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Winning the Hearts of Egyptian Consumers


The Beginnings: Building the Foundations of Greatness

The development of Egypt’s industrial sector and economy in the 1980s beckoned Procter and Gamble invitingly to Egypt. In 1986, Procter & Gamble Egypt, the Egyptian limited liability company, was finally established, and it built its factory in 6th October Industrial City. The factory produced two brands, Camay and Crest, and had a modest capital of 12 million Egyptian pounds and a workforce of 50 people.



Growing With Egypt, Growing Egypt

During a 20-year journey, Procter & Gamble Egypt’s escalation was firm: Manufacturing facilities grew to cover more than 100,000 square meters, taking the original 12- million-pound investment to the current figure of 1.25 billion Egyptian pounds, and placing the Company among the country’s leading foreign direct investors.



Celebrating Our First 20 Years of Success

In 2006, Procter & Gamble Egypt celebrated its first 20 years of enjoyed success in the country. We have proudly seen our investments grow more than 100 fold, our workforce increase 15 fold and an exports progression that has escalated around 85 times. We also celebrated the strong affiliations between P&G and the Egyptian government on the mutual objective of economic reform. Twenty years of P&G in Egypt have, above all, celebrated the evident consumer trust in P&G brands.