Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 February 2017 07:40 Written by East African Holdings Monday, 20 February 2017 15:09
The Chairman of East African Holding Group of Companies, Ato Buzuayehu Tadele Bizenu, was awarded the Honorary Doctorate Degree 2016 by Lincoln University, Oakland, California USA, on the 29th January, 2017 at a colorful ceremony held at the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa congress hall in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
The EAHSC group is one of the largest industrial conglomerates in Ethiopia engaged in various manufacturing and agricultural activities.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 February 2017 07:31 Written by East African Holdings Thursday, 20 October 2016 11:23
East African Agri-Business P.L.C has ventured into the Coffee business with its well-known Black Lion trademark. Introducing Black Lion Coffee which is handpicked, roasted and ground with utmost care. With its Fresh, mellow and bold body, it captures the distinctive Ethiopian aftertaste in every cup brewed.
Our Black Lion Coffee comes in 250gm, 500gm, and 1KG packages in both freshly roasted beans and ground coffee to cater the needs of our clients.
Black Lion Coffee drum roasts coffee beans daily in small batches and deliver promptly to our customers to ensure they enjoy maximum quality from our brand.
Ethiopia’s largest Edible Oil Factory Hameressa Edible Oil Share Company located in Harar Region, has been Sold to Ethio-Asian Industries PLC by the Privatization & Public Enterprises Supervising Agency (PPEPSA). Hameressa was handed over by PPESA’s Director General Beyene G/Meskel to Ethio Asian Industries PLC on Wednesday, October 29, 2014.
Hameressa which was founded in 1998 produces and markets refined edible oil products from different seeds such as groundnuts, sesame, and cotton seeds.
“To become the leading industrial group in the region by being the front runner in all the sectors we operate in and position the enterprise competitively in the dynamic global business environment.”
"To supply products that are leaders in quality, cost and customer satisfaction, through the integration of people, technology and systems.”
East African Holding Share Company (EAHSC) has restructured and now includes 12 core businesses:
We focus on these twelve integral entities and their strategies moving forward will be imperative to sustaining EAH’s long-term financial health.