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Namibia: Outapi tomato processing plant complete at last

11/01/2019 - François-Xavier Branthôme
There are more and more projects to build tomato processing plants, particularly in different countries in Africa.
According to the Namibian local press, the construction of a tomato processing plant in Outapi, close to the Angolan border, is finally complete, with only a few touch-ups pending.  Over the past two years, Omusati Regional Council has been engaged in various projects among which the horticulture project, which aimed at erecting a tomato processing plant.
The building is now complete and equipped with semi-automatic processing machinery. “We wanted semi-automatic machinery to allow part of processing to be carried out by people because we also want to create employment (for 30 to 40 people). At the same time we needed machines with the capacity that match the quantity of tomatoes that we can produce,” said Regional Governor Erginus Endjala.



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