Bahraini company “Chocolate & Co.”, specialized in Chocolate industry, unveils its intention to double its production capacity up to two tons per day by early next year. the company which has a market value is currently about 1.5 million BD, said it decided to overcome the economic challenges through further expansion and modernization its machines, workers training, and increase efficiency yield.
“Chocolate & Co began its eighth year in Bahrain when its moving larger display and sell foreign markets various types of Chocolate”. The sales manager Mr. Mansour Izz al-Din said.
“The expansion will be mainly through increased factory space and the number of cars Plug and showrooms in Bahrain, In addition to entering new regional markets”. He add.
Ezzeddine, in a statement on the eve of the participation of “Chocolate & Co” within the Bahraini National Pavilion at Gulfood exhibition in Dubai the end of next February, added that the company which is based in Bahrain-based and operating in the Arabian Gulf countries as well as Morocco, India is seeking, through the exhibition to expand in regional markets through the establishment of showrooms or concession “Franchise”.
He pointed to the importance of participating in the Bahraini National Pavilion in “Gulfood” for agents and explore the horizon of the evolution of the food industry in general, especially at a time when economic challenges escalate as a result of falling oil prices.
This works “Chocolate & Co” in Bahrain since 2008 through its plant in the world to invest in the region limit, which produces various types Chocolate, owns a human cadre coach has a long experience in the field Chocolate industry.
Chocolate & Co. Company W.L.L. is a premium chocolates and confectionary manufacturing plant based in the Kingdom of Bahrain, producing and selling in wholesale and under private labels to retail chains and other customers region wide. Chocolate & Co. Company W.L.L. was launched in April 2008 and began production operations in July 2008. The Company currently has a medium sized production facility located in Sanad in the Kingdom of Bahrain, and is planning to shift in the near future to a much larger permanent facility located in the Bahrain International Investment Park.