Flour Mills of Nigeria Plc (FMN) was incorporated on 29th September, 1960 as a private limited liability company with a modest paid-up share capital of N1 million and converted to a public company in November, 1978. The beneficial interest in the company’s equity is held by Nigerian and Overseas shareholders. Presently, two foreign shareholders own about 56% of the company’s paid-up share capital. The balance is held by over 75,000 individuals and institutional investors.
Wheat milling forms the financial backbone of our diversified company. FMN pioneered flour milling in Nigeria when its first mill was commissioned at Apapa in 1962 with a grinding capacity of 500 metric tonnes of wheat per day. Today, the Apapa milling complex has a rated capacity of over 8,000 metric tons per day making it one of the largest single site mills in the world. All the mills are manned by a team of highly trained and skilled professionals working at a high level of efficiency attested to by our ISO 9001:2008 accreditation recognizing that our flour manufacturing facilities are world class and operate within an internationally recognized Quality System. FMN had over the years made huge investments in milling technology and human capital to sustain its pre-eminent position and maintain its competitive advantage in the Nigerian flour milling industry.
Job Type Full Time
Qualification BSC/BA/HND -OND
Location Not Specified
Job Unit Technical
- Assemble and fit structural frameworks and housing.
- Carry out installation, servicing and repair of factory machinery including pumps, gear boxes, drives, etc.
- Carry out erection of supports and platforms.
- Fabricate material handling equipment, conveyors, elevators and machine components for Flour Mills and its subsidiaries.
- Couple electric motors, pumps and alternators
- National Diploma in Mechanical Engineering or related disciplines; NABTEB; City & Guilds certificate or WAEC Technical certificate.
- 2 years cognate experience
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