The Turkish “Karanfil Group” announced Monday that it had established the largest concrete production facility in Libya.
So far, $10 million has been spent on the facility, Fatih Sari, CEO of the Karanfil Group said, adding that the company aims to increase investment up to $50 million.
The statement indicated that the facility, which aims to employ 1000 people in the medium and long terms, It will be able to produce up to 90 cubic meters of concrete per hour.
“Sari” indicated that the concrete production facility has an important role in the reconstruction of Libya until the demands of the state and the private sector are met.
He said that they could meet the requirements of the Turkish construction industry, if they launched projects in Libya, according to what was reported by “Anadolu Agency”.
He added that they captured attention not only at the level of Libya, but also from neighboring countries.
“There is already serious demand from Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria, and therefore we will work to increase investment, production and employment as soon as possible.” He added.
Sari continued: “A total of 250 people will be employed in the initial stage at the factory, and we expect that this number will increase to a thousand people.”
The company has been operating in Libya for 34 years, in the fields of logistics, supply and production, with future investment plans in the fields of petrochemicals and energy.