Amiran Kenya Ltd
Since its inception in 1963, Amiran Kenya Ltd has been a driving force behind the horticulture and floriculture industries in Kenya and throughout East Africa. Over the years Amiran has expanded its activities and is today a leader in telecommunications, water purification, solar energy, generators and more.
A part of the Balton CP group of companies headquartered in the United Kingdom and spread throughout Africa and Israel, Amiran Kenya provides complete solutions in all of its fields of expertise. From products and services to training and capacity building, the Amiran Kenya Ltd brand has become synonymous with the highest international standards of excellence.
Through decades of partnership with Kenya’s large and small scale growers, Amiran has become a “one-stop-shop” for all of Kenya’s agricultural needs. While playing a significant role in bringing the Kenyan floriculture industry to its place as a global leader, Amiran has also remained focused on the needs of horticulture and cereal growers.
Amiran Kenya’s agricultural basket of products includes chemicals, fertilizers, and seeds; large and small scale agro-projects using state of the art technology powering modern irrigation systems, climate control, and water measuring technologies. Amiran is also responsible for building and maintaining 90% of Kenya’s greenhouses. Complimenting all of these is a team of professional agronomists offering the best technical advice as well as innovative products aimed to achieve the best possible yields.
With the goal of expanding Amiran’s activities to additional fields, Amiran Communications Ltd was created in 1995. Starting out as Motorola’s authorized distributor in Kenya Amiran Communications has grown and diversified its activities becoming a leader in the supply and service of Close Circuit Television, Trunking Systems, Microwave Systems, 2 Way Systems and more. Amiran Communication’s expertise in the telecommunication sector is in high demand with new and innovative projects and technologies being brought in to the Kenyan market constantly.
Recently, as part of its Cooperate Social Responsibilities, Amiran has explored ways to partner with Kenya’s Donor and NGO community with the goal of utilizing Amiran’s unique abilities for the betterment of the people of Kenya. A unique line of products, among them the Family Drip System (FDS), a simple irrigation system tailor-made for the small farmer, has been identified in a genuine effort to help Kenya and her partners achieve Kenya’s food security and other development goals.
As a major player in the Kenyan economy, Amiran Kenya Ltd continues to stand by its age-old commitment to the Kenyan people and continues to work together with its partners for a better future for Kenya.
Amiran Kenya Contacts
Amiran Kenya Contacts: Amiran Kenya Ltd has been a driving force behind the horticulture and floriculture industries in Kenya and throughout East Africa, providing complete solutions in all of its fields of expertise that include greenhouse technology, drip irrigation systems, chemicals, fertilizers. Through decades of partnership with Kenya’s large and small scale growers, Amiran Kenya has become a “one stop shop” for all of Kenya’s agricultural needs.
African immigrants are among the most educated groups in the United States. Like their recent immigrant counterparts, Kenyan Americans give a high value to education. This has allowed them to find skilled positions.
Even during their initial adjustment period, Kenyan Americans usually do not require assistance like other immigrants, and they tend to have an overall high employment rate.
Also, most Kenyans are already fluent in English, giving them an even greater advantage over other immigrant groups. Most Kenyans gravitate toward technology fields. Many also enter health care professions, especially nursing. Smaller numbers become doctors, lawyers, college professors, and business owners and managers
Like other immigrant groups living in the US, Kenyan Americans have created many organizations.
These include the Kenya Diaspora Advisory Council, the Kenya American Association, the Kenyan-Cincinnati Association (“kcaweb”, whose goal is to facilitate Kenyan integration in social and cultural scopes in the Tri-State metropolitan area and promoting awareness of the culture of Kenya in the United States).
The Minnesota Kenyan International Development Association (“MKIDA”, formed in 2003, to improve education and the economy of the Kenyan Americans) and KACA (Kenyan Americans Community Association).
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Address: Airport North Rd, Nairobi, Kenya
Postal address: 30327-00100 Nairobi GPO
Phone:+254 719 095000
Fax: 254 20 824856-7 / 824837