Thu, 17 May 2018 12:50 - Updated Thu, 17 May 2018 12:49
Industry minister assesses Cuanza Sul - based factories
Luanda - The minister of Industry, Bernarda Martins, is paying this Thursday an assessment visit to several Cuanza Sul-based factories.
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The visit is part of the Industry Consultative Council to take place on Friday 18 in Porto Amboim city, Cuanza - Sul province under the motto “Harnessing and valorization of National Raw-Material to Improve Productive Chains”.
The minister’s agenda, which is expected to finish with a meeting with provincial directors of the industry sector nationwide, includes visits to the juice company Giasop, a potable water factory, cement manufactures (FCKS) and others.
The Advisory Council of the Ministry of Industry will bring up, among other issues, topics such as "The development of mining and oil activities and its contribution as raw materials for the secondary sector (steel, petrochemical and ornamental stone industries)."
Themes such as "The role of the fisheries sector as a supplier of raw materials for the development of a national fish processing industry, crustaceans and "The agricultural sector and the importance of agricultural raw industrial sector " among other will be addressed during the event.
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