technology, grain storage and process engineering within the kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Middle East, including project management and after sales support.

In addition to, expertise in product development and new businesses facilitation and management through multinational incorporates within intercultural markets.

The company has indicated that it is pleased to bid Abbas Mohammed Ibrahim welcome in the Cimbria internal organisation.

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