Thu, 15 Feb 2018 19:27 - Updated Thu, 15 Feb 2018 19:26
Industrial Timber zone created in Alto Catumbela
Alto Catumbela - The village of Alto Catumbela, Ganda municipality, coastal Benguela province, will soon be transformed into an Industrial Development Zone for processing eucalyptus and pine timber, said the local administrator Francisco Rodrigues Prata.
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Arquivo: Timber exploration zone
Photo: Gaspar Dos Santos
Speaking on Wednesday at a meeting with members of civil society, Francisco Prata said that the administration has been working on actions that aim to create in Alto Catumbela an Industrial Pole, with an area dedicated to the transformation of eucalyptus and pine timber.
To this end, the company “Estrela da Floresta” was entrusted with the task of infrastructure for potential investors interested in investing in the exploration and transformation of eucalyptus and pines timbers.
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