Thursday, December 8, 2011
Posted By: Nomonanoto Sidama | At: 12/08/2011 06:57:00 AM
Posted By: Nomonanoto Sidama | At: 12/08/2011 06:43:00 AM
አዋሳ, ህዳር 28 ቀን 2004 (ሃዋሳ) - በሀዋሳ ከተማ የሚገኘው ቢ ጂ አይ ቢራ ፋብሪካ በ12 ሚሊዮን ብር ወጪ ያስገነባው የፍሳሽ ቆሻሻ ማጣሪያ መሣሪያ አገልግሎት መስጠት መጀመሩን አስታወቀ፡፡
የፋብሪካው ኮርፖሬት ተቆጣጣሪ አቶ በቀለ ሰሙ ለኢትዮጵያ ዜና አገልግሎት እንደገለጹት ተከላው ተጠናቆ አገልግሎት መስጠት የጀመረው መሣሪያ ፋብሪካው ለቢራ ጠመቃ አገልግሎትና ለጠርሙሰ አጠባ የሚጠቀምበትን ፍሳሽ ከኬሚካል ነጻ በማድረግ በአካባቢ ላይ የሚደርሰውን ብክለት ለመከላከል ያስችላል፡፡
በመሳሪያው አማካይነት ተጣርቶ የሚወጣውን ውሃ በአካባቢው የሚገኙ ነዋሪዎች ለመስኖ አገልግሎት መጠቀም እንደሚችሉ ተናግረዋል።
ፋብሪካው የተለያዩ ማህበራዊ አገልግሎት መስጫ ተቋማትን በመገንባት በአካባቢው የሚገኙ ነዋሪዎችን ተጠቃሚ ለማድረግ የሚያስችሉ ተግባራት እያከናወነ መሆኑን ገልፀዋል፡፡
በአንድ ቢሊዮን ብር ካፒታል ተገንብቶ ባለፈው ግንቦት ወር የሙከራ ስራ የጀመረው ቢ ጂ አይ ቢራ ፋብሪካ በአሁኑ ወቅት በቀን 363 ሺህ 600 ጠርሙስ ቢራ በማምረት ላይ የሚገኝ መሆኑን ገልፀው ለ273 ሰዎች የስራ እድል መፍጠሩንም አስታውቀዋል፡፡
ፋብሪካው በሙሉ አቅሙ ማምረት ሲጀምርም የማምረት አቅሙ በእጥፍ እንደሚጨምር አቶ በቀለ ተናግረዋል፡፡
የደቡብ ክልል ንግድ ኢንደስትሪና ከተማ ልማት ቢሮ የመንግስት ኮሚኒኬሽን ጉዳዮች የስራ ሂደት ባለቤት አቶ አበበ ደንጋሞ በበኩላቸው የፍሳሽ ቆሻሻ በአካባቢ ላይ የሚያደርሰውን ብክለት ለመከላከል ፋብሪካው ያከናወነው ተግባር ለሌሎች ፋብሪካዎች አርአያ ሊሆን እንደሚችል አስታውቀዋል፡፡
Posted By: Nomonanoto Sidama | At: 12/08/2011 06:18:00 AM
Kabu Coffee has announced plans to market export standard Ethiopian coffee. The company has expanded its investment capital to 10 million birr for this venture.
Kabu is marketing high quality roasted coffee to international and domestic customers according to Aman Adinew company advisor. The company aimed to venture out in this direction from the outset he said.
Kabu strives to carefully control the quality of its ingredients to ensure the quality service promised by its slogan ‘Coffee Redefined’ said Aman.Adding value to Ethiopia’s number one export, coffee, is sure to make the sector more profitable explains Aman. Ethiopia needs to become competitive in the international roasted coffee market dominated by Europeans he said.
Kabu is partnering with a German firm to introduce roasted and instant coffee into the national market. The company believes that coffee roasted and prepared from Ethiopia and not blended with other types of Coffee will be warmly welcomed on the international market said Aman.
The new venture has the potential to open employment opportunities for many and result in the transfer of knowledge into the country as well as earning foreign exchange. Kabu will be establishing a laboratory at its headquarters to train roasters, exporters and coffee quality professionals. The laboratory will also test the consistency and quality of Kabu’s coffee said Aman.
Kabu aims to be involved in all steps of the process in adding value to the product including, farming, milling, processing, roasting and exporting explained Aman.
Kabu is owned by Ethiopian celebrity Aster Aweke.
Posted By: Nomonanoto Sidama | At: 12/08/2011 06:16:00 AM
Debub Global Bank Share Company is to enter the Ethiopian banking sector in 2012. The Bank has raised 286 million birr in subscribed capital and 150 million in paid up capital through the sale of shares. 5481 shares have been presented to the National Bank pending signature and verification by shareholders according to an official at the Bank.
Debub Global Bank expects to concentrate its activities in the South of Ethiopia where there exists untapped potential for investment said the official. The shareholders of the bank understand the potentials in the South and are interested in engaging in investment and trade in the area explained the official.The General Assembly of the bank has presented a list of people who could potentially serve on its board of directors and has waited six months, after meeting all requirements, to begin operations explained the official.
The National Bank reviewed the thirty potential nominees to the board of directors according to their credentials and the number of votes they received from the General Assembly. Eleven people are said to have passed the screening process of the central bank.
The central bank approved the appointment of Worku Lemma, former vice president of the Oromia International Bank as the founding President of Debub Global Bank.
Debub Global Bank has published a list of its shareholders with holdings ranging from 100 thousand birr to 15 million birr.
Debub Global was exempted from the latest directive requiring new banks to have at least 500 million birr in paid up capital before beginning banking activities, because it was already under formation before the directive was passed.