The Trophy For The Best Algerian Exporter In 2019 Awarded To Bomare Company

ALGIERS – The Trophy For The Best Algerian Non-hydrocarbon Exporting Company For The Year 2019 Was Awarded Thursday To The Private Company Bomare Company, Specialized In The Electronics Industry.

The award ceremony for the 17th edition of this trophy, organized in Algiers by the World Trade Center Algiers (WTCA), took place in the presence of the Minister of Commerce, Kamel Rezig, and several members of the government and executives of different institutions and organizations.

"Bomare Company has won this trophy which marks its 20th anniversary since the company was created on February 4, 2001 and it rewards the efforts of all the staff who will be motivated to export even more", declared its general manager, Ali Boumediene, specifying that in addition to the negotiations that are in progress with a German partner, Bomare Company already exports to three European and two African countries.

Three incentive prizes were also awarded by the jury: the first was won by the SPA Biskra Ciment, specialized in the production of cement which carried out its first export operation in 2017, the second went to Tosialy Algeria, which is active in the steel industry with the production of reinforcing bars and wire rod, while the SARL Groupe Industriel Sidi Bendehiba, specializing in the manufacture of wire rod, for its part, won the 3rd prize of encouragement from the jury.

The first-time exporter trophy was awarded to SPA Agrana fruit Algéria, which is a subsidiary of an Austrian group specializing in fruit processing and export.

The special jury prize was awarded to SPA TAYAL, specialized in textile industries with an integrated industrial complex that includes 15 factories and produces 750 tons of products.

It should be noted that the jury committee is made up of representatives of the WTCA, the national association of Algerian exporters (Anexal), the General Directorate of Customs, the Algerian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CACI), the National Agency for the Promotion of Foreign Trade (Algex) and the Algerian Confederation of Citizen Employers (CAPC).


Upcoming opening of the Debdeb and Taleb El Arbi border posts


During this event, the Minister of Commerce stressed that the government was doing all it could to facilitate exports, in particular through the fight against bureaucracy.

Mr. Rezig also noted that "virtually 99% of Algerian products are exportable and that all operators have to do is export", explaining that the listening committee set up at the level of the Ministry of Commerce was at available to exporters who can submit any problems they encounter to it.

The Minister also insisted on the efforts made by his department to simplify formalities and improve logistics, based on the results recorded in 2020 in terms of export revenues estimated at 2.6 billion dollars achieved in 6 months only, a little more than the amount of exports during the 12 months of 2019.

The minister who said he was "optimistic" about reaching the target set for the year 2021, i.e. $5 billion in exports, without ruling out the possibility of exceeding it. “This will be done thanks to concrete support measures for exporting companies,” he underlines.

In this regard, Mr. Rezig announced the forthcoming opening of the border posts of Debdeb in the wilaya of Illizi and that of Taleb Larbi in the wilaya of el oued, for the benefit of economic operators in order to further boost the export of Algerian products to foreign markets.

In addition, the minister mentioned the problem of the repatriation of currencies indicating that it was "supported" by the Ministry of Finance and the Bank of Algeria with which his department is working in collaboration to find a solution to this problem.

Source: APS

Our sincere thanks to the Sponsors and partners who contributed to the success of the 17th edition of the export trophy.
Our thanks also go to the #CIC (international conference center).