Sabat Company has been active in the Scandinavian-Iraqi Kurdistan recycling business for more than 15 years. The company began importing clothing from Sweden at the end of 1998. In 2002, the company also began exporting used clothing from Norway.
The company believed in the potential of this field and employed a strategy of rapid expansion by identifying and quickly establishing business in unexploited markets in the region. Despite the instability of the region, the company grew fast, and in 2003 we delivered 60 shipping.
Since 2006, thanks successful business strategies, the company has expanded further, and delivered 250 containers in 2012. The good business relationship between Kurdistan and Scandinavia has been a key factor in the success of our company.
Beside the recycling business, Sabat has been active in different other businesses, such as Transport. Sabat registered formally in Turkey 2008, which opened up the opportunity to transport goods from all over the world to the Middle East.
Sabat's subsidiary contractor company (HM) has been active since 2007, and has already successfully carried out a number of different projects,, such as the construction of communication towers in Erbil and the creation of an olive garden covering an area of 15 hectares in the province of Sulayamaniyah.
It is also worth mentioning that Sabat has experience with other types of business such as:
I) Importing new clothing and textiles from Sweden and Norway.
II) Importing new clothing from Germany and Holland.
III) Importing rice from China
IV) Importing building house bricks from Spain.
V) Establishing mobile phone shops in Erbil.