Thu, 09 Oct 2014 13:34 - Updated Thu, 09 Oct 2014 13:34
Angolan President briefed on new brewery
Luanda - The Angolan President, José Eduardo dos Santos, was briefed on Thursday in Luanda on the functioning of the new brewery, during a visit he paid to the undertaking, whose production essentially aims to reduce imports.
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Angolan President José Eduardo dos Santos (centre) visits brewery
Photo: Francisco Miudo
Named Cif Lowenda Brewery Company Lda, the plant is located in the Special Economic Zone (ZEE) in Viana municipality and it has the capacity of producing 100 million hectoliters per year, thus generating jobs to 250 Angolans, among other expatriates.
After the briefing, the Angolan President toured the various areas of the undertaking.
The new beer, branded BELA, will fully be processed in this factory.
In this visit, the Angolan statesman was accompanied by the Vice-president of the Republic, Manuel Vicente, among other cabinet officials.
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