AKSA GROUP (AKSA)
specializes in the development of infrastructure projects and emerging markets around the world. AKSA represents several international suppliers and manufacturing companies.
AKSA’s main objective is to address infrastructure needs of countries in which it is involved in. The Group identifies reliable, efficient, environmentally friendly infrastructure developments for these countries as per their requirements.
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
In addition to infrastructure development, AKSA Group is dedicated to addressing the social improvement of the regions in which it is involved, and caters to ministering the advancement and expansion of a country’s social needs.
With the success of the Power Solutions Projects and the Tema Container Port in Ghana, AKSA Group is on its way to providing for a more reliable, accessible, modern and stable Africa and Middle East.
WHO WE ARE
Nurdin (Dinu) Samji
Chairman/CEO, AKSA Group
Dinu Samji started his career as a Chartered Accountant in London, England with the international accounting firm of Stoy Hayward & Co Chartered Accountants (affiliated with Laventhol & Horwath International). Since then, Dinu has been a business owner involved in the acquisition, financing, and on-going operation of various hotel and real estate projects.
President, AKSA Group
Kamaal Samji brings more than fifteen years of business experience to his role as President of AKSA Group. He has served as Vice President of the BC & Yukon Hotels Association, as Chair of the Regional Operators and Marketing Council for Howard Johnson International, as well as serving as a National Board Member for the International Operators Council for Howard Johnson International. Kamaal has also served as board member of the Abbotsford Downtown Business Association. His past projects have included facilitating both temporary and permanent power solutions and infrastructure development in East and West Africa. In his current role as President and co-owner of AKSA Group he has negotiated and overseen major infrastructure contracts in foreign countries such as India, Ghana, Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya, and Vietnam.