US Company To Construct Silos Across Sudan


The exclusive agent of a group of US companies in the Sudan and the Middle East, Mohammed Babeker, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Weira Engineering Company, approved the agreement of the largest US companies SCAFCO for the construction of silos throughout Sudan after the decision to lift the economic sanctions on Sudan.

Babaker said that a major American company working in the field of grain silos notified the Wira Engineering Group to proceed directly to introduce the latest technology in the field of installation and manufacture of silos to Sudan, pointing out that it is one of the oldest companies operating in many Arab and African countries.

Babikr said in a press statement that the Waira Engineering Group and its US partners involved in agriculture and agricultural equipment are now ready to enter large-scale agricultural projects with US funding and finance some other agricultural projects in Sudan.
European Companies

He praised the national and diplomatic efforts and efforts exerted by the executive and political apparatus in Sudan and the efforts of friendly countries, to lift the economic sanctions on Sudan. This will open the way for US companies and other companies from European and Arab countries to invest in Sudan, he said.

Babikr pointed to Sudan’s entry into the latest US technology in the field of drinking water purification and irrigation.

The company has so far import three types of modern water purifiers for individuals and residential groups, and treatment of water for irrigation of agricultural crops, to avoid any contamination that can be caused by stagnant water on farms and agricultural products.

Solar Energy

Solar energy technology, can be used for more than 500 times and stored for seven years without affecting the elimination of bacteria,fungi and water pollution on all water sources, he said, noting that the United States itself used the technique when hurricanes struck some areas in it, and it is now widespread in more than 85 countries around the world.

He added that the technology was classified as one of the best technologies in the world, under which the manufacturer was nominated among the top 100 companies around the world.

He added that the World Health Organization, in addition to the University of Arizona and Harvard University approved this technology, noting that the technology has now been provided in Sudan in three sizes, pointing to the approval of a number of US commercial banks to receive financial transfers from Sudan through the Agricultural Bank of Sudan.