An agricultural Cooperative in Cameroon is looking for an investor or financier to move their business from maize production in their farms to a maize transformation.
Any interested investor or financier can either be part of the deal on a long term mortgage loan that can extend to a period of even 10 years. After recovering all their interests and capital from the proceeds of the deal, the cooperative society will regain its full ownership of the transformation plan.
Still, any interested investor/financier can decide to invest in the maize transformation plant and become a shareholder of the cooperative.
Incentives and other Tax subventions from the government on agricultural products.
Reliable and steady local market from Local and regional brewery companies.
Availability of Maize stock as raw material from our over 25 local farms.
International grants from the World Bank and Government Agencies.
Already signed a supply contract with local markets such as Guinness and Brasseries du Cameroun.
There is only one existing local firm involved in such maize transformation activity.
The local firm is based over 250 km away from local breweries in Douala.
We already have a UK based company that is ready to train technical staff and set up a state of the art infrastructure that is cost-effective and sustainable and meet up local realities like in terms of reliable 24hrs power supply, integrated packaging system to reduce environmental pollution.
To promote the growth of the maize from crops to the final product after transformation.
This final product is in high demand by the local brewery industries such as Guinness and Brasseries du Cameroun for the use of making beer and other drinks.
We shall make more profits from selling the final product locally, then exporting just the maize crop overseas for further transformation.
Guaranteed Funds Repatriation from Cameroon to any account in the world of investors preference.
Secured turnover and profits margin.
We have an auxiliary branch in the UK that can stand as a guarantor for the invested funds.