AL-Jeel Al-Jadeed inaugurates Branches of Al-Rahawnaji Cards [Archives:2007/1061/Business & Economy]

June 18 2007

Al-Jeel Al-Jadeed Group launches the inauguration of main showrooms of Al-Rahawnaji Agencies for international cards in the capital city of Sana'a.

Al-Jeel Al-Jadeed further extended its capacity by taking Al-Rahawnaji's agency in Yemen due to its fame and superb design.

Brig. Mohammed Raziq AS-Sarrmi, First Deputy of Capital Secretariat said, “I am happy to inaugurate this branch of Al-Jeel Al-Jadeed Group special for Al-Rahawnaji cards because these cards have become a part of our daily life. They are available in parties and ceremonies with different and unique designs. It is good to have such cards in Yemen because they will not make us travel abroad. And our turn is to call Al-Rahawnaji Agencies to reduce prices in order to be available in hands of all classes of the Yemeni society.”

For his side, Mohammed Al-Ansi, Manager of the Group, stated that the inauguration of such agencies is considered a completion of the group series and to find out the missing point in the group. Besides the main showroom in Sana'a, We will open branches in Hodaidah, Taiz, Aden and other governorates, Al-Ansi added.

He went on to say, “This agency is specialized in the cards of the wedding parties and all ceremonies and they are very famous in the Arab world and outside. He also pointed out that the inauguration is for the main new halls in the capital city of Sana'a.

“In the future they will inaugurate some branches in Al-Hodaidah, Taiz, and Aden with a very good quality and reasonable prices” he added. Al-Ansi also said that the Group had taken agencies that deserve honor and recognition. These agencies are Al-Rahawnaji Agencies.

However, Emad Al-Rahawnaji, the company director, explained how the cards are produced saying: 'There is a creative team work consisted of 60 artists and designers .They work in well-equipped workshops. The drawing is made manually but the design is by computers. Therefore, our products have become famous and widely spread in most of the middleeast, North Africa and some of the European countries.' He declared that there will be a Kia car prize, for the best 25 customers. The draw process will be by the end of the year. Al-Rahawnaji went on to say that the technical activity of the company is a result of accumulative work of 35 years of experience. He further added that the cards will be in hands and with reasonable prices.