Major Japanese Corporation Sojitz Eager to Invest in Kenya

    In an effort to deepen their investment in Kenya, a delegation from the Sojitz Corporation visited the Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM) to look into new areas of partnership.

    Since it began making investments in several African nations in the 1920s, Sojitz has made a significant impact on the continent.

    Its history began with the opening of its first office in Mombasa in 1926 with the goal of selling Cotton and Soda Ash to Japan.

    The business most recently increased its reach in 2020 when it established Sojitz East Africa Limited in Nairobi.

    Tokyo, Japan is home to Sojitz Corporation, a sogo shosha (general trading companies).

    It is involved in a wide range of companies both domestically and abroad, including the purchasing, selling, importing, and exporting of items, the production and sale of goods, the provision of services, and the planning and coordination of projects both in Japan and abroad.

    The seven divisions of Sojitz the Automotive Division, the Aerospace and Transportation Project Division, the Infrastructure and Healthcare Division, the Metals, Mineral Resources and Recycling Division, the Chemicals Division, the Consumer Industry and Agriculture Business Division, and the Retail Consumer Service Division are responsible for the company’s operations.

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