|Promotion and value adding for local products||28,171.66 USD||SEN/058/1309|
|Onion seeds production.||65.000 USD||SEN/055/1309|
|Processing of fishery products||168.000 EUR||SEN/045/1107|
|Production of fish meal and manures||48 783,34 EUR||SEN/044/1107|
|Project for the Extension of a poultry farm||198,920.77 EUR (130.483.721 CFA)||SEN/043/1106|
|Exports of fresh and processed mangoes and other tropical fruits and vegetables||To be determined||PHL/004/1504|
|Manufacturing of pumps and deep well turbines||575,000 USD||PAK/011/1402|
|Poultry meat and feed processing expansion||USD 1,000,000.00||ETH/079/1503|
|Mango and mango pulp processing plant.||USD 15,000,000.00||ETH/077/1503|
|Pineapple production and export||500,000 USD||ETH/076/1503|
|Horticulture and medicinal plants production (Moringa)||USD 500,000.00||ETH/072/1503|
|Beza Mar Honey production expansion||500,000 USD||ETH/061/1503|
|Honey processing plant extension||400,000 USD||ETH/060/1503|
|Coffee roasting plant expansion||USD 3,000,000.00||ETH/020/1503|
|Ethiopian quality roasted coffee for export markets||USD 1,200,000.00||ETH/019/1503|
|Expand coffee production and export high quality roasted coffee||USD 2,150,000.00||ETH/016/1503|
|Expand quality Ethiopian coffee for export markets.||USD 500,000.00||ETH/015/1503|
|Expand production of high quality coffee beans||USD 390,000.00||ETH/014/1503|
|Chickpeas, sesame and niger seed production||USD 5,250,000.00||ETH/011/1503|
|Production & Export of Organic Spice Oils & Oleoresin||USD 2,600,000.00||ETH/010/1503|
|Sesame seeding and export improvement||USD 5,000,000.00||ETH/008/1503|
|New production of poultry products (meat and eggs).||USD 7,000,000.00||ETH/004/1503|
|Establishment of a soya processing plant||USD 3,900,000.00||ETH/001/1503|
|Development of sea buckthorn production and export opportunities.||USD 275.000||ARM/004/1010|
|Strengthening export potential of AREGA cannery to meet growing export demand.||USD 3 mln, USD 2.5 mln of which is considered as a financing/investment.||ARM/003/1010|
|Production and export of fresh fruits and vegetables.||758,843.84 USD||SEN/060/1309|
|Coffee farming and processing||Year 3 USD 725,000 and Year 5 USD 2,430,000||TZA/28/1311|
|STÉ Rawen||300m TDN||TUN/387/T/16-06|
|Société Nopal Zaafrana||220.000 TND||TUN/376/T/16-06|
|Peanut paste, oil and oil cakes production||275.012 USD||SEN/062/1310|
|Production Unit for personalized biodegradable cups||75,667.65 USD||SEN/057/1309|
|Local products company modernization||119.000 EUR||SEN/052/1202|
|Transformation of local products||232.973,35 EUR||SEN/050/1107|
|Production of fresh tomatoes||30 489,80 EUR||SEN/048/1107|
|Modernization and expansion of a fruit transformation unit.||1.079.030 USD||SEN/032/1009|
|Promoting organic rice for agricultural development in Pangasinan||USD 1,443,000||PHL/22/1511|
|Cassava post-production and marketing services facility project||USD 4,391,304||PHL/21/1511|
|Organic rice farming project and ducks breeding||USD 706,522||PHL/20/1511|
|Supporting agriculture competitivness through efficient post-harvest facilities for Biad V||USD 1,202,609||PHL/19/1511|
|Establishment of a Sugacane Processing Plant||Approx. $50M||PHL/14/1510|
|Expansion of production of Mega Fishing Corporation||1,000,000.00||PHL/12/1510|
|Brooke’s Point Integrated Coconut Hub Project||450,000.00||PHL/11/1510|
|Production of organic muscovado sugar products||USD 2.500.000||PHL/010/1504|
|Production of tomato paste and sauce||USD 50.000||PHL/009/1504|
|New technologies and equipments in food processing||USD 30.106.409||PHL/006/1504|
|Contract manufacturing/packaging services||USD 5.000.000||PHL/003/1504|
|Development of Agri-Machinery and Food Processing Equipment||878,000.00 USD||PHL/002/1411|
|Development of Transmission System for Combined Rice Harvester, Transplanter, and other Accessories||650,000.00 USD||PHL/001/1411|
|Ribaué Agricola||USD 50.000||MOZ/035/1606|
|F&J Farming||USD 154.105||MOZ/032/1606|
|Lagoa Poolela Fisheries||MOZ/027/1606|
|Kuani Forestry||USD 4.350.000||MOZ/026/1606|
|Kuani Maize||USD 3.600.000||MOZ/025/1606|
|Frangos do Norte||USD 2.000.000||MOZ/023/1606|
|Detta Services||USD 750.250||MOZ/018/1606|
|Establishment of a Fruit Processing Plant||100.000,00 USD||MOZ/011/1109|
|Cashew Nuts Processing Plant||USD 125.686,00||MOZ/010/1109|
|Industry of Fruit processing||80.000 USD||MOZ/003/1011|
|Cactus jam production||USD 10,000.00||ETH/078/1503|
|Forest-coffee honey production and distribution expansion||USD 50,000.00||ETH/064/1503|
|Coffee Processing||To be determined||ETH/031/1206|
|Innovative packaging system for exporting injera to foreign markets||USD 264,705.88||ETH/027/1203|
|Zebad gesha Ethiopia coffee roasting project||To be determined||ETH/025/1203|
|Coffee roasting and grinding||USD 1,050,000.00||ETH/017/1503|
|Expand breakfast cereals and enriched food production||USD 10,000,000.00||ETH/006/1503|
|Production and industrialization of non- ligneous forestal products||To be determined||CMR/035/1202|
|Coffee Company Extension and Modernization||5 000 000 EUR||CMR/034/1201|
|Diversification of the production – Citronella products||1 040 998,11 EUR||CMR/009/1004|
|Expand coffee production and export high quality Brazilian coffee||USD 5,000,000||BRA003I1605|
