Prince Izuchukwu Christian Ajamma is the son of Igwe (King) Ajamma of Nnokwa, Anambra State, Nigeria. He’s also the director of Inland Doors Limited. Prince is a graduate of the United States International University, Nairobi, Kenya.
In 2013, Prince returned back to Nigeria to take over the operations of his family’s business “Inland Doors Limited”. Faced by the harsh conditions of the country, Prince was set out to take his company to greater heights with modern technology and innovative ideas to position the business ahead of the competition and meet the daily demands of their clients.
As part of his expansion plan, a strategic partnership with foreign investors was set in motion.
About Inland Doors
Inland Doors is an international group from Nigeria, which is a world class door manufacturer and door solution provider. Due to their excellent performance achieved, they have become the designated door supplier for projects in Nigeria; with three branches based in Nigeria (Lagos, Nkpor & Awka Road in Anambra).
Though their main products include various door productions, they have also been able to branch out into the production of plastics, sack bags, and interlocking paving stones.
Moving back to Nigeria, Prince was faced with a number of challenges beyond his control. Such challenges include:
- Power supply: The power supply situation in Nigeria has proven to be a major challenge in the effective operation of Inland Doors, mainly in the plastic production sector. The hardly available electricity supply in Nigeria has seen the operations of Inland Doors run mostly on generators, which is very expensive due to the exorbitant cost of gas and maintenance.
- Skilled Engineers: Outsourcing for the right engineers has proven to be difficult; due to the fact that most of this engineers are excellent on paper, but seem to be lacking the needed and required skills on ground. This has led to the frequent breakdown of machinery and low production output.
- Raw Materials: The scarcity and frequent fluctuation of both the raw materials and prices has also led to poor production output. This affects the company negatively, as low production discourages clients from future commitments.
Opportunities Available For Foreign Investors
Inland Doors Limited is open to partnering with foreign and local investors in the plastic, doors and sack bag production sector.
Why Partner With Inland Doors?
- Location: The headquarters (Nkpor- Umuoji RD Anambra State.) is located in a strategic location, seating on approximately 15 Hectares of land.
- The demand of Plastic doors and Sack Bags is greater than the supply in Nigeria.
- Exclusivity: Inland Doors is the only factory that produces sack bags in Onitsha, Anambra state Nigeria. This makes your return of investment much easier.
- Government Policies: Thanks to the government drive to boost locally produced goods in Nigeria, there are very attractive incentives available such as: 0% duties on imported raw materials and exportation of locally produced goods. These policies are due to encourage more industries and employment in the country and to become big in the export sector of the economy.
- You are guaranteed a 100% return on profit after production.
For more info and serious investors, send an email to [email protected]
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