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    Leventis Foods Limited is a subsidiary of A.G Leventis (Nigeria) Plc. and one of the largest bakeries in Nigeria producing highly nutritious variety of bakery products and snacks, with a strong brand presence in Lagos.

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  • LEVENTIS MOTORS

     

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    Leventis Motors is the home of commercial vehicles in Nigeria, renowned in the Nigerian Automobile industry for its quality products & services. It is the only automobile company in Nigeria with a network of seven operating branches across the country, making Leventis Motors a leader in pan-nigerian service.

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  • LEVENTIS REAL ESTATE

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    The Real Estate Division of A.G. Leventis (Nigeria) Plc. is a vibrant, customer service focused, accommodation agent within the Group. Leventis Real Estate is a leader in both residential and commercial real estate property management in Nigeria. 

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  • DRUCKFARBEN NIGERIA LTD

     

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    Druckfarben Nigeria Ltd, is a member of the Leventis Group . DFN, focuses on the pre-mixing, production and distribution of inks for flexible packaging for utilization in the commercial printing industry.

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  • CHRISSTAHL NIGERIA LTD

     

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    The core business of Chrisstahl is providing manufacturing plants, technical and engineering companies, shipping, trade and commercial entities with pipes, fittings, valves, pressure reducers, safety valves and other such products of iron, steel and stainless steel, bronze and plastic.

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The A.G. Leventis Foundation

Established in May 1979, the A. G. Leventis Foundation is the outcome of the vision of the Cypriot entrepreneur Anastasios G. Leventis (1902-1978), who laid the bases of its focus on society, education and culture. Now in its fourth decade, the Foundation retains its adherence to these priorities, keenly supporting the dissemination of Greek and Cypriot cultural heritage, as well as extensive public benefits programmes, pioneering environmental protection projects, and medical research. 

Brief History

Anastasios Leventis, was born in Cyprus in 1902. He established one of the largest companies in West Africa and from 1966 served as Cyprus' honorary Ambassador and Permanent Delegate to UNESCO. From the beginning, the aim of the Foundation was to support educational, cultural, artistic and philanthropic causes in Cyprus, Greece and elsewhere. The range and direction of its activities were based on the philanthropic interests of the founder. In Cyprus, Greece and other parts of Europe, there has been a focus on culture and education with a special emphasis on the cultural heritage of Cyprus.This is particularly significant because of the immense destruction of the cultural heritage of the island caused by the Turkish Invasion of 1974 and its aftermath.

Cyprus & Greece

In 1980 an independent Cypriot branch of the Foundation was established and called the Anastasios G. Leventis Foundation.  In Greece the Foundation has supported a wide range of organizations and events in the cultural and historical fields, but the main emphasis has been on the restoration of a number of monuments from various periods.

A.G. Leventis & Culture

The collection of Greek paintings of the 19th and 20th centuries acquired by Anastasios Leventis has been studied and expanded. Elsewhere in Europe, and further afield, there has been a concentration on the study of the culture and history of Cyprus and Greece and a focus on the communities of the Greek diaspora, particularly in Britain; the cultural, linguistic and religious concerns of the communities have received the most attention. The most important initiative in this category has been The Hellenic Centre, in the heart of London, to which the Foundation has been the largest donor. An international program of support for Greek studies, covering all historical periods, has developed over the years in parallel with efforts to study and enhance the presentation of Cypriot antiquities in foreign museums.