The Trade Kings Group says it is ready to break into the world market as it seeks to cement its place as one of one of Southern Africa’s leading producer of consumer goods.
The firm which is exhibiting at this year’s Yummex Middle East Expo in Dubai said it has received overwhelming response from expo attendees at the Expo.
The company said the Expo has provided a great opportunity to showcase its range of world class products to a global market.
The Expo which has been running since November 8th has seen Trade Kings representatives interacting with distributors, big wholesalers and retail chain stores.
In a statement, the firm says many distributors have shown interest in Trade Kings products mainly from Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Palestine, Jordan, Oman, UAE, Pakistan, DRC, Kenya, Iran, Uganda, Tanzania, Guinea, Ghana and UK and are keen to be Trade Kings distributors in their home countries.
Some of the products that have generated high interest include Fizz Wizz, Milkit Pops, Dent-O Gum, Eclairs Pops, Amazon Pops and Roll Gums.”
Yummex Middle East 2016, formerly known as Sweets & Snacks Middle East is the industry’s largest platform for sweets and snacks in the Middle East and North Africa region.
And the Trade Kings Group says the its future and opportunities for expansion have been greatly increased with President Edgar Chagwa Lungu’s vision and focus to develop the country’s industrial capacity.
The Trade Kings Group says it sees the statement from President Lungu on industrial development as an opportunity for the Trade Kings Group to take its world class products to the whole of Africa and the world at large.
The Trade Kings Group was recently awarded Best Manufacturer in Zambia 2016 by the Zambia Association of Manufacturers at its annual Manufacturers Awards Gala dinner.
“With increased government incentives and Trade Kings unwavering confidence in the Zambian economy, even during times of economic slowdown, Trade Kings believes that they are well equipped to approach the future on a positive note and gain massive strides in both local and international markets,” it said.