Amira, Winner of the 2007 Alpha contest
Montreal, July 3rd 2007- Amira Inc.
is proud to announce that it was the recipient of 1st place in the
Distribution category of the 2007 Alpha contest, organised by the
Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Ville St-Laurent and Cartierville.
This prestigious prize was awarded during the 23rd annual Alpha
gala that took place on May 23rd 2007.
The Alpha contest rewards, yearly, small to medium
enterprises that, due to their dynamism and performances, have excelled
in their field. The consequences of such contest are immense for
the participants; not only does it increase the visibility of the
enterprise but it helps them to get known, to show their experience
and builds confidence and credibility towards their suppliers and
Amira Inc.: distributor of an exceptional
quality of dried fruits and nuts
Founded in 1978 by Sabry and Ragaa Boulos, Amira Inc.,
specialises in importing food products from the Middle-East and
distributing nuts and dried fruits across Canada and the Province
of Quebec. Its exclusive selection of dried fruits (strawberries,
kiwis, blueberries etc.) makes Amira Inc a unique
and innovative enterprise.
Amira Inc was rewarded with this
prestigious prize because of its achievements and its successes
during 2006: a significant increase in sales, an expansion of its
facilities, 25 newly created positions in employment and the reward
of an important contract with Sobeys food chain in the Maritimes.
In 2006, because of its success, Amira Inc moved
to a new facility of 65,000 sq ft in Ville St-Laurent, an investment
of more then 3.5 million dollars.
“The success of our enterprise is due to our
perseverance, the quality of our products and the constant attention
to the satisfaction of our clients.” says Adel Boulos vice-president
of Amira Inc. “We are honoured by this reward and would like
to thank our employees and everybody that contributed to our success.”
To learn more about Amira Inc variety
of nuts and dried fruits visit www.amira.ca
or simply purchase one of our many products in your local grocery