Sensing the growing demand for quality products, Stallion invested heavily in infrastructure comprising warehousing, cold storages, factories, office buildings, showrooms, workshops, logistics equipment, transportation etc. Stallion established a stable infrastructure t[...] Date Posted: 10 Mar 2014
From the very beginning, Stallion's approach to business was highly consumer oriented - delivering the best quality product at the most economic pricing.
Sensing the growing demand for quality products, Stallion invested heavily in infrastructure comprising warehousing, cold storages, factories, office buildings, showrooms, workshops, logistics equipment, transportation etc.
Stallion established a stable infrastructure that supported optimal distribution of products at the most economic terms to its customers.
“Stallion also employed several thousand local staff and invested in their development through education, training and experience across industries.”
Today Stallion is one of the best managed conglomerates in West Africa handling key products like rice, fertilizers, edible oil, sugar, building materials and others.
The group also manages an exclusive brand portfolio of automobiles including Honda, Hyundai, Porsche, Volkswagen, Audi, Skoda, Mahindra and Ashok Leyland.
On the industrial front, Stallion has stabilized operations in rice milling, plastics, packaging, steel, vehicle assembly and other products.
Stallion's service sector covers shipping, vehicle leasing, home automation, office technologies, transportation and sustainability.
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