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Sudanese President inaugurates Sur clothing factory


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Sur Military and Civilian Clothing Factory

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Omar al-Bashir, President, Sudan; Dr. Khalid Bin Mohamed al-Attiyah, Minister of State for Defence Affairs; and Fikri Isik, Defence Minister, Turkey inaugurated the new phase of Sur military and civilian clothing factory jointly owned by Qatar, Sudan and Turkey.

The factory aims to provide high quality military, logistic and civilian products to the Middle East and Africa following global standards. New production lines are scheduled to open in the month of May this year. The Sur Company supports the Sudanese economy through exporting to Qatar, Turkey, Kenya, Somalia and other countries. The building of the Sur International Investment Company Ltd. was also inaugurated at the ceremony.

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Bashir said, “The factory represents a successful model of administration and investment and new technology, including enhancement of capacities and transfer of expertise. In addition, it provides new initiatives to better the environment, social responsibility and maintain the welfare of the labourers.” He also reaffirmed his determination to continue supporting the Sur factory to enable it achieve its goals to serve the international society by opening up global markets to service army alliances.


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