Clients

Royal Emirates Group of companies

Capital 3 Ltd provides consultancy services to the Royal Emirates Group of companies, Dubai, UAE and His Highness Sheikh Butti Bin Suhail Al Maktoum since May, 2011.

Royal Emirates Group of Companies is an emerging leading group with diverse business interests in the local and international markets. Formed and chaired by His Royal Highness Sheikh Butti Bin Suhail Al Maktoum, the Royal Emirates Group has practically mirrored the development of modern Dubai, standing tall as one of the country’s most dynamic business groups today. Ably guided along by the visionary leadership of His Highness Sheikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the group has emerged as a valuable contributor to the development of United Arab Emirates.

Today, Royal Emirates Group’s highly diversified interests span a variety of fields represented by 64 group owned companies and brands. The group is also providing regional logistic and support to many house hold names. In its quest for further expansion and diversification, the group seeks to embark on joint ventures and projects with the international players who believe in chasing their dreams without compromising on business ethics.

Capital 3 Limited represents both the His Highness and the Royal Emirates Group of Companies in Nigeria. Please speak to Davis on +234(0)8054542525 or visit for more information about the Royal Emirates Group of Companies www.royalemiratesgroup.ae.

Chamotor

Chamotor provides transportation solutions and heavy-duty machinery to the developing world. Our transportation solutions provide efficient and affordable options to empower people and communities to travel and enrich their economy. Headquartered in Sunrise, Florida USA, Chamotor was founded by Chairman and CEO Philippe Lenoir, and is a company that specializes in the distribution of Buses, Light and Heavy-Duty Trucks, Heavy Equipment and Electric Vehicles.


The Center for Population and Reproductive Health (CPRH), founded in 2002, is making phenomenal contributions to research, education and leadership in the area of capacity building and development of the critical mass to champion the course of population activities and reproductive health issues. The Center is a collaborative effort of Bill and Melinda Institute for Population Reproductive Health, and College of Medicine, University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

The CPRH is a national response in the efforts to build leadership skills, strengthening national capacity in transferring relevant knowledge and program innovations as well as conducting research with community benefits.

CPRH uses S-ViD as the official Identity Card for their staff.

You can read more about this organization at http://cprh.com.ng

 

Safari Books is one of the foremost publishing houses in Nigeria. Run by the doyen of book publishing in the country, Chief Joop Berkhout OON, Safari can provide you with the complete range of publishing services.

On the publishing side, the company specialize in biographies and autobiographies, ensuring a high quality product, that is well written and beautifully produced, at a very reasonable price.

In special publishing services, it offers assistance and support to budding authors and have also published books written by reputable authors in Public/Political and Current Affairs, History and Essays, Economics and Customs Manual, Law, Medicine, Religion, Biography and Autobiography, Fiction and Poetry, Science and Technology, amongst others.

Safari Books Limited provides complete library supply services. All academic need for books and journals can be covered by its library supply team. Today Safari Books Limited is one of the major library suppliers. The company represents Mallory International, Springer, Proquest and ebrary and Thomson Reuters, supplying books and journals which are published overseas.

Safari Books Limited is well known for the quality of their work, employing a crop of well experienced and excellent editors in humanities and science. It offers book wholesale, library supply, supply of e-journals, e-books; the company also provides a tailor-made services to all its clients.

S-ViD is the official Identity Card for the company.

Get more details on Safari Books Limited at: http://safaribooks.com.ng

 

Performing Musicians Association of Nigeria (also known as Performing Musicians Employers’ Association Of Nigeria and abbreviated as PMAN) is an organisation founded by late Christy Essien-Igbokwe and late Sunny Okosu, in 1984 to guide, protect and promote the interests of musicians in the west African nation of Nigeria. Authorized by the government of Nigeria under the Trade Unions Act, the organisation also has the responsibility to regulate the practice of music profession in the country.

PMAN officially adopted S-ViD as its official Identity Card for its over 15 million members across the country. The project was partnered and powered by Airtel Telecommunications, the providers of Airtel Network brands. The partnership was valued at over N2 Billion.

For more information, please visit: http://www.pmanonline.net

It was happy hour when NURTW officially launched S-ViD as their Identity Card. In his remarks, the National President of NURTW, Alhaji Najeem Usman Yasin said the welfare of his constituency propelled him and members of the union’s executive council to decide to partner with Capital 3 Limited, Glo Mobile Network and 6 Banks on the project. He said the S-ViD will also help the union to have a comprehensive database of all members of the union pan Nigeria. He thanked Skye Bank for this support to power the insurance scheme and promised that all the members will key into it for their welfare.

Group Managing Director of Skye Bank, Mr Timothy Oguntayo who was represented by the Regional Director for North Operations, Mr Tope Adewuyi disclosed that the bank believes that organizational objectives could be attained through the provision of quality, timely and efficient service. “In this pursuit, it continues to conquer new frontiers in its operating environment and raising the bar of competition.”

Managing Director, Royal exchange Assurance, Mr Richard Borokinni, affirmed that claims arising from the scheme will be paid promptly once accidents involving NURTW members are properly documented and referred to the insurance company.

 

Deputy Corps Marshal of the Federal Road Safety Corps(FRSC), Mr Adeyemi Omidiji who attended the event said Capital 3 Limited’s SVID initiative is a major boost to the operations of the corps which is at the forefront of ensuring the sanctity and protection of lives on Nigerian roads.

