African Industries, a diverse West African multinational company with more than 4,000 employees from over 10 countries worldwide has expanded its investment in Africa, mainly in Nigeria.
African Industries is recognised as one of the most successful multinational company in Nigeria.
Under the mentorship and guidance of their father Mr. Pk Gupta, brothers Raj and Alok Gupta have extended the business overseas thereby increasing revenue and overall assets.
Raj Gupta serves as Chairman of African Industries while his younger equally experienced brother, Alok Gupta, is Managing Director of African Industries.
Apart from Nigeria, the company is currently gearing towards further expansion across Africa.
The group, which currently operates in eight different locations within Nigeria, and exports its products to other West African nations, said the recent expansion is targeted at reaching more people abroad.
African Industries is playing a major role in reshaping the economic structure of Nigeria.
Alok Gupta, Managing Director of the Group, said the company is committed to the growth and development of Africa, stressing that African Industries will continue to invest in Nigeria through employment and social service.
Recently African Industries started their business operation in more than 10 countries within Africa, Middle East and Europe.
African Industries is a group of many successful businesses. One of which is African Foundries Ltd (AFL) and the largest in the group.
African Foundries Limited, a leading steel manufacturing company in Nigeria, has set its sight on becoming the biggest steel manufacturer in the country in the shortest period possible, hinging its drive on the consistent production of quality steel.
African Foundries, which is a subsidiary of African Industries Group, is currently producing high quality B500B Grade Rebars and Tiger TMT.
The main driving forces behind AFL’s goals are Raj Gupta, Alok Gupta and PK Gupta all of whom are major shareholders at African Industries Group.
In the coming years, the Gupta brothers aim to build the Nigerian infrastructural industry and also grow the economy through export, employment and expansion.
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