The spokesperson for Al-Ghazala Paints Factory in Misrata, Nasser Bin Shroud, told Libya Herald that the export process of its products to Niger has already begun. He said their first showroom has been opened in the Nigerien capital, Niamey, considering this the first step in opening export prospects for Al-Ghazala paints and building materials to Sub-Saharan Africa.
Largest shipment exported to ‘Made in Libya’ expo in March
After participating in the “Made in Libya” exhibition, which was held in March this year in Niamey, Ben Shroud said, under the special auspices of the Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity, Abd Alhamid Aldabaiba, the largest shipment of paints was exported to Niger with the encouragement and support of the Ministry of Industry and coordination with the Libyan Export Development Centre and the Libyan Industry Union.
Al-Ghazala products were liked at the exhibition
Ben Shroud added that the Al-Ghazala Paints showroom was opened in Niamey after completing all the legal procedures required and it was legally approved in Niger. This came especially after the Al-Ghazala products met everyone’s approval in terms of quality and competitive prices in the “Made in Libya” exhibition organized in Niger with the support of the Misrata Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture and the General Union of Chambers of Commerce.
12,000 different colours available
He pointed out that the Niamey Al-Ghazala Paints showroom includes the latest colouring system containing 12,000 colours, with the provision of all Al-Ghazala paint products such as water-based paints, car protection paints, wood paints, decorations, pastes, insulators, exterior paints, and road paints. In addition to this there is the ability of the Al-Ghazala Paints Factory in Misrata to cover any orders received from the Nigerian market regarding all types of paints and the quantities required in Niger or even in other African countries.