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P.E.D.R. (Algeria) Ltd.
Cite Frantz Fanon, Bt 30 No 07
35100 - Boumerdes
Petroleum Exploration Data Recovery
(Algeria) Limited, known as "P.E.D.R. (Algeria) Ltd" and commonly called
"P.E.D.R", is an Algerian company located at Boumerdes (the Petroleum Industry
Town of Algeria). The company started its activities in 1996, and took its current name in
1999. From the beginning, the company focused, with success, on meeting the expanded need
to use old E & P data by providing an appropriate link between this data and today's
new interpretation technology. Although P.E.D.R. (Algeria) Ltd. is an independent company,
it remains firmly linked with the North Africa market, and with all progress on this
matter. Services provided by P.E.D.R. (Algeria) Ltd. are specially oriented to help any
Petroleum Company to take greater advantage, in cost and in time, of available data.
Centre des affaires de Zeralda
Avenue des Frères Boussalem
ZERALDA - ALGIERS
Tel: (00) 184.108.40.206.16
Fax: (00) 220.127.116.11.50
BDO GENDROT ELDJAMA is an
Audit and Consulting firm incorporated under the act of commerce of Algeria by BDO GENDROT
the French BDO partner and BELAID ELDJAMA Public Accountant and Cma Canada. BDO GENDROT
ELDJAMA is member of BDO INTERNATIONAL witch is now present in Algeria as the 99th
- Advice on start-ups
- Preparation of investment project files
for Public authorities and banks
- Comprehensive assistance for foreign
- Privatization and negotiation
- Strategic planning
- Legal advice
- Tax planning
- Review and advice in business strategy
- Assistance in decision making process
- Financial analysis
- Financial reporting
- Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
- Feasibility analysis
- Litigation support
Route des dunes Chéraga. Tipaza
Tel: +213-21 36 09 69 à 75
Fax: +213-21 36 07 86
Marketing and distribution of petroleum
products and derived, in particular fuels and lubricants.
BO 206 207
Hassi-Messaoud, wilaya of Ouargla
Tel: 213 (0) 29 73 88 50 à 55
Fax: 213 (0) 29 73 84 06
Inheriting drilling heritage after the
reorganization of petroleum sector, ENTP, use the honored title from the elder in the
SONATRACH filial. ENTP has the ability of 35 years of experiences in drilling, essentially
in Algerian Sahara, punctuated by deserving mission in Tanzania, Albania, Yemen and
Tunisia. This experience ability rises up at 2000 work over and at 1400 drillings which 39
horizontal drillings. The ENTP service situates in front gas and petroleum production and
sometimes at besides, when occurred testing hole eruption such as ZARZAITINE in 1972 and
1979 and Rhoud Nouss in 1987.
The ENTP dynamism is reinforced by share holder decisions to raise imperatively the social
capital ( shares ) which is past over from 40 millions to 2400 millions Dinars ( local
Tel : 213 (0) 31 66 49 89 / 66 43 39 / 66 49 88
Fax : 213 (0) 31 66 48 84 / 85
Enasel is the largest Algerian producer and distributor of salt. The registered office of
Enasel is located in Constantine. Its production comes from the 5 salt-water marshes
located in Béthioua (Oran), Sidi Bouziane (Relizane), Guergour Lamri (Sétif), El
Méghaïer (El Oued) and Ouled Zouaï (Oum el Bouaghi) for an annual quantity of 300.000
tons of solar salt and a rock salt refinery of 50.000 tons located in El Outaya (Biskra).
Its production concerns all fields of
activity, namely : food, agriculture, pharmacy, cosmetic, industry, water processing and
Enasel has a manpower of 1100 agents for
its 9 distribution and production units spread throughout the national territory.
Route des Salines BP 326
Tel : (213) (0) 38 52 14 00 ( direct line)
Fax: (213) ( 0) 38 52 24 00
With a vision to acquire self-sufficiency
in fertilizer production, Asmidal Fertilizer Company was created in September 1984 from
the restructuring process of the oil Company Sonatrach Group. In December 1996, It became
a Society by Shares (SPA) and its shares capital stands at 2,3 billions AD, wholly owned
by the state
With its production potential, Asmidal is
acting as the leader within the local market, satisfying most of the agriculture needs and
ranking as one of the most dynamic exporting Algerian companies with a wide-range quality
of fertilizers.. The group holds capabilities, know-how and experience, which allow him to
become a potential partner for any future joint-ventures.
