Analysis of Major Chemical Distributors in the African Manufacturing and Mining Markets

Linkage with Local Partners Seen as the Best Route for Entering the African Chemicals Market


Countries with comparatively major industrial activities in Africa are South Africa, Egypt, Algeria, Nigeria, Morocco, and Kenya. There is lack of a well-developed manufacturing sector in a number of African countries. This has resulted in the presence of companies that are focused on supplying finished chemical products, rather than chemical raw materials. The African chemical industry is characterised by the presence of a number of international chemical distribution companies. Local partnership enables a quick entry into the targeted country and sectors as a lot of groundwork would have already been done. Foreign distributors would not have to face the cost of trying to establish themselves in the market.

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Scope of the StudyStudy ScopeKey Questions This Study Will AnswerAfrica OverviewAfrica Overview—Surface Area and PopulationAfrica Overview—EconomyAfrica Overview—GDP and Growth Rate ForecastAfrica Overview—Top 20 Real GDP ContributorsAfrica Overview—Top 20 Real GDP Contributors (continued)Africa Overview—Comparison of Industrial Output and GDPAfrica Overview—Top 15 Industrial Output ContributorsWorld Bank Global Ease of Doing Business RankingRegional OverviewSouthern Africa OverviewEastern Africa Overview Western Africa Overview Northern Africa Overview Market OverviewRegional Market OverviewEase of Doing Business RankingEase of Doing Business Ranking DiscussionEase of Doing Business Ranking Discussion (continued)Trade Balance for Major Chemical Product CategoriesCompany Profiles of Major Distributors in AfricaIndustry Best PracticesIndustry Best PracticesIndustry Best Practices ExplainedIndustry Best Practices Explained (continued)South AfricaSouth African Chemicals Sector OverviewSouth Africa—Highlighted Sectors in Chemicals, Materials, and Food South Africa Trade AnalysisSouth Africa Trade Analysis (continued)Typical Supply ChainCompany Profile—Protea Chemicals (Protea)IMCD South AfricaSenminOrkila Holding S.A.L. (Orkila)Crest ChemicalsCJP Chemicals (Pty) Ltd (CJP)NigeriaNigerian Chemicals Sector OverviewNigeria—Highlighted Sectors in Chemicals, Materials, and FoodTypical Supply ChainImport AnalysisCompany Profile—Orkila Holding S.A.L. (Orkila)Cormart (Nigeria) Limited Multichem Industries LimitedCayley Chemicals NigeriaEgyptEgyptian Chemicals Sector OverviewEgypt—Highlighted Sectors in Chemicals, Materials, and Food Typical Supply ChainCompany Profile—REDA ChemicalsSymriseEl-Mohandes Co.KenyaKenyan Chemicals Sector OverviewKenya—Highlighted Sectors in Chemicals, Materials, and Food Import AnalysisTypical Supply ChainCompany Profile—Orkila Holding S.A.L. (Orkila)Orbit Chemical Industries Ltd (Orbit)Desbro Trading LimitedPolychem East Africa Ltd.ConclusionConclusionConclusion (continued)Legal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryWho is Frost & SullivanWhat Makes Us UniqueTEAM MethodologyOur Global Footprint 40+ Offices




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