• Organization TypeGoods Supplier, Service Providers

Alliance Ginneries Ltd

About   They are a company who specialise in cotton Ginning. They have three main operations located in Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe. They are a family owned business and are proud to be handing over to the third generation. They pride ourselves in maintaining a strict code of conduct when doing any business. At Alliance Ginneries are conscious of their reputation among their clients and strive to always live up to their financial engagements in order to maintain their integrity. They are mindful of their environmental and civic duties; hence they strive to operate using a sustainable model. They are currently working with COMPAQI in all three of their locations in order to improve the lives of their farmers and to uplift them from poverty. They aim not only to work together with the farmers to get access to cotton and other food crops but also to aid them in following sustainable practices. Through training programmes they have shown farmers how to improve yields, hence get a higher income per hectare. The COMPAQI scheme is jointly funded between COMPAQI donors (DEG, GIZ and Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation) and Alliance Ginneries and they feel that the entire programme has been immensely successful. They are also partnered with Cotton Made in Africa, which is an initiative spearheaded by the aid by trade foundation. Together they aim to help people using trade
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Staff at Alliance Ginneries Ltd have experience in


  • banking system
  • media affairs / public relations
  • personnel / human resources
  • hardware
  • services


  • zambia


  • managerial experience

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Company Offices

  • Zimbabwe
  • Harare
  • No 26, Nuffield Road, Workington,
  • Tanzania
  • Bariadi
  • Plot No.1 and 2 Kasoli Village
  • Zambia
  • Lusaka
  • Villa 49, Millennium Village, Long Acres