|AL AGHSAN Hydroponic Produce||USD 150,000||BHR/006/1309|
|Aluminium Radiators Manufacturing for Automobiles||PAK/024/1405|
|Rubber auto parts production expansion through R&D and Technical expertise||USD 250,000||PAK/017/1402|
|Manufacturing of different types of gears||1,502,252 USD||PAK/013/1402|
|Manufacturing of Forged Parts and Machined Blanks for Agricultural Tractors, Bikes and Automotive Industries||1.5 Million USD||PAK/012/1402|
|Manufacturing of Forged Parts and Machined Blanks for Agricultural Tractors, Bikes and Automotive Industries||2.5 million USD||PAK/010/1402|
|Technical Expertise and Joint R&D partnership required for a local auto parts and light engineering company||USD 9.00 Million||PAK/009/1402|
|Infinity Engineering - Manufacturers & Exporters of Tractor Parts, Agriculture Implements, and Automotive parts||USD 467.290||PAK/008/1402|
|Technical Assistance required to improve quality of Alloy Wheels manufacturing for cars.||USD 1.2 Million||PAK/006/1402|
|Quality upgrading for manufacturing CV Boots & Bellows and other rubber parts, mounting, bushing, etc.||USD 1.0 Million||PAK/005/1402|
|Manufacturing Engine Valves, Seats & Guides for Domestic & International markets||USD 750,000||PAK/003/1402|
|Quality upgrading for manufacturing oil seal and gaskets||To be determined||PAK/002/1402|
|Vehicles Conversion Center to use the Compressed Natural Gas (CNG).||76.000 USD||MOZ/004/1011|
|Compounding for Green Tyre Technology||IRN/003/1910|
|Rubber Shoe Soles production||To be determined||PAK/023/1404|
|Manufacturing unit for Elastic Max Rubber industry||250,000 USD||PAK/015/1402|
|Enhancing access to Diplong City, Complention of Diplong City seaport and support facilities||USD 4,347,826||PHL/15/1511|
|Limestone & Cement Project||608.333.400 USD||MOZ/009/1109|
|Production of tile cement||400.000 USD||GHA/42/1412|
|Dody Plast||2.000.000 USD||EGY/720/1210|
|Value addition on soap making business produced by local small scale entrepreneurs in Dar es Salaam region for competitive market access||217,000 USD||TZA/57/1404|
|Omega Tunisie||200 000 DT||TUN/385/T/16-06|
|Establishment of a Dairy Production Farm||350.000,00 USD||MOZ/008/1109|
|Production and distribution of milk and beef in the local market||USD 1,500,000.00||ETH/031/1503|
|Expand production and distribution of milk and quality milk products.||USD 1,800,000.00||ETH/030/1503|
|To expand the production and distribution of milk and cheese||53,500 USD||ETH/029/1503|
|Noumidia Marbre||1.040.000 TND||TUN/379/T/16-06|
|Sté le Marbre Brin||2 000 000 €||TUN/378/T/16-06|
|Rakmy Electronics||950.000 TND||TUN/386/T/16-06|
|A leading cable manufacturing company intend to enhance its production capacity||US $ 10 Million||PAK/027/1406|
|Solar and Biomass Hybrid Powered Water and Electricity Supply||500,000 USD||TZA/59/1503|
|Ndungu Hydro Power Project||16,289,051 USD||TZA/58/1407|
|Energy efficient water heating for Hotels in Tanzania||5,000,000.00 USD||TZA/55/1404|
|Scaling-Up of Charcoal Briquette Production in Tanzania||450,000 USD||TZA/54/1404|
|OKEY Solar Panels building in Tanzania||150,000 USD||TZA/53/1404|
|Ryangubo Wind power investment||250,000 US$||TZA/52/I/2014-04|
|Manufacturing of wind turbines||250,000 USD||TZA/51/1404|
|Briquettes and pellets||428,955 USD||TZA/50/1404|
|Capture the light project||2 million USD||TZA/48/1404|
|Lighting the Rural project||500,000 USD||TZA/47/1404|
|Determination of pesticides concentrations in water, sediments and vegetables grown in Iringa and Lushoto, Tanga and Training on good practices applications of pesticides for promotion of starting vegetable plantations||205,500 USD||TZA/45/1404|
|Up-scaling Solar Application in Tanzania through Products Dissemination and Development of Niche Solar PV Solutions (NICHESOLAR)||To be determined||TZA/44/1404|
|Biomass Gasification for Heat and Power Decentralized Systems in Tanzania||130,000 USD||TZA/43/1404|
|Amalgamation and densification of Dar es Salaam’s municipal solid waste for a higher calorific value refuse-derived-fuel||250,000 USD||TZA/42/1404|
|Developing reliable energy sources for empowered communities: T'boli mini-hydropower projects||USD 3,870,000.00||PHL/18/1511|
|Banga mini hydro power project: energizing South Cobato||USD 5,434,782||PHL/17/1511|
|Stabilizing power supply in Talikud Island through generated source: integrated renewable energy solutions for Talikud Island||USD 217,391||PHL/16/1511|
|Commercial representation/Partenarship||50.000 EUR||MOR/518/1210|
|Installation of variable speed system in baghouse fan and EP fan in raw mill department||IRN/011/1910|
|Upgrading Cyclone 1||IRN/008/1910|
|Installation of VSD on Fan of electro-filter line 1 and 2.||IRN/007/1910|
|Installation of VSD on Fan electromotor of the Raw Material Mill.||IRN/006/1910|
|The installation of Sonic Cleaning Technology instead of Ball Cleaning in heat exchanger modules.||IRN/005/1910|
|Photovoltaic Systems for Households||1,000,000 USD||GHA/39/1312|
|Gel fuel production using sugarcane||To be determined||GHA/35/1312|
|Generation of 315MW Power through a wind farm on a 63sq.km area||500 Mln USD||GHA/34/1312|
|Biogas from Food waste||To be determined||GHA/33/1312|
