Silvex International Limited is a wholly indigenous and rapidly growing integrated Agribusiness, Mining and Logistics Company with diverse Interest in Commodity Aggregation, Processing and Trading. The company came into being through innovative ideas to be promising, dynamic and prime example of African Potentials in Agribusiness, Commodity Trading and Mining. ...Read More
Our purpose is to ensure availability, accessibility and affordability of essential feeds, food products, and commodities across key global markets. We build sustainable agricultural supply chain and create value to farmers and consumers.
Our sustainable farming and investment in agricultural innovation are paramount and represent the best means to increase productivity and crops yields, preserve natural resources and table food security at large.
In order to be certain for healthy consumption we do the farming, production and also engage other smallholder farmers as a backward integration measure. We also do the packaging; marketing; warehousing, export, consultancy and serves as commodity deal brokerage respectively in Nigeria and beyond. ...Read More
Abubakar Usman Adam (CEO)
A self-motivated and highly energetic leader with negotiation skills in commercial contract and promising young Executive who has more than Ten (10) years voluntarism, public services and private sector backgrounds; his areas of engagements and expertise includes: human resources management, research, production, business negotiations and warehousing management, practical Executive Assistant; Cofounder and Principal partner of this great company, Silvex. ...Read More
Abubakar Garba Ibrahim (COO)
Abubakar is an accomplished operations executive, astute entrepreneur, business and strategy consultant with successful track records of overseeing project planning processes, field operations, export logistics and international trade. A curious conceptual thinker and a born problem-solver with a penchant for retooling ideas, Abubakar Stops at nothing every time; reinventing to deliver value across the agricultural value chain. He has been associated with the company since it’s inception. ...Read More
Silvex Green Updates:
Yesterday we had a meeting with Roxanne Abdulali; Manager (LINKS) Economic Growth Practice, TETRA TECH INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT.
Our discussion centered on the impact of our project on rural livelyhoods and economic opportunities; farmer onboarding and data management. Our team assured her of our readiness for more Investment in outgrower schemes and climate smart agriculture!
We have also briefed her on our AIP project and we're so excited by the understanding and suggestions of the project concept and perspectives.
Silvex international limited invest in Organic Groundnut (Peanut) Farming. The company will engage farmers on 137 hectares in Garki LGA and 150 hectares in Jahun LGA all in Jigawa State! Land clearing and preparations exercise are already done and the planting operation has attain 40% level so far.
The total of 287 hectares is set to produce hundreds of tons of the produce during the farming season, and the project is put in place by silvex in order to leverage the Agricultural Value Chain in Nigeria
The Officials of LINKS and UKaid earlier today Wednesday the 30th of June 2021, handed over the equipment's and devices for the System of Rice Intensification (SRI) project to the FCs!
The Chief Executive Officer of Silvex International Limited Alh. Abubakar Usman Adam extends their gratitude and appreciations to LINKS/UKaid and also assures commitment to Climate Smart Agriculture.
Thanks to LINKS and UKaid.
Collaborative effort by FCDO through its intervention on investment promotion under the LINKS Project, the Jigawa State Government and a leading Agribusiness firm, Silvex International Limited trained Farmers on SRI. About 12,150 farmers in Jigawa and Kano States are trained on the application of the System of Rice Intensification (SRI) to achieve bumper yield in a climate responsible manner, especially by reducing greenhouse gases emission to the atmosphere by 22%.