In his statements, Otunba Abimbola Mosobalaje Davis, Chairman/CEO of Capital 3 Limited, the initiator and corporate owner of S-ViD was grateful to the 6 partners Banks led by Skye Bank Plc, 19 insurance companies led by Royal Exchange Plc, the lead broker, Hogg Robinson Nigeria Limited and Glo Mobile. He stated further that the beauty of the project is the welfare package which no organization in Africa provides now. He hopes the project would be adopted by other organizations and government agencies.

National Union of Road Transport Workers was founded on 6 October 1957 as a Union to protect the interest of all drivers in the country.

You can read more about this inside the S-ViD Newsletter

The National Troupe of Nigeria is the official and foremost performing arts institution of the Federal Government of Nigeria. Established with the purpose of promoting, preserving and propagating the Nigerian Culture, the troupe’s main operative areas includes: dance, drama, music, and children/youth theatre.

Our objectives:
• To encourage creativity in order to achieve excellence in the performing arts
• To encourage the discovery and development of talents in the performing arts
• To achieve high artistic productions specifically designed for National and International tours
• To ensure that its productions are geared towards National aspirations
• To encourage the development of children’s theatre
• To ensure the preservation of the repertoire of the troupe

S-ViD is the official Identity Card of this government Agency.

The Board

Otunba Abimbola Mosobalaje Davis – Chairman/CEO
Mrs. Olayinka M. A. Davis – Vice Chairman
Professor Sidi Osho – Non-Executive
Ms. Jummai Abdullahi – Executive Director
Mr. Tijani-Abimbola Sheriff – Executive Director
Ms. Doyinsola Zaccheus – Assistant Director
Mr. Adelola Idowu – General Manager
Mallam Adio Bello – Head, Human Resources

We are busy increasing our footprint across the Caribbean, Latin America and African continent. Chamotor was established to respond to the challenges in many of the emerging markets that may hold up development, specifically in transportation and machinery. Our business is primarily focused on the distribution of mass transit vehicles and industrial equipment and we back this up with our extensive expertise in service. Because we have the best people, technology and engineering, we create sustainable customer value with our competitive pricing, premium product quality and after-sales service support. One of the best tools that we offer is the credit and financing programs that we have established.

 

Capital 3 Limited represents Chamotor in Nigeria and our company signed 7,400 Units of Bus Supply to the National Union of Road Transport Workers recently. Please call Jummai on +234(0)8101036137 and visit www.chamotor.com for detail information about the company and its products.

China Hi-Tech Group Corporation

China Hi-Tech Group Corporation, a state-owned large-scale central enterprise supervised by The State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council (SASAC), was founded in Sep. 1998, by merge of companies under former Ministry of Textile Industry, namely, China Textile Machinery (Group) Co., Ltd., China Textile Industrial Corporation for Foreign Economic and Technical Cooperation, China Texmatech Co., Ltd., China National Chemical Fiber Corporation, China Silk Industrial Corporation etc.

In Dec. 2006, CHTC became one of the conducting companies of the Board of Directors system practicing under the supervision of SASAC, and a scientific and standard corporate governance structure being established. Currently, CHTC consists of 20 direct subsidiaries with more than 50,000 staff, in which there are 5 companies listed in the share market both in China and outside China with name as Jingwei Textile Machinery Co., Ltd. (000666) listed in Hong Kong stock market as well as in A share market in China, CHTC KAMA Co., Ltd. (900953) listed in B share market in China, Baoding Swan Co., Ltd. (000687) and China Garments Co., Ltd. (000902) listed in A share market in China, Fong’s Industries Company Limited (HK.00641) in Hong Kong share market. All the companies are spread in more than 20 provinces in China and 20 countries and regions..

China imported Three Million Metric Tonnes of cotton at the rate of $4,000.00 per MT from India, America and Australia. This amounted to $12,000,000,000.00 (Twelve Billion Dollars).

Capital 3 Limited represents China Hi-Tech Group Corporation and its subsidiary; Hantrong investment co., Ltd in Nigeria, Hantrong investment co., Ltd is a subsidiary of China Hi Tech Group (a large-scale wholly state-owned holding company under the supervision and administration of the State – Owned Assets supervision and Administration Commission of the state Council). Hantrong is one of the 12 enterprises with operational rights and license from Chinese Government to import petroleum and oil products including fuel oil (LPFO), gasoline, kerosene, diesel oil and other oil products. Hantrong invests and trade strategically on behalf of the Chinese government.

Apart from its mandate to source and import oil for Chinese government, Hantrong also identifies strategic investment opportunities in the countries where it undertakes trades for the government. Against this background, Hantrong has identified and leveraged on investment opportunities in five African countries especially in the areas of planting of cottons (Mali and Tanzania) establishment of textile Mills (Republic of Benin and Congo) and establishment of textile printing Mill (Congo – Kinshasa). This has invariably created employments and revenue generation values among others in those countries. Hantrong , through Capital 3 Limited has commenced discussions on opportunities of investing in the entire textile value chain covering growing cottons, establishing and or helping existing textile industries and textile printing mills in Nigeria leveraging on its experience in these five (5) African countries..

For more on China Hi-Tech, please visit www.chtgc.com

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