|Generation of 35MW Power using solar energy||USD 20.000.000||GHA/29/1312|
|Solar Water heater||To be determined||EGY/732/1204|
|epTAS-EPECO Total Aqua Solutions Projects||5.000.000 USD||EGY/703/1111|
|BIO.CAM - recovery production unit and an agricultural development project||35 000 000 EUR||CMR/070/1411|
|CAMSOLAR - Assembly unit for photovoltaic panels and solar kits; other electronic gadgets related to renewable energy||20 000 000 EUR- technical evaluation required||CMR/069/1411|
|Nuru Light project||1.652.808 USD||CMR/068/1403|
|Valorisation energètique du biogaz||20.660.104 USD||CMR/067/1403|
|Aménagement hydroélectrique d'IDENAO et élecrification de 05 localités||34.181.516 USD||CMR/062/1403|
|Aménagement hydroélectrique de BAI et élecrification de 10 localités||29.787.072 USD||CMR/061/1403|
|Aménagement hydroélectrique de DJAMTARI et élecrification de 07 localités||33.456.300 USD||CMR/060/1403|
|Aménagement hydroélectrique de MESSOK||4.626.761 USD||CMR/059/1403|
|Aménagement hydroélectrique de MVENGUE||5.661.274 USD||CMR/058/1403|
|Aménagement hydroélectrique de NGAMBE TIKAR et élecrification de 04 localités||7.376.158 USD||CMR/057/1403|
|Aménagement hydroélectrique de OLAMZE et élecrification de 10 localités||5.725.679 USD||CMR/056/1403|
|Aménagement hydroélectrique de MBANGBERE et élecrification de 08 localités||14.383.860 USD||CMR/055/1403|
|Aménagement hydroélectrique de MAYO-DJINGA et élecrification de 08 localités||35.258.600 USD||CMR/054/1403|
|Aménagement hydroélectrique de DEUK NGORO et électrification de 03 localités||5.768.990 USD||CMR/053/1403|
|ENERGY PRODUCTION FROM AGRICOLTURAL, LIVESTOCK AND BUTCHER WASTE||133.400 EUR||CMR/030/1111|
|Parabolic trough concentrated solar thermal power station||10.307.600 USD||ARM/014/1205|
|Geomatics Engineering||184.000 MDT||TUN/382/T/16-06|
|Solid & Liquid waste management machinery||PAK/025/L/1405|
|Sustainable Health Care Waste Management in Tanzania||3,000,000.00 USD||TZA/56/1404|
|Laboratory scale of an on-site waste water treatment systems for enhanced public health within the City of Dar es Salaam||300,000 USD||TZA/46/1404|
|Solar power system in Tanzania||100.000 USD||TZA/26/1310|
|Expansion of a collect and recycling unit in the Thiès region||To be determined||SEN/030/1009|
|Solid Waste Treatment Facility||USD 3,144,266||PAK/031/1408|
|Leachate treatment||1.000.000 USD||MOR/517/1210|
|Water treatment and recycling||To be determined||MOR/427/1010|
|Dena Tyre Company - Installation of Water Treatment unit||IRN/004/1910|
|Waste Water Treatment from Ice Cream Production||IRN/002/1910|
|Recycling project for organic and plastic waste||100.000 USD||GHA/40/1312|
|Industrial rice waste management||1.500.000 USD||EGY/723/1210|
|Medical Waste Treatment||2.000.000 USD||EGY/722/1210|
|Recycling of old and defected tyres||USD 4.750.000,00||EGY/691/1111|
|Tyres recycling project||800.000,00 USD||EGY/690/1111|
|Construction d'un centre de tri et d'usine de recyclage des dèchèts plastiques||1.896.298 USD||CMR/065/1403|
|Collecte et récupération des déchets plastiques et batteries usagées||21.069 USD||CMR/063/1403|
|Plastic and paper recycling||308.679 USD||CMR/050/1311|
|Complete treatment of electric and electronic waste (DEEE)||600 000 EUR||CMR/049/1311|
|Tyre Recyling Plant||BOT/016/1710|
|Waste to energy power/ electricity production||BOT/013/1710|
|Gaborone Transfer Station & Recycling Centre||BOT/012/1710|
|waste tire recycling company that produce furniture such as: doors, stools, rubber interlocking bricks, rubber granules, coffee tables just to name a few.||BOT/002/1709|
|Industrial unit for manufacturing of agricultural machinery||357.152,85 EUR||SEN/046/1107|
|Manufacturing of Cabin Parts, Rear View Mirrors, Sun Visors for Agricultural Tractors||573.436 USD||PAK/007/1402|
|Strengthening of a fishery products processing unit||262 140 USD||SEN/065/1701|
|A project for fishery products enhancement and implementation in Senegal||440.000 USD||SEN/064/1701|
|Establishment of an industrial unit for fishery products processing and exporting||1 375 268,79 USD||SEN/063/1609|
|Extension of the LEADER FISH factory||2 000 000 USD||MAU/003/1703|
|The realization of a complex for the valorization of fishery products||USD||MAU/002/1703|
|Extension of the fish processing plant Negoce Mauritania||2500.000 USD||MAU/001/1702|
|Construction project of a standardized unit for the fishery products treatment and processing||634 498, 0588 USD||GIN/006/1703|
|Improving the cold chain to encourage the fishery products trade at international level||10653655||GIN/004/1611|
|The construction of a modern smoking plant for the fish products||33 087 USD||GIN/003/1611|
|Construction of a modern plant for the fishery products processing and smoking, intended for export and local consumption||861 675.55 USD||GIN/002/1611|
|Construction and operation of a fish treatment plant||2 200 000.00 USD||GIN/001/1611|
|Revitalization of artisanal fishing in San Pedro port||520 000 USD||CIV/016/1703|
|Expanding the access to the European market of these products: canned tuna and tuna loins||CIV/015/1702|
|Replacement of the freezing and production equipment for fishery products of the company||400 000 USD||CIV/014/1702|
