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Sugar investor to be given alternative land in Mtwara; investment plans not to be affected


Sugar-growing SJ Sugar Distillery & Power Private Company has been assured by the Tanzania Investment Centre (TIC) that it will be given substitute land for growing sugar cane and shift from the current tract that has been flooded.

 

The TIC Executive Director, Mr. Geoffrey Mwambe, after visiting the flooded tract, told the company’s Chief Executive Officer, Mr Kamel Abdullah Saleem, that the Centre in collaboration with the Mtwara District Council would find alternative land to allow the investor to continue with investment plans.

 

“This investor had already planted sugar cane seedlings in 500 hectares out of the 3,000 given to him in Kilambo area. But the entire land has been flooded by the on-going rains, destroying all the property. We have contacted Mtwara District Council for alternative land....

2020-03-27 13:10:06



The new factory comes as good news as it will help to make up sugar deficit in the country


Construction of a new sugar factory is expected commence in June this year at Dabalo Ward in Chamwino District, 80 kilometers from the Dodoma City before starting operation in June 2021. Once operational, the factory will have the capacity to produce 5,000 tons of sugar annually and when expansion is done the production will be 10,000 tons. On the same, direct and non direct employment at full capacity will be 2,000 people. 

 

The factory is operated by an Indian company, Purandare Industries (T) Ltd, and according to the factory’s Managing Director Satish Purandare, it will be nestled in a 20,000 acres of land and has been registered by Tanzania investment Centre (TIC).

 

“I am happy that the government of Tanzania under President Hon. John Pombe Magufuli has been....

2020-03-17 16:16:42



The new factory comes as good news as it will help to make up sugar deficit in the country


Construction of a new sugar factory is expected commence in June this year at Dabalo Ward in Chamwino District, 80 kilometers from the Dodoma City before starting operation in June 2021. Once operational, the factory will have the capacity to produce 5,000 tons of sugar annually and when expansion is done the production will be 10,000 tons. On the same, direct and non direct employment at full capacity will be 2,000 people. 

 

The factory is operated by an Indian company, Purandare Industries (T) Ltd, and according to the factory’s Managing Director Satish Purandare, it will be nestled in a 20,000 acres of land and has been registered by Tanzania investment Centre (TIC).

 

“I am happy that the government of Tanzania under President Hon. John Pombe Magufuli has been....

2020-03-17 16:11:04



Kampuni ya Scania imeona fursa ya kuzalisha mabasi ya abiria yanayotumika mijini.Waziri awashukuru kwa imani walioionyesha kwa Tanzania


Kufuatia fursa za uwekezaji zilizopo nchini kama zilivyowasilishwa na  Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa Kituo cha Uwekezaji Tanznaia (TIC) Geoffrey Mwambe katika kongamano la biashara na uwekezaji kati ya Jumuiya ya Afrika Mashariki (EAC) na nchi ya Sweden tarehe 12 Machi,2020, Dar es Salaam  Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa Kampuni ya Scania Bw. Lars Eklund amefika na kufanya mazungumzo na Mhe. Angellah Kairuki, Waziri wa Nchi, Ofisi ya Waziri Mkuu (Uwekezaji) kwa lengo la kujadili zaidi azma ya Kampuni ya Scania hiyo kufanya uwekezaji mkubwa hapa nchini kwa kujenga Kiwanda cha kuunganisha mabasi. 

 

Kampuni ya Scania ni wazalishaji wakubwa wa malori ya mizigo pamoja na magari makubwa ya kisasa ya abiria (mabasi) yanayotumika katika usafiri wa mijini na hubeba abiria wengi kwa wakati mmoja. Aidha imeelezwa kwamba mabasi hayo pia yana uwezo wa....

2020-03-13 16:34:21



Kampuni ya Scania imeona fursa ya kuzalisha magari ya abiria yanayotumika mijini.Waziri awashukuru kwa imani walioionyesha kwa Tanzania


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2020-03-13 16:32:36




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