WEST AFRICA – The Africa Development Solutions Group (ADS), a high-impact pan-African multinational present in more than 20 countries and 7 sectors, has officially launched its subsidiary West Africa Commodities (WAC) dedicated to the trading and processing of products agricultural.

Based in Côte d’Ivoire, one of the continent’s agricultural powerhouses, West Africa Commodities (WAC) is an ADS Group’s company. It aims to develop projects of production, local transformation, and trade of raw materials – such as natural rubber, cashew nuts, palm oil, or livestock – in a sustainable and responsible way.

It aims to develop projects for the production, local processing and trade of raw materials – such as natural rubber, cashew nuts, palm oil or livestock – in a sustainable and responsible way.

Committed to the local processing of African resources, WAC seeks to become a major player in the trading, production and sale of raw materials in West Africa.

“Investing in the local production and processing of our raw materials is fundamental to Africa’s local self-sufficiency and international leadership.

“The potential is immense and we are proud of this launch, which reflects the commitment of Africa Development Solutions to contribute to the economic and social well-being of African populations through innovative and sustainable solutions,” said Mr. Samba BATHILY, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Africa Development Solutions (ADS) group.

West Africa Commodities (WAC) is also present in Guinea. The company contributes to the strengthening of national agricultural production capacities, to the employability, training and professional integration of young people through the employment opportunities it offers.

“We place local communities at the heart of our development, with the firm’s belief that Africans are capable of facing all their challenges.

Therefore, we place great importance on building win-win, sustainable, and inclusive partnerships and promoting local agricultural expertise, as evidenced by the strategic choices of West Africa Commodities,” concluded Mr. Samba BATHILY.

With the launch of West Africa Commodities, the ADS Group reaffirms its position as a key industrial player in Africa, with significant financial and technical projection capacity.

The Group designs and implements innovative and sustainable solutions for African companies and organizations, while investing in various strategic sectors of the local economy.

Currently present in different sectors, ADS Group represents more than 700 employees in 18 African countries for a turnover annual turnover of more than US$240 million.

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