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Old August 13th, 2013, 06:49 AM   #101
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Several projects announced recently: a juice factory, an agro-processing company (pasta and the like), 50 Turkish textile companies, a Nissan assembly plant (the Ethiopian importer will open it), etc. Slowly but surely, we're getting there.
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Several projects announced recently: a juice factory, an agro-processing company (pasta and the like), 50 Turkish textile companies, a Nissan assembly plant (the Ethiopian importer will open it), etc. Slowly but surely, we're getting there.
we are certainly on our way. But with the muslim protests and tough talk from Egypt/arab world it isnt for sure that we will make it there before something terrible happens. Lets just pray it doesn disrupt us.
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Old September 8th, 2013, 01:16 PM   #104
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Turkish industrial zone planned in Ethiopia
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Turkey is preparing to create a Turkish industrial zone in Ethiopia’s capital, Addis Ababa, as part of its African policy which started in 2005 and has been showing marked development of its business assets.
Speaking at the opening of the African Strategies Sectoral Evaluation Meeting in Ankara on Monday, Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu said that the Ethiopian prime minister had proposed the assignment of some land to establish a Turkish industrial zone in Addis Ababa, and that Turkey hopes to implement this plan.
“They [the Ethiopians] know that we don’t go to Ethiopia with a passing fancy and calculations of temporary profits. We also know that they don’t only offer a business opportunity but that they opened their hearts,” Davutoğlu said, stressing that between Turkey and Ethiopia there are not only economic relations but there are also thriving social relations as well.
Commenting on the new diplomatic steps, Davutoğlu stated that Turkey has come a long way in the last ten years. Davutoğlu explained that a Turkish firm invested $50 million in Ethiopia in 2005 while there are now 341 Turkish companies with a total investment of $3 billion in the country.
The Turkish foreign minister also mentioned the results of the Turkish government’s public diplomacy in Africa. “The amount of Turkish aid to the African continent, particularly to Somalia, has reached $750 million. If we hadn’t spent billions dollars of in public diplomacy and activity, we wouldn’t have the positive image and perception that we got from our humanitarian aid in Somalia,” Davutoğlu said, reiterating that Turkey is reaping the rewards of its humanitarian foreign policy.
Saying that Turkish companies can take advantage of numerous opportunities in fields such as construction and trade, the foreign minister also drew attention to important attempts in the business sector by the African Union, which ranks as one of the most active international organizations in the world.
In the African continent, there are 30 offices of the Turkish Cooperation and Development Agency (TİKA) and 25 trade offices of the Undersecretariat for Foreign Trade, aiming to strengthen economic and bilateral relations between the two countries. The number of Turkish ambassadors in Africa has risen to 34 from 12 in 2005.
Turkey has a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with four African countries, as well as agreements to prevent double taxation and support mutual investments, and Turkey has also established a business council with 17 African countries. Turkish Airlines (THY) has flights to 35 African destinations to improve links between Turkey and African countries as part of the African policy.
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Hello guys Industry zone being established in Dre Dawa ,, similar plans are also being developed for Baher Dar Awassa and Woldiya and Addis already has I think three industry zones ,,, with most power plants in near completion ,,we will definitely see an influx of foreign manufacturers coming to Ethiopia,,, industry is definitely going to take off probably during the next five year plan.

Ethiopian MoI Concluded Agreement with Chinese Association of Industry Zones

The Ethiopian Ministry of Industry has signed agreement with the Chinese Association of Industry Zones for construction of an industry zone in Dire Dawa town.

According to the agreemnet, the association will draft master plan for the industry zone and carry out study on the construction of the zone.

The Ethiopian government, inspired by South Korean industy parks, is setting up industry zones equiped with the necessary infrastructur as well as prebuilt standard factories to be made immediately available to investors through effiecient and integrated administration and other services.

Currently, the government is developing several industry zones in different parts of the country.

