OFION is located in Dubai since its establishment in 1997. The company has been dealing with specialized products and services for the packaging industry with a specific focus to serve the Packaging and Printing in the Middle East, Central Asia, Africa and the subcontinent. We are representative office and the local office for a number of paper mills and other packaging material related manufacturers across the globe.
In the year 2000 Ofion established its textile division under the name Ofion Home which sells Home Textile products across the Middle East with products being imported from the Indian Subcontinent, the Far East, Europe and South America. This business has grown substantially over the past 5 years with a presence in both the UAE as well as Saudi Arabia.
OUR GOAL is to build a profitable company through the sales of specialized products and services both via existing portfolio of companies as well as search and add new products and companies to the existing range.
Growth is to be achieved by working along-with high technology companies offering specialized products and services to the customer base in this region.
To be dedicated in providing quality products and services to prospective customers along-with enduring a high level of integrity, ethical standards and treating people fairly and with respect.
In order to meet the increasing demands for local and international customers, OFION has developed strong network accessible to other countries. This has been possible by giving unmatched services to customers. OFION is one of the Adamjee Group Company along with others.
Associated with the Adamjee Group based in Pakistan who have rich experience in manufacturing and service industries. It is a family owned group who have been in business for over 100 years.
The Adamjee name has been a prominent and highly reputed name amongst the business circles of the Indian subcontinent throughout the 20th century.
The House of Adamjee was founded in Burma (now Myanmar) by the illustrious Sir Adamjee Haji Dawood born in 1880 in Jetpur Town of Gujarat. Whilst still in his teens, he ventured out to Burma and started operating as an independent businessman. The first few years of his career were spent in rice, matches and jute trade. With his keen business sense and financial acumen, he met with early success.
By 1922, he had accumulated sufficient resources and a strong presence in the commodities markets, enabling him to setup his first industrial venture-a match factory in Rangoon (now Yangon).