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What we do?
Economy, Efficiency and Effectiveness, we practice the (3E) mantra in all our business
modules. We identify opportunities for trading of targeted products that have good margin,
and then engage with potential buyers. Once we have finalized the contracts with the buyers
through our various holding vehicles around the globe, we proceed with executing the
transaction using the funds entrusted to us by your investment.
We have been doing this for manganese, where we import from Zambia, for several years with
an above market return on investment for our investors. The contracts signed with our
customers and investors are governed by Dubai law, making it a safe vehicle for high-yield
With our experience in the Middle Eastern market, we operate on the conservative side with
regards to risks. Considering the current geopolitical situation, we always aim to keep our
cards close and do not take any amount of risk. Our risk-management strategy is explained to
all investors before we proceed with any investment.
We have been operating with market synergies when it comes to the two markets, for example
we import manganese from East Africa to the Middle East, and then export bitumen from the
Middle East to East Africa. Using our in-house logistics team, we have reduced our cost per
ton of freight and insurance to a minimal level, making our prices extremely competitive for
We also prefer to have our logistics in-house, and with our two decades of experience in
this industry, we are able to control the supply chain and document flow to ensure that
nothing falls through the cracks.
We have been working with trade houses and commodity traders from all over the world to
facilitate trade in the two regions of: East Africa and the Middle East. We have the
connections and experience needed to be able to procure, transport, and deliver a range of
different commodities, having traded in oil and gas, petrochemicals, bitumen, road
construction equipment and machinery, agro-products, fertilizers, and other commodities.
GF has planned to enter into the retail space in 2020 in three cities across the Middle
East, with the aim to have farmland to shelf control of the supply chain. We will also use
the vast network and connections that we have built to be able to procure our goods and gain
market share in the localities that we will start with.