Source: Fortune

And here is another article from the ENA web page
ድሬዳዋን የምስራቁ የሀገሪቱ ክፍል የንግድና ኢንዱስትሪ ማእከል የማድረጉ እቅድ በስኬት እየተጠናቀቀ ነው

ድሬዳዋ መስከረም 01/2006 ድሬዳዋን የምስራቁ የሀገሪቱ ክፍል የንግድና ኢንዱስትሪ ማእከል የማድረጉ እቅድ በስኬት እየተገባደደ መሆኑን የድሬዳዋ አስተዳደር ምክትል ከንቲባ አስታወቁ፡፡ ምክትል ከንቲባና የንግድ እንዱስትሪና ኢንቨስትመንት ቢሮ ሃላፊ አቶ አደም ፋራህ ሰሞኑን ለኢትዮጵያ ዜና አገልግሎት እንደገለጹት በአምስት አመቱ የእድገትና ስር ነቀል ለውጥ እቅድ መሰረት ድሬዳዋን የምስራቅ ኢትዮጵያ የንግድ፣ ኢንዱስትሪና አገልግሎት ማእከል የማድረጉ ተግባር በውጤት እየተገባደደ ነው፡፡ ባለፉት ሶስት አመታት በተከናወኑ ስራዎች 50 መካከለኛና ከፍተኛ ኢንዱስትሪዎችን ወደ ማምረትና ወደ ማቀነባበር ተግባር መግባታቸውን ገልጸው ይህም በአምስቱ አመታት 58 እንዱስትሪዎች ወደ ማምረት እንዲሸጋገሩ የተወጠነውን እቅድ ማሳካት እንደሚቻል ያመለክታል ብለዋል፡፡ ድሬዳዋ ዘመናዊ የአስፋልት ፣የባቡር፣የአየርና ሌሎች መሰረተ ልማቶች ባለቤት ከመሆና ባሻገር ለኢንዱስትሪ ግብአት የሚሆኑ ጥሬ እቃዎች በብዛት የሚገኙባት ከጎረቤት አገሮች ጋር በቅርብ ርቀት ላይ መገኘቷ በኢንዱስትሪው ዘርፍ ተመራጭ ማረፊያ እንዳደረጋት አስረድተዋል ፡፡ አስተዳደሩ በኢንዱስትሪ ዞን 137 ሄክታር መሬት ለማኑፋክቸሪንግ ዘርፍ ማዘጋጀቱ ለልማታዊ ባለሐብት በአዲሱ የሊዝ ህግ ያለጨረታ መሬት ማቅረቡ፣በግንባታ ወቅት ለግባታ የሚሆኑ ግብአቶች ያለቀረጥ እንዲገቡ ማድረጉና ወደ ማምረት ለገቡ የገበያ ትስስር በመፍጠር ለሚያጋጥሙ ችግሮች አፋጣኝ ምላሽ በመስጠት የአንዱስትሪና ኢንቨስትመንት ፎረም አቋቁሞ መንቀሳቀሱ ለተመዘገቡት ውጤቶች ክፍተኛ አስተዋጽኦ ማድረጉን አስታውቀዋል፡፡ በተጠናቀቀው በጀት አመት ብቻ ለ5 ሺህ ነዋሪዎች የሥራ እድል የሚፈጥሩ 161 ልማታዊ ባለሃብት ከአንድ ቢሊዮን 089 ሚሊዮን ብር በላይ ካፒታል አስመዝግበውና በነዚህ ምችችቶች ታግዘው በማኑፋክቸሪንግ ሲክተር ተሰማርተዋል ብለዋል፡፡ በቀጣይ ሁለት አመታት እነዚህን ተግባራት ወደ ላቀ ደረጃ የሚሸጋገሩና የተቀመጠውን ውጥን በስኬት ለመደምደም የፌዴራል መንግስት ድሬዳዋን የኢንዱስትሪ ቀጠና ለማድረግ እንቅስቃሴ መጀመሩን ገልጸ ለዚህም አስተዳደሩ አንድ ሺህ 051 ሄክታር መሬት ማዘጋጀቱን ተናግረዋል፡፡ አዲሱ የፈጣን ባቡር ትራንስፖርት ፕሮጀክት እየተካሄደ መሆኑ በማኑፋክቸሪንግ ዘርፍ የሚሰማሩ ግዙፍ የውጭና የሀገር ውስጥ ልማታዊ ባለሐብት ወደ ድሬዳዋ ለመምጣት ዝግጅት እያደረጉ መሆናቸውን አስታውቀዋል፡፡ እነዚህ እንቅስቃሴዎች ድሬዳዋን የኢንዱስትሪ ማእከልነቷን እውን የሚያደርጉና ድህነትና ሥራ አጥነትን ስርነቀል በሆነ መንገድ እንደሚለወጡ አቶ አደም ገልፀዋል፡፡

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great posts & videos FKebede.
Another industrial zone gets a boost


Eshet invests $200 mln in Kombolcha industrial zone


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Tuesday, 11 March 2014 05:21

An Israeli company, Eshet Engineering Ltd, and the Ministry of Industry (MoI) formed a company through a joint venture to set up an industrial zone in the town of Kombolcha, Amhara National Regional state. Eshet invested USD 200 million in these JV.

