HISTORY OF THE GUICOPRES GROUP
It is difficult to separate the development of Guicopres from that of its CEO, Mr Kerfalla CAMARA (KPC). His first contract was the weeding of the University. The same one that Kerfalla Camara frequented, who did not hesitate to hire a few student and young friends from the neighborhoods around the campus.
It is the parent subsidiary of the GUICOPRES Group.
Guicopres BTP really took off in 2002. It quickly became the leading employer, after the State, with more than one thousand (1,000) direct jobs and six hundred (600) subcontracting companies. It constitutes 60% of the staff of the GUICOPRES Group.
which has continued to grow thanks to a policy dominated by audacity and the ambition to be among the most important in Guinea and Africa. With a capital of one hundred (100) million GNF, representing 10,000 fully subscribed and paid-up shares. Towards the end of 2010, the consolidated turnover of the GUICOPRES group reached one hundred (100) billion GNf.
It will take care of the search for the most competitive partners and external suppliers in order to be able to offer defying all competition offers. It is the purchasing center for the GUICOPRES Group (it is the trading and representation subsidiary of brands and major distributions).
These objectives are the enhancement of achievements (buildings, villa promotion and real estate management, servicing of estates, construction for third parties, sale of land, villas), and the concern to make up for the country’s backwardness in the field of real estate, particularly social housing.
Given the volume of imports and port and border transactions generated by the group, it has proved opportune to put in place a structure to capture the resources thus created. Specialized in transit in general, transport and consignment; it also offers the possibility of accompanying other companies (or clients) to settle in Guinea by taking care of all the required formalities.
Creation of a humanitarian foundation
The Guicopres group counts among its clients mining companies, Ecobank, the World Bank, Nestlé Guinea, Total Guinea, the Central Bank of the Republic of Guinea and other large companies. Little by little, the Guicopres group has been able to diversify its activities, by creating other subsidiaries specific to its internal and external growth