The Turkish “Karanfil Group” announced on Monday that it had built the biggest concrete facility in Libya, according to statement on its website.
The CEO of the group, Fatih Sari, said in the statement that they had spent 10 million dollars on the concrete production facility, and that they would keep up their work to reach an aim of $5o million in investment.
The statement added that the group “aims to employ 1000 people on the short and long terms to be able to produce 90 cubic meters of concrete an hour”.
The CEO of Karanfil Group said the concrete facility would play a massively significant role in rebuilding Libya.
He also said it would help supply the public and private sectors with concrete, adding that their work drew attention also in Libya’s neighboring countries such as Tunisia and Algeria as well as Morocco.
“At the first stage, we employed 250 people at the concrete factory and the number is expected to increase.” The statement added.
Karanfil Group has been working in Libya for 34 years in logistics, importation and production and it has future work-plans in the field of energy and petrochemicals, according to the statement.