Algerian electronics manufacturer Condor Electronics is participating at IFA — the world's largest consumer electronics fair — in Berlin through Wednesday.
Participating in the fair for the second consecutive year is in alignment with its global growth strategies.
Expo visitors can “discover the latest innovations and products of the Algerian giant at the cutting edge of technology and certified to the highest international standards of quality and safety," spokespersons said in a press release.
"Participation in this major global event is an opportunity to introduce to the international public our wide range of products: smartphones, computers, televisions, air conditioners, refrigerators, washing machines and small electrical appliances,” Condor Electronics CEO Abderrahmane Benhamadi said.
Over 1,500 exhibitors from 48 nations will participate in this year’s IFA, which Condor representatives described as “an important crossroads” where media, consumers and professionals mingle and share the latest in electronics, appliances and telecommunications technology. Spokespersons described the increasing presence of “smart” technology in the form of intelligent appliances — with the possibility of refrigerators, laundry machines, lighting systems and cameras possessing the capability to interact and impact technology.
Condor Electronics is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Benhamadi group and is headquartered in the town of Bordj Bou Arréridj’s industrial district.
Condor regularly exports its products primarily to Jordan and Tunisia as well as France, Mauritania and Senegal and participates in many IT expos.