An abattoir owned by a subsidiary of Allana Group – Frigorifico Boran Foods Plc, will be commissioned next month in Adami Tulu, 163kms from the Ethiopia capital, Addis Abeba.
The General Manager of Frigorifico Boran Foods Plc, a subsidiary of Allana Group, Vijay Dongare said they are left with internal and external finishing works.
“Trial production is also underway,” he added.
Allana, an Indian-based meat processing company, secured 75 hectares of land two years ago, from the Oromia Regional government to erect the plant around Adami Tulu, near Ziway.
While the project has been delayed for about a year, industry representatives say the project is 99pc completed at this point.
The company invested 20 million dollars in the first phase of the construction, which is one-third of the total amount of capital invested by the company so far.
The plant, known to be the biggest factory between Shashemene and Ziway, will have the capacity to produce 75 of meat every day.
Approximately 200 cattle and 5,000 sheep and goats are expected to be slaughtered on a daily basis once operation begins. This will enable the company to package 75 of meat products for daily export.
Djibouti commissions $3.5 billion Chinese-built free trade zone
Djibouti commissioned a $3.5 billion, Chinese-built free trade zone on Thursday, deepening ties with the Asian giant and helping the Horn of Africa nation generate more jobs for its youths.
Djibouti, with a population of 876,000, already hosts Chinese, U.S. and French naval bases and it also handles roughly 95 percent of the goods imported by Ethiopia, its land-locked neighbour with 99 million people.
The zone will be jointly operated by Djibouti Ports and Free Zones Authority and China’s Merchants Holdings company.
The zone which will house manufacturing and warehouse facilities, an export-processing area and a services centre, is expected to handle trade worth $7 billion within two years, and create 15,000 jobs when complete.
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