Longrich International the multinational network company with professionalism in manufacturing organic health and cosmetic products is set to launch it’s first Africa factory at the Lekki Free Trade Zone Lagos.

The gigantic factory which is seated on a 53 hectares of land will employ one thousand Nigerian youths at commencement of work and also create different business opportunities for Nigerians and stand as hub for the distribution of the products to the African sub-region.

The $105million factory will not only research, develop and manufacture organic health and body care products, but will also help make more Nigerians to be industrious with it’s OEM Plans ( Original Equipment Manufacturing )
Which will enable anyone to come up with product plan and it will be designed and manufactured by Longrich and one can export to any part of the world.
This plan will boost the nation’s foreign exchange earnings from exportation of manufactured products to other part of the world.

Longrich has about nine research institute all over the world, and with their success stories from other part of the world, Longrich Nigeria will be modelled after the world class LONGLIQI Bio-Industrial Park in China which covers an area of more than 133 hectares and serves as location of LONGLIQI Bio-Science Co., Ltd.

In his recent 2-day working tour of Lekki Free Zone, the Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, with members of his cabinet including Commissioners – Tunji Bello (Environment and Water Resources), Gbenga Omotosho (Information and Strategy), Olayinka Oladunjoye (Commerce, Industry and Cooperatives), Idris Okanla Salako (Physical Planning and Urban Development), visited the Longrich Nigeria Factory.

He was received by the Vice President of Longrich Group & C.E.O, Longrich International Market, Mr. Alex Jia and some other Directors of Longrich International.

Welcoming the governor, Mr Alex jia thank the government of Lagos State for the support in opening up the Africa market through Longrich Nigeria.
In his word, he said “Nigeria stand to benefits more immensely from Longrich, we will not only manufacture our products but also more Nigerians will become manufacturers through our project plans”.
Furthermore he said “Longrich International has supported many Orphanage homes and less privileges throughout the country, especially during the pandemic, we donated foods, relief materials and protective equipments through our partners to schools and state governments”.

In his own remarks, the Governor stated that the state government is committed to fast tracking the development around the Free Zone Axis to be able to attract the right kind of investors.
In addition the Governor said “I have come here to see things for myself and given the initial reports I have seen, The Lagos Free Zone has indeed made tremendous improvement…. especially as last year (2020), being a difficult year for all of us and was such a good excuse for any investor to walk away but indeed you did not walk away and I want to thank you very very much for that.”

Longrich Nigeria will be the first of it’s kind in Africa.

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