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Ghabbour Group

Ghabbour Group
مجموعة غبور
Type Corporation
Industry Automotive industry
Founded 1960
Founders Kamal Ghabbour
Sadek Ghabbour
Headquarters Cairo, Egypt
Area served Middle East
Key people Dr. Raouf Ghabbour (CEO)
Nader Ghabbour (COO)
Dina Ghabbour (CBDO)
Mostafa El Mahdi (CFO)
Products Automobiles, Buses, Trucks and Motorcycles
Operating income 201.400.000 ج.م
Website ghabbourauto.com

The Ghabbour Group is an Egyptian manufacturer of automobiles, buses, trucks and motorcycles located in Cairo.[1][2]

The company was founded in 1960 by the brothers Kamal and Sadek Ghabbour because they realized that the automotive sector is a growing market. In its first time the company was named Ghabbour Brothers Today the Group is manufacturing vehicles for a lot of brands such as: Bajaj Auto, Hyundai and Volvo. With an output of annual 150,000 units is the Ghabbour Group currently the largest automobile manufacturer of Egypt.

Model overview

Fuso

Hyundai

Volvo Trucks

References

  1. ^ Ghabbour Group, World News.
  2. ^ "Company Profile for GB Auto SAE". in.reuters.com. Retrieved 10 August 2012. 

External links

  • Ghabbour Group website
  • Hyundai in Egypt
  • Mitsubishi Fuso (Dealer list)
  • Volvo Trucks in Egypt
  • Volvo Construction Equipment in Egypt
  • Ghabbour Group on the Egyptian Stick Exchange
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