Cevital Group meets Algerian skills
February 16 2017
It is as an official partner that Cevital Group takes part in this new edition of the Talents and Employment fair which will take place from 16 to 18 February 2017 in Algiers, at the Moufdi Zakaria Culture Palace (Palais de la Culture Moufdi Zakaria).
Together with its subsidiaries Brandt Algérie, MFG, UNO, Oxxo and its industry pole, the first Algerian private group will therefore be able to meet Algerian skills without distinction of sector, in order to show its wide range of professions, but also in order to remain attentive to the national labour market and consequently to be able to respond better to its growing demand.
HR teams will be working on the stand to collect as many applications as possible, as well as to better inform and refer talents on the diversity of the group’s activities, its human resources policy and its objectives and recruitment needs.
This event enables Cevital Group to once again illustrate its ambition to create massive employment by increasing its workforce to around 18.000 employees to 30.000 by 2020, and to 100.000 by 2025, all positions combined, thus affirming its position as the first private employer in Algeria
Cevital is the leading private industrial group and exporter in Algeria, excluding petroleum products.
This highly diversified group features 26 subsidiaries, spread out across the industry (flat glass and steel), food processing, retailing, automotive and services sectors. The Cevital group generated an annual turnover of $4 billion in 2015. It exports to nearly thirty countries worldwide. In recent years it has developed its business activities internationally through the acquisition of Oxxo and Brandt in 2013 and 2014 in France, the steel producer Aferpi in Italy, Alas in Spain and in Brazil, where it is developing its expertise in steel, food processing and port infrastructure.
Issad Rebrab is the founding chairman of the Cevital Group, which employs 18,000 people.
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