Yaoundé - 22 October 2019 -

Glass factory Socaver initiates customer visits to acquire new market shares

Glass factory Socaver initiates customer visits to acquire new market shares
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(Business in Cameroon) - Glass factory Société camerounaise de verrerie (Socaver), subsidiary of Société anonyme des brasseries du Cameroun (SABC), informs that it has initiated customer visits in West and Central Africa. The goal of these visits is to assess their level of satisfaction and inquire about their bottle, crates and plastic needs.

Socaver indicates that it could potentially supply 65 cl and 50 cl bottles to Brasseries du Congo (Heineken group). It also plans to get in contact with Bralico  in Congo and Brassivoire in Côte-d’Ivoire.

This national and international reconquest helped fill the 2019 order book. The sales team is already at work to sell the 36,000 tons that will be produced in 2020,” Socaver indicates.

It also reveals that it convinced some local clients to work with them again. Those are notably Guinness Cameroon SA and Union camerounaise des brasseries (UCB) that have not bought bottles from Socaver in the last ten years. It is also working with brewer BVS to develop new products and negotiations with Sofavinc.

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