|To modernize the storage plants of fishery products||USD||CIV/013/1609|
|The modernization of the smoked fish production unit||17230,79 USD||CIV/012/1609|
|Fishery products treatment, processing, and trade||1 560 000 USD||CIV/011/1609|
|Export of smoked and attiéké fish to Europe||40 000 USD||CIV/010/1609|
|Upgrading quality and design standards for furniture production company||To be determined||VNM/019/1110|
|Upgrading marketing and management skills for furniture company in Vietnam||To be determined||VNM/018/1110|
|Production cooperation and upgrading for furniture manufacturer in Vietnam||To be determined||VNM/016/1110|
|Market expansion and partner search for wooden floor producer Vietnam||To be determined||VNM/015/1110|
|Upgrading and enlarging distribution channels of Trading and Service Joint Stock Company in Vietnam||To be determined||VNM/014/1110|
|Quality upgrading in furniture production for export markets||To be determined||VNM/013/1110|
|Vietnam furniture manufacturer upgrading||To be determined||VNM/013/1110|
|Leather processing wet-blue||USD 1Million||UGA/166/1009|
|Hide and skin processing industry in Singida, Tanzania||3,666,700 USD||TZA/29/1311|
|Expansion of a shoes and leather goods factory||83 841,46 EUR||SEN/047/1107|
|Developing and exporting Ethiopian traditional handicrafts||To be determined||ETH/028/1203|
|Newest Technology Test||280.000 TND||TUN/380/T/16-06|
|Expanding the manufacturing capabilities of precious stones jewelry||To be determined||PAK/001/1311|
|Medpyc S.A||600.000 €||TUN/384/T/16-06|
|Production and sale of ice flakes.||329,506.26 USD||SEN/053/1203|
|A leading manufacturer of Medical Instruments and Hobby Tools is looking for a foreign JV investment partner into the company.||To be determined||PAK/022/1403|
|Manufacturer and Exporter of Dental implants instruments kit||USD 100.000||PAK/018/1403|
|Awami Laboratories - Producer of herbal Medicine seeking market access||USD 500,000||PAK/021/1402|
|Expansion and modernization of the Group Nabini||838,056.37 USD||SEN/059/1309|
|Improve flexible packaging||To be determined||PHL/005/1504|
|Manufacturing of PET preforms||500.000 USD||MOZ/007/1011|
|Accusation of new Packing and Sorting Technology||1,000,000 USD||JOR/374/1309|
|Manufacturing of innovative products using smart-materials, embedded composites and Nano Technology.||5-10 million USD||PAK/014/1402|
|Construction of 50 MW wind farm in Zabol, Sistan & Balouchestan Province, Iran||IRN/013/1910|
|Use of Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) instead of fossil fuels||2000000 USD||IRN/012/1910|
|Installation of a 50 MW Windpark in KUHIN (Ghazvin)||IRN/010/1910|
|Installation of a 10 MW Windpark in Kahak (Ghazvin)||IRN/009/1910|
|Solar Power plant in an egg producer company||IRN/001/1910|
|Off-Grid Solar Action Plan||BOT/018/1710|
|Build, Own, Operate and Transfer a 1 MV Solar PV Plant||BOT/015/1710|
|Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) for the installation in Serowe at Sekgoma Memorial Hospital||BOT/014/1709|
|Installation solar streetlights in Gaborone||BOT/011/1710|
|Life Support Container||BOT/010/1710|
|Production of Hydrocarbon Fuels and renewable carbon materials from Solid Waste||BOT/009/1710|
|Solar Borehole pumping solutions||BOT/007/1709|
|Database Platform in Renewable Energy||BOT/006/1709|
|Eco-Farming with Renewable Energy Technologies||BOT/005/1709|
|Integrated Waste Management Solution&Landfill Gas to Electricity in Botswana||BOT/004/1709|
|Promoting Production and Utilisation of Biogas from Agrowaste in South Eastern Botswana||BOT/003/1709|
|Greenhouse Solar Power Installation||BOT/001/1709|
|Natural fibers composites manufacturing||To be determined||BGD/001/1205|
|Diversification of trading activities||USD 1,200,000.00||ETH/030/1204|
|Garments manufacturing expansion||500,000 US$||PAK/004/L/1402|
|Garments manufacturing expansion||500,000 USD||PAK/004/1402|
|Joint Venture and equipment purchase for the production of cashmere garments||900,000 USD||MNG/010/0905|
|extension of garment factory from CMP to FOB Business||160.000 $||MMR/6/1510|
|Extension of business model from CMP to FOB||1,000,000||MMR/5/1510|
|Extension of textile company from CMP to FOB Business||MMR/4/1510|
|Improvement of capacity and quality of the garment factory||MMR/3/1510|
|Extension of textile company from CMP to FOB Business||MMR/2/1510|
|Botswana Ecotourism Certification||BOT/008/1710|
|HIVE Food & Herbs Products||USD 65,000||BHR/008/1309|
|Salad Boutique Expansion/New Salad Packaging and New Organic Menu||To be determined||BHR/007/1309|
|Sotulin SA||6.200.000 TND||TUN/377/T/16-06|
|Establishment of an industrial carpentry||2 600 000 EUR||GAB/002/1008|
The project aims to promote and add value to local traditional products, in particular the « NGALAX » within the area of Dakar. The « NGALAX » is made of wheat, peanuts, bread, sugar and other ingredients such as citrus fruits. This product has never been produced at industrial levels.
The project seeks to start high-quality onion seeds production. The producer believes in the convenience of such production due to lower resources (land and water) that the production would require and the high national demand for seeds, currently imported from foreign markets.
