This year, Jamal LTD celebrates its 20th anniversary and proudly recalls the successes achieved during its activities. Today, our company is known for its Iceland trademark.
The Iceland trademark history dates back to 1998, when the company founders decided to create an ice cream factory. In the early years of the plant consisting of a small production workshop, Turkish technologies and equipment have been used to produce ice cream. Successful implementation of the best practices, dynamic and rapid development allowed the company to take a dominant position in the domestic market in the shortest possible time.
In 2000, the company first started packing local ice cream, and the first Bakinka brand went on sale.
Since 2002, the company has began purchasing equipment of leading European brands and apply advanced technologies to produce ice-cream. The production area was expanded with 4 production workshops, and 7 lines were put into operation for different ice cream types.
Along with the leading company specialists, experienced experts invited from abroad contributed to introducing new equipment into production. In subsequent years, the company gained popularity among consumers and increased the products assortment by creating new popular brands. Among them, the Bakılı Qız and Malik brands well-known by their name and taste occupy a special place.
In 2008, the company celebrating its decade had already a production area meeting European standards and practices. In 2009, Jamal LTD capable to satisfy most of the demand for ice cream in the domestic market started developing foreign markets. Thus, having entered the international arena in 2010, it became the first Azerbaijani company exporting ice cream to Georgia.
In 2015, the Iceland trademark expanded its ice cream collection with the SEVGI brand having a great potential for conquering foreign ice cream markets in the premium segment. Currently, the company produces more than 100 product titles.
The Iceland trademark idea, which means “Ice country” is reflected in every product. Today, the Iceland trademark is the most popular ice cream brand in the domestic market.