Al-Nasr Company for the manufacture of glass and crystal
Who we are ?
It is the first glass manufacturing company in the Middle East.
The company is located in the city of Shubra El-Kheima, Qalyubia Governorate, on an area of 65,000 square meters, wholly owned by the Holding Company for Metallurgical Industries affiliated to the Ministry of Public Business Sector.
The company was built by experts from Belgium due to their distinguished expertise in the manufacture of glass and crystal at the time. Some other expertise was sought from those in charge of the growth and prosperity of the Egyptian economy in that era, such as the giant (Talaat Pasha Harb), the founder and president of Banque Misr, where he was following up and supervising himself on building This huge edifice because he was aware of the extent of his country’s need for industrial renaissance, and he continued to support and extend a helping hand until the completion of the establishment and the start of the actual operation phase, where the beginning was in the manufacture of jazz crystals (jazz bulb) and the manufacture of cutlery by hand blowing until the development was completed and the industry became fully mechanized .
The company now owns the latest German and Italian systems and machines that are used in the glass industry.
The company’s organizational structure
Mr. President of the company and Executive Managing Director
Factories General Manager
Planning and Follow-up Department
– Department of Legal and Administrative Affairs (wages – human resources – insurances)
– financial management
– Projects management
– Engineering management, maintenance and transportation
Electricity and power management
– Purchasing and warehouse management
– Sales and Marketing Department
– Quality Management
Cutlery factory management
– Managing the patterned glass panels factory
– Information Technology (IT) Management
– Security and guards management
Non-executive board members
Mr. Tamer Muhammad Wahid El Din Abdullah Badawi – Non-Executive Chairman
Prof. Dr. Magdy Fouad Abadir – Member of the Board of Directors
Prof. Dr. Rania Mohamed Abdel Karim – Member of the Board of Directors
Mr. Saeed Mohamed Moawad Ismail – elected member of the Board of Directors (representative of the employees)
Company name: El Nasr Glass & Crystal Company
Company Address: Sharkawiya – Shobra El-Kheima – Qalyubia – Egypt
Authorized capital: 500 million Egyptian pounds
The issued and paid-up capital: 100 million Egyptian pounds
Number of shares: 10 million shares
Legal form: a joint stock company affiliated to the Holding Company for Metallurgical Industries
Owner: The Holding Company for Metallurgical Industries 100%
The company’s vision lies in reaching the global market, not only the local or African market, expanding the activity, highlighting the skill of the Egyptian worker in an industry that is one of the most important and largest global industries, and re-positioning the Egyptian product in the forefront and on the global road map again amid the momentum of global industries and factories, which naturally The situation excels in resources and capabilities, but it strives to do so with the most important wealth that the company possesses, which is (the skill, competence, and mastery of the Egyptian worker), his reverence and love for work, in compliance with the noble Quranic verse (Say, work, and God will see your work and His Messenger and the believers) “The Great Truth of God.”
The company aims to conquer the local and international markets by attracting new customers, knowing their requirements and studying them well, opening a job market for the company internally and externally, working on studying the European market, increasing activity in countries most in need of our products, opening direct sales exhibitions for the company’s account in these countries, and providing the spread there and expanding with what The company guarantees the most profit, the development of the worker’s intellectual skill, which provides opportunities for creativity and innovation, as is known about the Egyptian worker since ancient times.
Preserving the security and safety of the worker, as it is like (wealth), giving him more confidence and security, and granting him the full right to highlight his skills, adopt his ideas, study them, and work on them.
Providing the needs of local and foreign customers for the required production in terms of specifications and different requirements for each customer, taking into account both the “time and quality” factors, which are the basis for the success of any large production enterprise.