manufacturing

In Egypt, EETC cancels its 200MW tender to establish a solar power plant in the West Nile area while a manufacturer installs a PV module production line.
The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) Agreement brings hope for future generations of entrepreneurs across all sectors.
Final performance tests conducted in Q1 2019, indicated that NOx production was reduced to significantly lower than local environmental requirements.
Industries around the world are looking for ways to supplement their energy supply to ensure they can continue operating should the country’s grid go down.
Post-COVID-19 African manufacturers can take advantage of opportunities that lead to African trade and global supply chain realignment.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the over-reliance of countries on China to carry through their energy transition.
The delay in the implementation of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA), which was scheduled to launch in July this year, could provide much-needed breathing room for Africa’s manufacturing and construction sectors.
The current COVID-19 related economic challenges highlight the need for Team Africa to support local supply chains to boost economic activity on the continent.
Wind developers can expect a slowdown in commercial activity due to the COVID-19 pandemic across the value chain, which will drive up manufacturing costs.
A new report from Baker McKenzie and Oxford Economics indicates how the pandemic has produced an unprecedented global supply chain crisis.