The Berium Group Ltd is a network of International subsidiaries in numerous Global locations providing an operating and strategic platform to secure long term, stable sources of varied bulk raw materials and semi-processed and refined commodities in order to ensure their effective delivery to known clients World-wide.
The business’ key Agricultural target commodities are Grains and Oil Seeds and Sugar; Coffee; Cocoa; Palm Oil; Cotton and Fertilisers.
The origination strategy of the Berium business is typically to procure agricultural commodities from the major low cost producing countries during peak season and then consolidate, fumigate and ship the products directly to clients across the World. The business’ partnership with multiple producers, partners and clients transcends boundaries when it comes to delivering commodities to developed economies, emerging markets and frontier economies across the globe.
Berium Group operates a comprehensive logistics interface, competitively sourcing and purchasing commodities and transporting them to a Port of loading. On loading, they are then shipped and transported through to end users, distributors and stockists across Africa and beyond.
The Group’s International operations are headquartered in Singapore. The primary African operations are managed from the Kenyan headquarters through Berium International Ltd. This operation is based in the capital city Nairobi.
The business is also represented and operates in Africa in Mombasa, Zambia, Mozambique, South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Democratic Republic of Congo, Angola, Libya, Mauritius, Tunisia and Namibia.
- Address: Pension Towers 14th floor, , Loita Street, Nairobi, Kenya, 00100
- Country: Kenya
- Tel: +254 733195206
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