The Kombolcha Industrial Zone will be constructed on 1,000 hectares and will be used to host prioritized export-oriented sectors, such as textile and garment, leather and leather products, agro-based industries, among others. The government has prepared about 1,123 hectares for industry zone development in Kombolcha. According to the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) the two parties signed, MoI will own 5 percent of all the rights of the industry zone while Eshet will own the rest.

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In a related development Israeli business delegation is the latest to join the constant stream of business to business meetings, with representatives from 16 Israeli companies coming to meet their Ethiopian counterparts on March 5 and 6. The delegation, which was led by the Israeli Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Yair Shamir, consisted largely of companies working in aquaculture, irrigation and agro-industry.

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According to Tefera, currently there are 50 Israeli companies working in Ethiopia and there are more than 150 others in the pipeline already registered that haven’t started work yet. Shamir said that most Israeli business people prefer to open Ethiopian companies while using Israeli technology. “Ethiopia is a huge country that is an island of stability and democracy,” Shamir said. “Around you very few are up to this standard. For us as a country to be able to give guarantee to companies that want to invest in this kind of land that is managed so well by the government is impressive.”

Shamir said that Israel will give assistance to Ethiopia if matters of instability arise. The companies that want to invest in Ethiopia are not only in the agriculture sector but also IT, medicine and technology.

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Ethiopia is now self sufficient in the production of power transmission cables and power transformer units,, good news, for the electrification of the country, and for the planned power export projects.

ኢትዮጵያ ለሃይል ማስተላለፊያ አገልግሎት ከውጭ የምታስገባውን ትራንስፎርመር በሀገር ውስጥ የመተካት ጥረት ውጤታማ ነው

አዲስ አባባ ሰኔ 16/2006 ኢትዮጵያ ለሃይል ማስተላለፊያ አገልግሎት ከውጭ የምታስገባውን የኤሌክትሪክ መሸከሚያ /ትራንስፎርመር / ምርት በሀገር ውስጥ ለመተካት የተደረገውን ጥረት ውጤታማ መሆኑን የውሃና ኢነርጂ ሚኒስትር ገለፁ።

የአገሪቱ የትራንሰፎርመር ፍላጎት ለሟሟላት በአሁኑ ወቅት በቀን ከ30 እስከ 35 ትራንስፎርመር እየተመረተ ነው፡፡

የውሃና ኢነርጂ ሚኒስትሩ አቶ አለማየሁ ተገኑ እንዳሉት መንግስት ባስቀመጠው አቅጣጫ መሰረት በአሁኑ ወቅት ለአገልግሎት የሚውሉ ትራንስፎርመሮችና ኬብሎች በሀገር ውስጥ እየተመረቱ ናቸው፡፡

ይህ ደግሞ ሙሉ ለሙሉ ከውጭ ግዢ ጥገኝነት ለመላቀቅ የተጀመሩ ጥረቶች የሚያጠናክር ነው ብለዋል።

የህዳሴውን ግድብ የኤሌክትሮ መካኒካልና የሃይድሮ መካኒካል ስራ በአገረ ውስጥ የብረታ ብረት ኢንጅነሪግ ኮርፖሬሽን/ሜቴክ/ እየተሰራ መሆኑና ይህም የአገሪቱ አቅምና ብቃት የሚያሳይ መሆኑን ሚኒስትሩ ተናግረዋል።

በትራንስፎርሞሮች የሚያጋጥሙ ብልሽቶች ከሃይል ጭነት ብዛትና ለረዥም ጊዜ እድሳት ሳይደረግለት ሲቆይ መሆኑን የገለጹት ሚኒስትሩ ነገር ግን ማንኛው ዕቃ ጥራቱን ሳይረጋገጥ ወደ አገልግሎት እንደማይገባ አስረድተዋል ።

