Ekhlas Group

Welcome to Ekhlas Group The start of Ekhlas goes back to 1933 when it was an average carpentry shop at the time in the Qaysary Bazaar in Erbil, owned by Haji Kareem Sandooqchy, father of Ihsan Kareem Najjar. It was one of the well-known shops of the Qaysary in the field of carpentry and making of cases and hand-crafting products that were used in agricultural construction, and it served the population of Erbil and the surroundings very well in its time.

History of Ekhlas

The start of Ekhlas goes back to 1933 when it was an average carpentry shop at the time in the Qaysary Bazaar in Erbil, owned by Haji Kareem Sandooqchy, father of Ihsan Kareem Najjar. It was one of the well-known shops of the Qaysary in the field of carpentry and making of cases and hand-crafting products that were used in agricultural construction, and it served the population of Erbil and the surroundings very well in its time. In 1968 Haji Kareem Najjar continued his work in the Qaysary with the help of his father combined with his own expertise. Later, in 1970, he opens an independent shop in the district of Tayrawa with the name of Ekhlas. To expand his work, he would import wood from outside Erbil and after some operations on the wood he would create furniture items from them.

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Vision and Mission

After 10 years of continuing his work, he would use small tools that he had bought from international fairs in Baghdad as the tools were not available in Iraqi markets at the time. For he same reason many of the carpenters would rely on Ekhlas, especially for producing frames for doors, wardrobes and sofas. His tool was used for seven different jobs and was unofficial to some extent because the Iraqi government of the time was hindering development of the Kurdish industry. In the beginning of 1980 Ekhlas was registered as a company and came to own a factory of its own that was established on an area of 550 square meters in the industrial estate. At the time 25 people worked for the factory, and it is still resuming its operations.

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