Asmidal is looking for potential partners
with whom to achieve the revamping of the existing production plants and to implement new
plants in partnership. This will allow the company to respond to the continuously growing
nitrogen demand and will guarantee its existence and its perennial activity.
National Enterprise of iron and phosphate
ZHUN II- BP 112-12000 Tébessa,
Tel: 213 (037) 49 47 82
Fax: 213 (037) 49 10 50
FERPHOS is one of the most important
miner enterprises in Algeria. In her mines exploitation activities, phosphate, iron and
pouzzolane , FERPHOS uses the most recent methods and technology , searches the best ,
employs qualified men , integrated and motivated. Based on three miner resources :
phosphate, iron ore and pouzzolane , and the solutions which respond the customers
reqcuierments, FERPHOS follows an increased strategy. To be done, FERPHOS works on
segments of local market with strong evolution potential and on those of the international
market which form real opportunities for the development and the increase of the market
parts. With this strategic orientation , FERPHOS aims to re-inforce and maintain her
position as a leader of her sector by the permanent improvement of her competition and her
ENSP (Entreprise de Services aux Puits)
is a large group of several divisions,
each one of them commited to provide a
segment of oil well services to the petroleum industry in Algeria. The services are
offered to the customer on the following basis.
- Performance of the job on a call basis
supervision whit ENSP supplying the equipment requested.
- Equipment and personnel rental on an
-Specialzed personnel rental to customer
for supervision, consultancy or any assistance in collaboration with customer technical
-ENSP is oranised in a decentralized
service units working under the umbrella of group.
-This autonomy confers to the different
divisions the possibility to operate very efficient way.
The majority of divisions are operating
since 1970.and provide exploration and developpment services to the algerian market.
Address: 12 Bd Zaatcha Biskra
Description: We are one of the largest producers/processors of
Deglet Nour dates in Algeria.
We are interested in buying clear plastic cups with lids. The cups
and lids can be thermoformed (PETE) or injection molded (PP). PP
must be clear.
The dimensions of these items are as follows:
* 48 oz. clear plastic round cups: 6.875" Diameter X 3.125" (175 mm
Dia X 79.4 mm)
* 7" clear plastic flat lids: 6.9375" Dia (176.2 mm)
* Shrink band to fit the dimensions above (this band is only
required for thermoformed parts)
NOTE: For the injection molded cups, the lid may be designed to be
temper proof. In other words, once closed it will require breaking
the seal around the lid.
We require 20, 000 units per month (or 240, 000 per year) of each
item listed above. The first shipment of 80, 000 units is required
by early March 2004. Please note that these orders are intended for
If you need further information regarding this request please dont
hesitate to send me an e-mail.
Address: B N 30 Cam Annaba
Tel: 00213 38 84 81 18
Fax: 00213 38 84 81 18
Description: We have electric cable low and medium tension.
Company: Import Plywood
Description: We are a Algerian company imports plywood DBB/CC
1.20x2.440 thickness 3.6 mm to 18 mm.
The hydrocarbons sector is the backbone of the economy, accounting for roughly
60% of budget revenues, 30% of GDP, and over 95% of export earnings. Algeria has the
seventh-largest reserves of natural gas in the world and is the second-largest gas
exporter; it ranks 14th in oil reserves. Economic policy reforms supported by the IMF and
debt rescheduling from the Paris Club in the past decade have helped improve Algeria's
financial and macroeconomic indicators. Because of sustained high oil prices in the past
three years, Algeria's finances have further benefited from substantial trade surpluses
and record foreign exchange reserves. Real GDP has risen due to higher oil output and
increased government spending. The government's continued efforts to diversify the economy
by attracting foreign and domestic investment outside the energy sector, however, has had
little success in reducing high unemployment and improving living standards. Structural
reform within the economy moves ahead slowly.
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