በሜቴክ እየተሰራ ያለውን ትራንስፎርመር ደረጃውን ጠብቆ እንዲመረት ለማደረግ በምህንድስና ጥራቱን በማረጋገጥ እየተመረተ መሆኑን ተናግረዋል።

በብረታ ብረት ኢንጅነሪግ ኮርፖሬሽን የኢትዮጵያ ፓዎር ኢንጅነሪንግ ኢንዱስትሪ ምክትል ዋና ስራ አስኪያጅና የኦፕሬሽን ኃላፊ ሻለቃ አቡይ ገብረ መድህን የአገሪቱ የትራንሰፎርመር ፈላጎት ለሟሟላት በአሁኑ ወቅት በቀን ከ30 እስከ 35 ትራንስፎርመር እያመረተ ነው ።

በበጀት ዓመቱ በአጠቃላይ ከ7 ሺህ ትራንስፎርመር በላይ በማምረት ለተጠቃሚዎች ማድረስ መቻሉን ገልጸዋል።�

ኃላፊው እንዳሉት አገሪቱ ስታወጣው የነበረውን የውጭ ምንዛሬ ከማዳን ባለፈ በቅርቡ ትራንስፎርመሮቹ ለሚያጋጥማቸው ብልሽት ሃላፊነት ለመውሰድና በአስፈላጊው መጠንና ጊዜ ለማቅረብ አመቺ ሁኔታ ፈጥረዋል።

ከአገሪቱ ትላልቅ የሃይል ማመንጫ ግድቦች ግንባታ የሚመነጨው ሃይል ሊሸከም የሚችል የማስፋፍያ ፕሮጀክቶች እየገነቡ መሆናቸውም ገልፀዋል።

የአገሪቱን የትራንስፎርመር ፍላጎት ከማማላት ባሻገር ምርታቸውን ወደ ውጭ ለመላክ ከወዲሁ አስቀደመው እየሰሩ መሆናቸውንም ጠቁመዋል።

በኮርፖሬሽን የትራንስፎርመር ፋብሪካው ኃላፊ መቶ አለቃ አብርሃለይ ገብረኪዳን ፋብሪካው ዓለማችን የደረሰበትን 10 የጥራት መቆጣጠሪያ ቴክኖሎጂ በመትከል በጥራት፣በዋጋ፣በመጠን ተወዳዳሪ ለመሆን ትኩረት ሰጥቶ እየሰራ ነው።

እነዚህ የጥራት መቆጣጠሪያ ማሽኖች በተለያየ ወቅት የገቡ ትራንስፎርመሮችን ጥራታቸውን የመፈተሽ አገልግሎት መስጠት መጀመራቸውንም ተናግረዋል።

ባለፈው ዓመት ፌደረስ ከሚባል የህንድ ኩባንያ 2 ሺህ 600 ትራንስፎርመሮችን ተገዝተው እንዲገቡ መደረጋቸውን ገልፀው መንግስት ለተቋዋማቸው ትራንስፎርመሮቹ እንዲፈትሿቸው በሰጠው ሃላፊነት መሰረት በ23 ላይ በተወሰደው ናሙና ከደረጃ በታች መሆናቸውን አረጋግጠዋል፡፡

በሌላ በኩል ተቋሙ ትራንስፎርመሮችን ሲያመርት ከጥቃቅንና አነስተኛና ሌሎች ባለሃብቶች ጋር በመተባበር መሆኑን ገልፀው በዚህም ኮርፖሬሽኑ የዲዛይንና መመሪያ በመስጠት 40 በመቶ የትራንስፎርመር ክፍል በማምረት እያቀረቡ መሆናቸውንም ጠቁመዋል።
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Ethiopia says expanding zones to become industrial hub
Fri Jul 4, 2014 2:40pm GMT
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - Ethiopia will start setting up a new industrial park in September and will expand another at a total cost of $250 million, an official said, part of efforts to shift away from farming and become a hub for textiles and other industries.

The Horn of Africa nation aims to attract investors who are moving some manufacturing from China and other Asian markets, where costs are rising. Ethiopia offers cheap labour and fast improving power supply, transport and other infrastructure.

