About Us

About Us

Our Team

We at Sambros International, maintain close relationship with tribal leaders and other influential figures. W are also trying to decrease the unemployment rates in villages of Afghanistan by hiring employees and local skilled and unskilled labors

Thus the key to success of the company is the employees who are the main factor determining its business results. At Sambros international, we have exceptionally highly motivated committed as well as qualified professionals who are our true assets. They apply their knowledge of worldwide markets, innovative technologies, technical applications as well as processes wherever needed.

Key to Success

Someone said, “the key to happiness is having dreams and the key to success is having your dreams come true”.
We at Sambros International believe that the relationship that we have built is the heart of the company. These relationships drive our goals, mission and values. We understand that success can only be attained with upmost discipline, honesty, positive attitude, hard working, timely commitment and most importantly empowering the employees with respect feelings. 

Sambros International Vision

We will continue to build strong relationship by transforming our client’s dreams into reality. We will work with dedication and strong passion to ensure that our projects are mutually successful to our team memebers, clients and communities. Our Mission lies in becomming the market leader in integrity, value, communication, execution and innovation. We at Sambros International endeavors to be a worthy business partner by using cutting edge technology, bolsterig our robust networks and developign skills of our co-workers.


Meet Our Team 

Sambros International Key Personnel

Efficiently enable enabled sources and cost effective products. Completely synthesize principle-centered information after ethical communities. Efficiently innovate open-source infrastructures via inexpensive materials.

Our Trusted Clients

Clients that Trust Sambros Int's Services