TAK GROUP

TAK Integrated is a member of TAK Group of companies, an indigenous Nigerian business conglomerate that players prominently in the Agricultural sector.

TAK Group is a wholly-owned Nigerian private enterprise that started business in 2001 as an Agro – commodity trader. The company has grown over the years through the visionary drive of its promoters lead by Mr. Thomas Etuh to assume a leadership position in the Food & Agro-Allied Sector of the Nigerian Economy. TAK’s interest in the Nigeria’s Agriculture is represented by the following subsidiaries and associate companies;

TAK GROUP PLAY

We are the largest supplier of NPK fertilizer in the Nigerian market, operates 5 blending plants and a Sulphur acid plant with a combined installed capacity to blend 1,000,00 metric tons per annum. Is the merger of five fertilizer blending plants that have resulted in the single largest NPK fertilizer blending capacity in Nigeria with about 1,000,000 metric tons a year installed capacity;

  • Funtua Fertilizer & Chemical Company,
  • Federal Superphosphate Company (FSFC): Only producer of Single
    Superphosphate (SSP) fertilizers in Nigeria
  • Fertilizer and Chemicals Limited,
  • West African Fertilizer Company Limited,
  • Morris Nigeria Limited, and Benue Fertilizers and Chemicals Company.

One of the foremost and leading tractor assembly company in Nigeria located in Kaduna. (Tractors assembly and Farm mechanization services)

 

Is an agric service company that focuses on primary agricultural production through the promotion of out grower farming scheme.

 

Is a Agricultural seed company licensed by the Federal Ministry of Agriculture to distribute certified improved foundation seed to farmers. Bulk Storage (Silos) and Warehouse Facilities – Tak has a combine storage capacity of 300,000 metric tons spread in 5 locations namely Kebbi, Abuja, Jigawa, Kwara and Kaduna.

Is into haulage and logistics operations with several warehouses, trucks under an organized transporters scheme. Tak Logistics also handles mobile bulk bagging operation at the port facility in Lagos