The project consists of processing of fishery products (sardines, murex, etc ...). The products are either cooked or washed, graded and frozen at -40°C. After refrigeration they are stored at -18°C before being shipped in containers to Chinese, Korean and the African sub-region's customers.
The Company NUTRIMER, based in Joal produces fish meal and organic fertilizers derived from the processing of fish waste and waste recovery in the production of fish meal. The project aims to expand the current productive capacity to fully satisfy the local demand for these products.
The project aims to establish a poultry farm with an henhouse with a capacity of 10 000 places and to rehabilitate the production of chickens. The company also requires the establishment of a complete slaughterhouse and a refrigerator truck to close the productive chain and sell the products locally.
The project is aimed to explore joint partnerships and new ventures that the company can utilize for their expansion plans. Additionally, the company is interested in the best practices to improve their products and make them eligible for export to the European Union.
The company is engaged in the manufacturing of deep well turbines, submersible pumps, centrifugal pumps and non-clogging pumps. The project sees also the development of Pump Performance Test Bed and Lab. Products will be supplied to Government departments, namely, PHED, Building Dept., Municipality and for water Treatment Plants, Aqua Ducts, Industries, Irrigation etc.
Almaz poultry and feed processing enterprise is one of the earliest largest private poultry farm established in the 1993. The farm is located about 45 kms from the capital Addis Ababa. The products are poultry for meat, associated with dairy farm to produce milk, and vegetable. The major market is Addis Ababa supermarkets, the demand for chicken, milk and vegetable is high in the capital and neighboring big cities. The farm has the potential to grow and produce much more that it is performing today. As the Ethiopian middle class is growing up the demand of the products mentioned is short in supply.
The project objective is to start the production and processing of mango fruit. In particular, the company foresee to venture in both the selling of fresh mangos and in the processing of mango concentrate and mango puree. The entire project is to cover the 3.000 ha of the farm with mango and to process concentrate and Puree for the juice industry. Ethiopia being a mango producing country, mango juice is 100% imported from abroad. In the short mango season, there is a big supply of fresh mango, but only a single processing plant. The project is intending to reduce the post-harvest lose of the fresh mango, and substitute the imported juice.
The project consists of starting up a company engaged in both the own production and harvesting of pineapples from local producers and both the export of such product to Sweden. The strategy imply to exploit a 36 hectares already own by the entrepreneur, planting pineapple trees, building an irrigation system and a processing plant. The final product will be export to Sweden where commercial links have already been established.
The project plans to expand the processing plant of fruits and vegetables, in particular moringa, in order to rise the production volume and reach foreign markets. Moringa is a medicinal plant produced and processed for local market as tea and moringa leaves. The products are 100% locally marketed. Moringa is sold locally, finding a quite ample market in Ethiopia. However, the beneficial effects of the product on health and its possible therapeutic uses concur to open new opportunities for the commercialization of Moringa tea and leaves. In such a view, the owner wants to expand the processing plant and the farmable land in order to access to foreign markets. The company promotes Moringa for its health benefits. The project is expected to succeed because the medical plant has an already high local and national demand. Moreover, thanks to the expansion plan, the company intends to find new markets and start to export their products.
The project's main plan is both to expand the honey processing plant into four regions of Ethiopia (Tigray, Oromia, Addis Abeba and SNNP) in order to rise productive capacity of the company and to set new beehives around Jimma in order to minimize operational cost. Currently Beza Mar is engaged in the production and processing of honey and exporting 100% of their products. The major interest for the company is to receive technical experts to improve the productivity and marketing network.
The project's main plan is to expand its honey processing plant in order to rise the production volume and increase its export markets. The company is engaged mainly in honey production and processing for the local market. The byproduct, beeswax has a good demand on the local market too. The intention of the company is to extend production possibilities and to penetrate international markets. Moreover, the owner is keen to open for partnerships with different business realities and have access to the global market.
The project consists of building a new roasting plant for coffee beans. The company is in fact currently engaged in coffee beans production and collection selling then the product to the ECX and by means of the investment it aims at expand the production cycle to processing and value addition. The strategy consists of providing the company with such a new equipment and a specialized fork force, in order to sell the processed product to European markets. The company already possesses a startup plan of US$ 3,000,000 and is so seeking a source of financing and partnerships to realize the project.
Kabu coffee plc. is planning to expand the production volume of Ethiopian quality roasted coffee in order to put into place an export strategy able to reach several world markets. Kabu coffee plc. is a sister company of METAD plc. engaged in the agriculture production and marketing. Kabu coffee plc. specifically established coffee plantation in the Southern Nations and Nationalities Regional Government. While establishing the nursery and planting, the company export high quality coffee to a demanding market which involves countries such as Japan, Korea, Russia etc. The company established a state of the art quality control lab. This is considered to be the first attempt of such type in Africa.
The company is engaged in the coffee processing, roasting, grinding and distribution. The company buys coffee through the national distribution channel acceding to high quality coffee beans, adds value processing the raw material and markets locally for the supermarkets and end users. The company can count on a solid experience in the field and on an increasing demand, both local and international, for high quality roasted coffee. The project is so directed to expand production capacity and to meet the demand of also external markets.
The company â€œAster Bunnaâ€ is engaged in coffee processing, roasting, grinding and distribution in the Addis Ababa and other major cities. It is considered one of the well known company in coffee processing and distribution. The company has three coffee shops in Addis Ababa. The major challenge the company is currently facing is penetrating the international market. The manager is keen to develop partnerships with companies interested to distribute quality Ethiopian coffee in the international market.
The company is engaged in coffee production and export; This exceptional coffee is exported through Ethiopia's only female miller/exporter, Asnakech Thomas. Native to the Amaro region, Asnakech decided in 2005 to return to Ethiopia and improve the coffee quality and living conditions of her community. The coffee is scrupulously harvested, sorted, and milled at her facilities, so she has remarkable control over her crops. As a brewed coffee, the Amaro Gayo is a remarkable sonata of baking spices and aromatic woods. The project employees about 32 permanent an over 200 temporary workers. The company is interested to improve the technical and management skills of the staff. The project has financial constraints to achieve its goal to market value added roasted coffee.
