Oasis de Vie - Clinique
On the 16th of November, the Mafricom Group opened its private clinic in Kinshasa.
The opening event gave the opportunity to divulge more about Oasis de Vie - Clinique, what is its concept, value proposition and main differentiating factors.
The Oasis de Vie - Clinique in Kinshasa, is a non-profit clinic, supported by a concept of proximity to people with a diversified health care offer thinking about the well-being of the population and focused on their real needs.
Oasis de Vie - Clinique has an experienced and reliable medical team supported by innovative equipment and technology to provide an excellent service to each patient.
Group Mafcom started its pharmaceutical business with medicines form Europe and Asia, also developing some products under its own label.
Acquired a coffee farm
Mafcom also acquired a coffee farm which is being rehabilitated.
Coffee to Germany, Spain and Portugal
Mafcom started to invest in Coffee by growing and exporting Angolan coffee to Germany, Spain and Portugal.
Frozen meat, fish and poultry business
The company started the frozen meat, fish and poultry business, and today it is one of the biggest importers and sellers.
New Energie brand name
We launched our solid yoghurt, also under the new Energie brand name.
Republic of Congo
Opened a center in the Republic of Congo to sell the same products.
Expanded into Angola
Group Mafricom/Mafcom expanded into Angola, where began selling used clothing and milk powder.
Started importing milk powder
Group Mafricom/Mafcom started importing milk powder from Ireland, selling tins, sacks and sachets of milk power to the mass market in Africa.
The beginning of our company
In 1991, Group Mafricom/Mafcom began as a trading company, importing quality and used clothing from Europe and America.
From the very start, Group Mafricomwas dedicated to supporting local communities and economies-an ideal that we still uphold today. Our first customers were generally women who bought bales of clothing, which they would then sell on individually in the market.
This did not only help generate an income for these women, but also gave people access to top quality, world-class clothing.