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Industrial Engineer developing Food & Beverage supply chains

Global economic cycles and new technologies are rapidly transforming both our business environment and daily lives. In order to adapt, organizations must execute on revised strategic plans coupled with informed decision-making, effective utilization of resources, and innovative workflows. This is important because long-term gross domestic product (GDP) growth depends on it.


Industrial engineering is a field that uses scientific, engineering, and mathematical principles to optimize complex systems. Industrial engineers design and analyze systems that include people, equipment, materials, information, and energy to improve processes and operations. They consider many factors, such as cost, safety, and environmental concerns to ensure work is done efficiently.

Soumare Engineering, a Specialized Trading Company that Builds Sustainable Poultry Systems

 Sory founded Soumare Export, Inc. (legal name), a specialized trading company driving innovation and launched at www.soumare.com

Industry 1.0 | Physical Labor (Min. Wage - $80k)

In the past, feed production was a herculean task. Hand tools, animal power, and rudimentary grinding yielded monotonous rations, ill-suited for diverse needs. A far cry from the precise science and customized blends of today's industry.

Industry 2.0 | Management ($40k - $250k)

Teams and Assembly lines drive productivity. Steam gave way to electric motors, powering mechanized mills and conveyor belts. Feed production adopted assembly lines, standardizing formulations for different livestock species. However, customization remained limited.

Industry 3.0 | Information ($100k - $100m)

Communication became paramount. PLCs entered the scene, enabling basic automation and data collection. Mills began tailoring feeds to factors like grain composition and regional variations. This was the early dawn of precision nutrition.

Industry 4.0 | Knowledge ($1m - $100 billions)

 AI: Smart sensors gather data across the entire supply chain, from soil health to animal performance. AI algorithms analyze this data, driving:



✅ The Benefits


❌ Challenges

Infrastructure gaps, data security concerns, and workforce upskilling require proactive solutions. But with collaboration and innovation, we can bridge these gaps and ensure that every bite tells a story of efficiency, sustainability, and well-being – from the farmer's field to consumer's plate.

Industry 5.0 | Wisdom (more than $1 trillion)

It is not just about technology; it's about humans, nurturing a healthier planet, happier animals, and a more sustainable future for generations to come. So, let's embrace the steam and the sensor, working together to ensure that every farm becomes a fertile ground for innovation, and every animal thrives under the watchful eye of intelligent care. Trillion-dollar business ideas are concepts with immense potential to transform industries and generate significant revenue. Here are a few examples that I am excited about:



These ideas require significant investment, innovation, and collaboration to achieve such enormous growth potential.

Born <200 miles from Timbuktu

From age 4, Sory dreamed of being a farmer, cultivating growth from scratch. While he didn't become a traditional farmer, his passion for nurturing growth remains strong. He fuels his endeavors with a desire to take risks and push boundaries. Sory is an african immigrant to the United States and a international entrepreneur.

F-1 Student via New York City

On December 19 2008, President Bush announced US$17.4 billion in emergency loans to U.S. carmakers, President Obama announced his final cabinet pick, and a 19-year old Sory began his first day as an International Student (then became a citizen) of the United States after fulfilling a year on a Malian national merit-based scholarship in Morocco.

Became an Industrial Engineer

Today, Sory is a results-oriented Industrial Engineering leader with a diverse background and a global perspective. He is ultra-committed to creating value in world markets by helping bridge the gap between high-quality U.S. manufacturing technologies and African agribusiness value-chains, thus stimulating growth in win-win relationships.

More specifically, Sory is a certified Lean Six-Sigma (6σ) black belt who actively seeks technological innovation, and applies engineering principles within corn & soybean value chains to translate his strategic vision into valuable customer-centric actions.

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