ASI International Limited Company

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Abdalla Salim Ibrahim International Limited Company was established in October 2015 in Sudan, ASI ILC is one of the leading companies in the field of telecommunication and IT services and now has branches in South Africa as well as Rwanda. ASI ILC has a number of experienced and competent international engineers to deliver outstanding and timely services to customers. The company also has partnerships with international companies in the field of communications and information technology in order to improve its services and reach the world.

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