Commodity Exports


Sudan produces 80% of the world's supply of Gum Arabic and is a major exporter of many commodities.


Exporting Local Products to the World

Sudan is a leading producer of several agricultural commodities due to the country’s expansive arable land and diverse climatic conditions that provide vast production areas conducive for large scale production which gives the country a distinctive competitive advantage in meeting global demand.

01Value Added Processing

The Group has set up processing plants across Sudan to combat the value leakage associated with trade of raw commodities but also to offer better skilled job opportunities that boost farming communities’ incomes.

02Adopting Quality Standards

At CTC Group we apply strict international standards to ensure the quality and consistency of our exported goods. The Group has invested in setting up laboratory facilities in Port Sudan to conduct quality control checks before shipping our products to the world.

03Prioritising Communities

The Group puts community protection and welfare at the core of its global partnerships with major food ingredients companies. We work closely with our clients to ensure that the necessary reinvestment is made back into local communities to improve living conditions.

Agro Processing

Agro processing in Sudan presents a great opportunity to add value locally to improve the livelihoods of farming communities but also to contribute to the overall economic output of the country. CTC Group has made significant investments towards this effect.

Our Portfolio

We export a wide range of commodities to major food ingredient companies in North America and Europe as well as to clients in the Middle East and Asian continent.

Agricultural Commodities

Gum Arabic

Sesame Seeds

Melon Seeds



Senna Pods


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We are committed to behave ethically, contribute to sustainable development and improve the quality of life of our workforce and their families.

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