Tanzania: CPB to construct three maize flour and paddy processing plants to win

Published Jul 10, 2022

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THE Cereals and other Produce Board of Tanzania (CPB) will during 2022/23 fiscal year construct three new maize flour and paddy processing and milling plants targeting at strengthening its competitiveness and exploring the emerging trade opportunities in the East African region.

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The factories to be constructed in the regions of Dar es Salaam, Mwanza and Mbeya, will see CPB investing an estimated 13billion/- upon completion. Currently, CPB owns seven processing plants in the regions of Dar es Salaam, Arusha, Dodoma, Mbeya and Morogoro. Addressing reporters on Thursday evening at the climax of the ongoing 46th International Trade Fair held in Dar es Salaam, CPB Director General Dr. Anselm Moshi said that the board has been allocated with 20.5billion/- in the 2022/23 budget for financing infrastructure developments projects that also involves construction of large storage facilities for farm products it handles. “The board is finalizing tendering processes for the construction of a maize-cassava composite flour processing plant in Mwanza city. The factory has the capacity of processing 125 tons a day. The factory’s value is 5bn/- upon completion,” said Dr Moshi. According to him, the second plant will be constructed in Kyela district Mbeya region. It is ...
Source: IPPMedia
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