Case Studies - Sayga
- North Sudan
- 180,000 tonnes
Sayga is Sudan's premier food company and one of the country's most dynamic and successful organizations. Sayga is well-positioned to be Sudan's first regional food company and partner of choice.
In 1996, Sayga Flour Mills began producing Sayga's flagship product, high-quality bakery flour, supplying the dietary needs of the majority of the Sudanese population. This wheat-based flour is produced by highly sophisticated Swiss machinery with fully-automated production lines for flour, semolina and bran to meet the various requirements of both the retail and industrial food sectors.
With an equally powerful supply chain, Sayga boasts its own bulk-grain terminal and storage silos at Port Sudan, enabling the supply of our mills with approximately 1,500,000 MTs of grains, annually. Deliveries are handled through both road and rail transportation, including Sayga's own fleet of railway locomotives, shunter's and wagons. With a geographic presence in 90% of Sudan, growth will also be fuelled by providing supply services to third parties within Sudan and beyond. One such venture is through a newly established shipping agency.
The site has a total of 36 x 18 meter diameter by 20 rings, each silo holds 5,000 tonnes of grain which gives a total storage capacity of 180,000 tonnnes of storage.