What is the GDP?

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What is the GDP ?

​The DAL Graduate Development Programme, is a Four year programme split into Two years rotational programme across various positions, followed by two years placement permanent position within the company.

The Finance Graduate Development program is a 5 year programme split into: Two years of training where graduates rotate across different divisions and business units, followed by three years of placement in a specific business unit based on the graduate’s preference while considering the business needs.

It aims to recruit talented, competent and agile graduates and develop them into world-class future leaders and specialists in their area of expertise.

Mission

To attract, develop and retain potential young talented graduates to become future key resources, managers and leaders within DAL Group.

Vision

Make Sudan a better place to live

GDP Values

 

We live quality and pursue the highest levels of performance

 

We maintain high personal standards,  taking pride in our work and conduct

 

We act with honesty and integrity observing the highest standards of ethics

About DAL Group

DAL Group is the largest and most diversified Business Conglomerate in Sudan, it started as Sayer and Colley back in 1951, to operate the Caterpillar Franchise in Sudan,

In 1984, it began its operations on the agricultural sector, it’s now a major industrial farmer in Sudan,

In 1994, it expanded its scope to encompass the automotive sector with Mitsubishi- it is now the largest Multi-brand provider of trucks, buses and passenger cars in Sudan

In 1996, inception of the group’s flour and diary sectors, it is now the largest food company in Sudan with a wide array of locally developed and owned brands such as Sayga millings, CAPO dairy, Nobo Pasta and Zadna Platform of traditional Food Products.

In 1997, it entered the Medical Sector, it is now a major distributor of pharmaceutical products.

In 2002, it started its activities in the beverage sector with Coca-Cola, now the largest bottler in Sudan.

In 2015, it stepped into the mining sector, covering operations, supplies and service.