Luring new industry is seen as vital to maintaining high growth rates in Ethiopia's still largely agrarian economy. The economy has expanded annually by double digits in the past decade and is forecast to grow by 8 percent or more this year.

Yaregal Meskir, deputy director general of the Ethiopian Industrial Development Zones Corporation, said plans were being finalised to expand the existing Bole Lemi Industrial Zone, on the southern outskirts of the capital, while a new industrial hub was planned at Kilinto, 30 km (20 miles) further south.

"We have witnessed many investors have come to acquire sheds and land and there is a long queue," he told Reuters in an interview on Friday. "We prefer labour-based industries like garment manufacturing and shoe manufacturing for exports."

After selecting a designer, he said building Bole Lemi phase two and the Kilinto Industrial Zone would start in September.

A third of the 156-hectare Bole Lemi site was developed at a cost of 2.5 billion birr ($127.5 million), financed by the state, in the first phase and has attracted Korean garment-maker Myungsung Textile Company and Taiwan's George Shoe Corporation.

The Kilinto zone will cover 243 hectares. Both the expansion work and new site would be financed by a $250 million World Bank loan, Yaregal told Reuters.

The industrial parks are central to Ethiopia's plans to build an industrial base, with textiles and garments seen as a key sector, in part because the country benefits from the U.S. AGOA trade pact allowing duty-free exports to the U.S. market.

The industrial zones offer land for factories at $1 per square metre a month, tax holidays for up to seven years and customs and other services on site for those investing in the nation of about 90 million people, officials say.

NEW HUBS PLANNED

"Ethiopia has developed a strategy that gives priority to certain industries," Taddese Haile, State Minister of Industry, told Reuters. "The aim is to see Ethiopia as a globally-known cluster for textiles and garment products."

Another three manufacturing hubs are planned across the country in the next decade, including a Special Economic Zone in the eastern town of Dire Dawa of 3,000 to 20,000 hectares. Details of the Special Economic Zone are still under study.

Ethiopia faces tough competition from other African countries seeking to benefit from increased interest among foreign investors in a continent with a fast-growing middle class with rising disposable incomes.

In countries like Ghana, for example, small, prefabricated 'pop-up' factories are providing low-cost, low-risk ways to churn out consumer goods for global markets by circumventing onerous local regulations and corruption. Ethiopia, once ruled by communists, has driven up its economic growth rates with strong state intervention as well as rising farm output. Industry accounted for just 10 percent of economic output last year, official figures showed.

The International Monetary Fund forecasts economic growth of 8 percent to 8.5 percent for fiscal 2013/14 and 2014/15 but has also said the state must avoid squeezing out private firms.

Strong growth has helped fuel projects that include hydro-electric dams and other power projects to offer cheap electricity and a growing network of roads and railways. The capital will soon have its own urban metro, a rarity in Africa.

In a bid to encourage investment, the government is allowing private firms to build their own industrial hubs. One such enterprise is the Eastern Industrial Zone, whose shareholders included China's Jiangsu Qiyuan Group.

Firms operating in that zone include Huajian Group, which produces around 300,000 pairs of shoes and sandals a month for Western markets. The firm is planning its own industrial park.
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in the next 5 years ethiopia is set to be the largest manufacturing hub in East Africa and 10 years in all Africa if FDI keep flooding home.
i predict that china will slowly switch to a western style economy in the next decade and shift away their facilities and plants to Africa.
a great opportunity to improve manufacturing and businesses in the continent.
i heard around 80 millions blue collars jobs will be shutdown in china due to the modernization of its economy. most of these jobs are expected to come into africa.
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in the next 5 years ethiopia is set to be the largest manufacturing hub in East Africa and 10 years in all Africa if FDI keep flooding home.
i predict that china will slowly switch to a western style economy in the next decade and shift away their facilities and plants to Africa.
a great opportunity to improve manufacturing and businesses in the continent.
i heard around 80 millions blue collars jobs will be shutdown in china due to the modernization of its economy. most of these jobs are expected to come into africa.
That is very good , but my main hope is the small enterprises we have been setting up, will take off to be the real drivers of our industry, they are our future employers and technology hubs, I am sure, we will see them evolving into a sophisticated automotive and electrical engineering industry.
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