Oil And Ginneries
Jambo Oil Mills & Ginneries located in Shinyanga deals with processing of cotton into high quality cotton lint, cotton seed cake and cotton oil. We ensure quality by interacting with farmers and assisting them with access to quality seeds, fertilizers and training through extension services. We also ensure good remuneration and support services to the farmers.
We have quality checks at the factory, with latest technology machines for processing. In addition to the machines, we have a highly trained workforce to guarantee that our products are not only of high quality global standards but our services compliment this too.
Most of our products are exported through internationally recognized agents who utilize their extensive networks to ensure Jambo Cotton & Oil products and indeed Tanzanian produce are available worldwide.
Jambo Spinning Mills is a yarn-manufacturing company located in Arusha, Tanzania. Incorporated on 30th May 2005 and commenced its operations in 2008 after being officially inaugurated by the president of the United Republic of Tanzania, his Excellency, Hon. Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete.
Jambo Spinning Mills is dedicated to producing high-quality yarn and thread that meets the needs of our customers around the world. At the heart of our operations is our state-of-the-art spinning facility, where we use the latest technology and equipment to transform raw cotton into fine, smooth yarn. Our experienced team of technicians and operators works diligently to maintain the highest standards of quality and efficiency, ensuring that each batch of yarn meets our rigorous specifications.
We take pride in our sustainable and responsible approach to cotton spinning. We strive to minimize waste and energy usage throughout our operations. Our commitment to sustainability extends beyond our own operations, as we work closely with our customers to help them reduce their own environmental impact and promote sustainable practices.
We are constantly exploring new ways to innovate and improve our processes, from investing in new machinery to experimenting with different blends and finishes to meet the evolving needs of the textile industry.