- We are the main source of the supply of seedlings, implementation and supervision of major jojoba cultivation projects of the National Service Authority (the Armed Forces), Aramco Petroleum Company in Saudi Arabia, King Faisal University, the Holding Company of Drinking Water and Sanitation in Beni Suef and Assiut Petroleum Refining Company and the implementation of projects for a number of large private companies, large investors and small farmers in Egypt and abroad.
- The company depends in its performance on many distinguished cadres of highly qualified and agricultural engineers and more than one full-time doctor and university professor or workers with long scientific experiences. It includes project managers, engineers of all specializations, quantity and quality controllers, and other project management support staff in all areas in which the company operates.
The services provided by the company:
- We provide a full package of professional and practical services that suit clients' requirements and aspirations.
- Our services in the implementation and management of projects are based on transforming plans and specifications into reality as we organize and coordinate all resources, including labor, materials, raw materials, and equipment for the allocated budget. For achieving this, we provide the following services in addition to providing the strategic advice.
ALMASRIAH ALKHALIEGIA Company has the largest nurseries for the production of jojoba seedlings in the Arab world. The production capacity of the nurseries is estimated at about 5 million female jojoba seedlings from highly productive mothers selected in several farms of the company. They were elected on the basis of the high productivity qualities of these mothers and the quality of the characteristics of their oils resulting from pressing their seeds.
The company's nurseries are managed by a group of the most efficient engineers and professors in scientific research, desert research and Egyptian universities.
Supplying jojoba seedlings
Feminized jojoba seedlings produced from vegetative propagation of cuttings selected from highly productive mothers.