The project aims at producing cleaned and color sorted from chickpea and sesame to be exported to international markets. In particular, the cooperative intends to produce cleaned & color sort sesame, cleaned chickpea and cleaned niger seed to be exported to Israel and China. The strategy focus on the consistent external demand for the products both by processing companies and end-buyers, which are the costumers targets of the company.
The project aim is to start the production of organic spice oils and oleoresin to be internationally exported. More specifically, the cooperative wants to engaged in the production of Ginger Oil, Ginger Oleoresin and Fenugreek Oleoresin and export its products to Asian countries, in particular to Singapore and China. The strategy focus on the consistent external demand for Oils and Oleoresins both by processing companies and end-buyers, which are the costumers targets of the company.
The company is engaged in the export of sesame seeds collected and processed by small holder farmers. The intention of the project is to directly involve the company within the production and processing phase and increment its export activity by purchasing the land necessary for farming and processing by its own. The company has good stand, but needs marketing networks both for commercializing sesame seeds and future processed products. The company is interested in participating to the IAIP to establish the processing plant within the park.
The objective of the project is to produce poultry products (meat and eggs) for the local market at a profitable yet affordable price. The company is current engaged in the production of flowers and vegetables for the export market . The owner is willing to expand and diversify the production by investing in the poultry sector, considered as particularly profitable. The company vaunts a decade of activity and it has became a national excellence in the production of flowers and it is able to reach European markets with its vegetable products.
The company is looking for a foreign partner which provide know-how, technology and financial means to establish a soya processing plant. Actually the company is engaged in diversified agriculture productions, starting from hybrid maize seed production to soya beans, sesame seed, sorghum, etc. It also produces industrial crops such as cotton. The agro-ecology of the farm is suitable for a number of oil and industrial crops and the holding of the farm is also big enough to establish processing plants for selected products. The business plan consists of specializing the agricultural current production toward soya processing with the installation of a new plant and together of boosting the production of already processed products.
Purpose of the project is to establish new sea bukthorn product fabrication, to develop new sea buckthorn products, and to find new export opportunities.
The general objectives of the project are to increase the production facilities, to increase the sales volumes and expand the market share also in foreign markets, to establish own source of raw materials, to acquire acetic line for the production of vegetables and fruit concetrates.
The company is engaged in the production and export of fresh fruits and vegetables.
It is a milk production and processing project, which started in 2013 and currently has 25 dairy cattle and a milk processing industry. The project aims to possess 50 dairy cattle by 2017, with a milk production of 100 litters per day. Furthermore, the company also expects to produce butter, packaged milk and, within 2 to 3 years, produce cheese.
The project is located in the Northwestern Tanzania (Karagwe) with a distance of more than 1,400 Kilometers from Dar es Salaam, a capital city of Tanzania. The project is mainly to: 1. Develop a coffee farm of 500 acres with drip irrigation 2. Build and set up a modern Red cherry coffee processing factory and a dry coffee curing plant
The project aims to develop a unit for the conservation and salting of several kind of products, among which: table olives, Cayenne pepper, pickles, anchovy and capers. In its second stage the project aims also to facilitate the distribution of these organic products.
The project is based on the production expansion of vegetable oil for cosmetic purposes and in its second stage, on the establishment of an aseptic packaging unit for Grenade and prickles pear juices in 200 L barrels. The production includes: bio virgin prickle pear seed oil, loose bio prickle pear juice, loose bio Grenade juice, Grenade seed oil, prickle pear dry flowers, Nopal cactus powder, prickle pear seed flour.
The project involves the production extension of organic spirulina-based products, such as: spirulina flakes, spirulina capsules and spirulina tablets, which are used for the production of food and cosmetics.
The company is specialized in the production of 100% natural prickly pear seed oil.
The main objective of the project is to create a small processing industry for some of the products grown in Senegal. Through this project, the promoter wants to try to enhance local agriculture and at the same time promote local products.
The project aims to modernize the current production of personalized bionegradable cups and biodegradable bags. The production concerns different end-product lines, such as cups for cold beverages or cups for hot beverages, etc. Other accessories (e.g. covers) are also produced.
The project aims to modernize "Senar Company" processing local products. In particular, the projects concerns plastic, metal or glass packaging solutions.
The project consists of the extension of the local products processing unit. The company is principally enegaged in the processing of maize and wheat. In this framework, the promoter of the project identifies as a primary need the automatisation of the production process in order to increase revenues and productivity.
The project is a pilot project that consists in the cultivation of fresh tomato on an initial area of 2ha in Diass. It is planned to replicate the project, diversifying products (strawberries, peppers ...), in the area, to create jobs in Diass for women and young people. It is ultimately aiming at modernizing local agriculture and at creating opportunities for youth in their community, and in the surrounding villages, in the sector of agricultural products processing.
The project envisages the modernization of the fruit juice and exotic fruits syrup processing unit and the purchase of equipment to increase production capacity and better off packaging technologies of the company.
The “One Pangasinan Alliance of Local Government Units” (OPAL) seeks investors to support three inter-related component programs to develop organic rice: 1) infrastructure development, 2) agricultural sector development, and 3) capability building.
The project involves: 1) the establishment of a cassava post-production and marketing facility. 2) the institutionalization of a post-production and marketing services enterprise to operate the facility and offer its services to local farmers.
The Philippine Agrarian Reform Foundation for National Development (PARFUND, Inc.) has been advocating the integrated rice-duck farming system (IRDFS). The technology grows rice and ducks together in irrigated paddy fields. Rice prosuction can increase by 5%-10% per hectare during the first year and up to 30% after 5 to 6 cropping cycles.
The project calls for a the establishment of post harvest facilities for rice in BIAD V. By acquiring these facilities, it will then play major roles during planting, hauling, harvesting, drying, and storage and especially in marketing process
The proposed project involves the establishment of a Sugarcane Processing Plant that will produce sugar, ethanol and cogen (electricity). This will include the expansion of the present sugarcane plantations. The area had two (2) sugar mills before but one of them closed due to mismanagement.
Promotion of quality Filipino developed, bred and produced Fancy Premium Rice particularly in the European Market.
Expansion of production capacity of Mega Fishing Corporation canning plant for additional 60 tons per day.
The project is designed to revitalize the local coconut industry through establishment of a successful integrated coconut-based processing plant that will synchronized all aspects of coconut from production to processing and marketing.
The project is aimed at improving the production through technological advancements, in order to enable the company to compete globally
The main objective is to produce a competitive line of tomato products and to use the paste as raw material in existing products. The company plans to invest in this project due to the huge market potential both at local and international level.
The project is aimed at diversifying the production, in order to explore bigger markets like the European Union, as well as to forge joint ventures and gain new technologies in the food processing sector.
The company provides labor, equipment, location and knowledge to create the best solution for their partners’ (customer) manufacturing/packaging requirements. The project is aimed at acquiring Italian expertise and technology in the packaging sector.
Rollmaster Machinery and Industrial Services Corp. is currently working on the fabrication of compact corn mill with the Philippine Department of Agriculture-Philippine Center for Postharvest Development and Mechanization (PHILMECH) to address the rice shortage in the country using corn as substitute to rice. The company is also working on the prototyping of commercial model of compact rice mill which is very needed to help local farmers.
In collaboration with the Philippine Department of Agriculture-Philippine Rice Research Institute (PhilRice), Philippine Vacuum Pumps and Printing Parts Trading Corp. is working on the design and fabrication of an appropriate transmission and differential unit for both combined rice harvester and transplanter project (riding type) to suit Philippine land condition.
The "Projecto Holistico de Desenvolvimento e Pesca" (Proclisaboa) is a private company established in 2015 in Quelimane, Zambezia.It will promote planting of soybeans, sesame and beans, from local producers and it will centralize different activities and will act on behalf of producers in the marketing of the aforementioned products.
JOGO- Mozambique dehydrated fruit, is a processing factory that intends to use the resources available locally to promote a cooperative system aggregating local producers (Kuvango Cooperative). The idea of implementing this type of economic activity arose from a need in Morrumbene District to promote and place in both the domestic and international markets the mango (manga rosa), one of the most reputable products in the district. In the specific case, the fruit is dehydrated (dried), intended to create an alternative market for this product, by locally adding value and creating opportunities for local farmers to place their products on the market, through the creation of a cooperative of local producers, which can manage the project autonomously.
Ribaué Agrícola is a Mozambican company that carries out activities in the agriculture industry in the Roieque Locality, Administrative Post of Cunle, Ribáuè District, in a farming area of approximately 50 hectares, from a total of 200 hectares for which the company has DUAT (The Right for Land Use). The project´s purpose is to produce Pigeonpeas (cajanus cajan) and corn, on 50 hectares of land, where 40 hectares will be used for the production of Pigeonpeas and 10 hectares for maize production, with the purpose of gradually increasing the farmed area in a sustainable way, until the 200 hectares possessed by the company are fully exploited, and the project becomes a reference in the production of these crops at the regional level. In order to achieve the goals set, Ribaué Agrícola intends to carry out investments to purchase a tractor, implements, a plough and obtain technical assistance in the production area. The machinery acquisition will bring greater celerity and efficiency in the tasks for soil preparation, seeding, fertilization, harvesting and transport from the production field to the trading area. With the proposed investment, yields are expected to reach nearly 2 tons per hectare for Pigeonpeas and 2 tons per hectare for maize, taking into account the search for new partners and new contracts which will allow the sales of every crops that are produced.
Winnua Lda was established in 2011 in Mozambique, with headquarters in Maputo and a delegation in Mocuba, Zambézia. The business is majority owned by Filipe Couto (51%) and Silvestria AB (49%), a Swedish limited liability company, and was established with the aim of developing commercial agriculture, agro-processing and forestry, utilizing the areas of Zambézia Province, with good soils and rainfall. The company currently has an agro-processing industry, a maize mill and a soymilk processing unit, and offers healthy, nutritious and affordable food and feed to consumers in Zambézia, Nampula and Nacala. During the 1st year, Winnua recruited a team with the capacity to investigate the area and select 10.000 ha for its establishment. The existing shareholders are seeking to find an investor wishing to take the business through to the next phase of its growth and are offering a share of the Winnua Lda Company.
Mozambique Organico´s business model is based on 3 main pillars, namely: 1. Produce vegetables for bid consumption (Tomato, Maize and another vegetables) provided for market vendors, supermarkets and certain lodges. 2. Produce for Export: 2.1. Chilli from out growers - dried and exported; 2.2. Baby corn on contract with Woolworths in South Africa. 3. Training 12 female farmers in Shade Net Production.
- Agricultural production focused on Maize, Pigeon peas, Sesame, Soya, Peanuts and various vegetables, for sale on the local market and surrounding areas; - Introduction of mechanized farming, aligned to year-round production, to ensure continuous supply of cereals and vegetables, which currently face shortages that facilitate price speculation and affects the population´s diet quality; - Create conditions for the improvement of the population´s lifestyle, by promoting sustainable employment for local people;
This is an investment for the expansion of the production line for good quality white cornflour and production of nutritional foods resulting from a corn-soy flour (enriched porridge). This business is justified by the increasing demand of these products, coupled with the eating habits of the population and the high malnutrition rates in the country. The project is based on a profound knowledge of the market, whether of white cornflour or corn-soy flour (enriched porridge), the latter being a product much sought by the Government of Mozambique (Health and Education sectors) and NGOs for the malnutrition programs and by consumers in general, as a food supplement.
This project aims to stimulate increased production and productivity of butterbeans (Lima Beans) in Niassa Province, guarantee food reserves and the brand “Niassa Bean” product, reducing its gross sales in the national and international markets. The project´s main activities include purchasing, processing, packaging and sales of Butter beans and Pinto beans, to be acquired from family farmers and sold primarily to medium and large retailers. The project´s strategic approach include: a) To encourage producers to adhere to technical assistance services, through the use of improved production technologies; b) To ensure the markets for family farmers´ production, absorbing much of its production to agro-processing and packaging procedures; With these activities, the project intends to increase the demand for production quantities and quality, as well as to play a social role, ensuring the beans are sold at affordable consumer prices.
The project intends to modernize the existing cashew manufacturing plant in Manjacaze, in order to install an integrated unit for primary and secondary cashew processing, which will scale it to a processing capacity of 3.500 tons of cashew per year, from the current installed capacity of 750 tons/year. The company seeks a foreign partner to invest in cash, technology and know-how. The project´s main objective is to produce prepared cashew nut, from the cashew kernel processing.
Our In-growerTM concept has been developing for the last five years. The project focuses on local production, processing and commercialization of vegetables and chicken - produced by local entrepreneurs. It is a commercial project based on profit-sharing between the entrepreneurs. The In-growerTM platform provides training, production facilities, land, irrigation, capital, marketing and business support. Local entrepreneurs, especially the youth and women, develop their own business within the In-growerTM. Each entrepreneur has independent budgets and bank accounts. Production profits are shared on a 50/50 basis between the entrepreneurs and In-growerTM. The project combines commercial agribusiness with education and training. Agribusiness is a sustainable unit in the production of chicken and vegetables. The educational part includes youth preparation to establish and operate their own businesses. The educational part is a non-profit activity, which reduces the overall project profitability. The ideal partner may, therefore, provide a combination between patient capital for the business and scholarships to honor the educational component of the project.
KUANI S.A. New private Mozambican company established in 2016. It is in possession of a 20,000 hectares of forest concession in Muidumbe District, Cabo Delgado Province. The investment project’s objective is to extract the commercially viable species available in the concession area and to semi-process the logs into the condition required by buyers; the foreign investor can contribute to the project in financial capital and technical expertise in forestry management.
KUANI S.A has an option to obtain a lease for 5,000 hectares of agricultural land. Of this land, 3,500 hectares have been deemed to be composed of good, arable soils. We are proposing to go into partnership with an investor who wants land resources in Mozambique, to further improve food security of the continent. The investor can be a profit or a not-for-profit organisation. The business objective is to grow white maize on the arable land.
Induproc Lda, represented by Mr. Enoque Albino Manhique, Jorge Dingane Uqueio and Altenor Amelia Nhacumbe, is a new institution in need of resources to operate. The company has been involved in the processing of products such as yogurt, butter, mango, cashew and marula (Sclerocarya birrea) juices, tomato pulp processing, and mango and papaya jams and marmalades. Minimum weekly production is nearly 30 kg, since it is artisanal (domestic).It is known that Mozambique has a great agricultural potential in relation to production of vegetables such as tomatoes. At present, this product is largely underutilized, both in the fields and in the consumer markets, since the techniques for this crop´s capitalisation are not yet applied. Hence the need for this project´s implementation, to ensure better usage of the tomato, from the fruit to the seeds and its waste.
Frangos do Norte is a company created by the Rainha dos Frangos company and Miruku COOP. Rainha dos Frangos is a sole-proprietorship of simplified regime that operates in the City of Nacala-Port, dedicated to chicken farming and sales since 2013. The company has been carrying out its activities since 2007, based on the simple license registered at the Nacala-Port District Services of Economic Activities. Currently, Rainha dos Frangos produces 200,000 units of live chickens and its derivatives (offal), with a sales volume of USD 600.441,67 . With the entry of Frangos do Norte´s operations, projected chicken production is 1,343,583 units, live and its derivatives, with a sales volume of USD 3.742.000 respectively. The company is dedicated to the production and processing of chickens, feed processing and sale of pharmaceuticals for poultry farming.
This project stems from a Master's thesis in Business Administration and Management, conducted at the Catholic University of Mozambique. The main business objective is to process and provide green banana flour of desirable quality and produce banana as raw material. Foreign investors are expected to support Finana in the acquisition of equipment with greater processing capacity, drilling of a borehole, improve the irrigation system and assist in the processing unit finishes, as well as in product marketing.
The project envisages, in the medium term, the production and sales of agro-livestock products such as grains, beans, fruits and vegetables, in addition to farming and sales of beef and dairy cattle; beef and dairy sheep farming; pork meat farming and poultry farming and sales. It will be developed in two farms: 1. Agriculture- pig and poultry farming, between the Pungué and Mussambize rivers, respectively, in the Báruè District, Honde Administrative Post, in an 800 hectare area, with fertile land, abundant water and excellent agro-climatic conditions. This predicts agro-processing as well as storage and maintenance activities, which entails the construction of appropriate functional buildings. 2. The Livestock farm will be developed in the Choa Mountain, administrative post of the same name, in the Báruè District, in a 200 hectare area with extensive pastures and great climate for cattle and sheep.
The project aims to produce soybean as a main crop, other oilseeds, produce corn to increase nutritional diversity in our country as well as increase job creation in the surrounding communities of the project´s operation. Furthermore, it intends to promote crops in the communities and sell to developers, in order to improve the communities ‘purchasing power. Soybeans initially produced will be sold for production of food ration and, subsequently, with the increase in production, will be exported or processed into cooking oil, chalking, among other products.
The project aims to process and sale sausages and dairy products, chicken breeding and slaughtering. Dhocolo Agro-Processing has the objective of being a market leader in the provision of domestic products, expanding its infrastructure and line of business, providing its products to large public institutions, both domestic and foreign. Foreign investors are expected to bring added value to R&D and placing of the company´s products on foreign markets.
The project implies the production and processing of nutritional supplements (Aloe gel, oil and powder; African potato juice and powder; Yam yogurt; Moringa powder and Lemongrass tea) to major markets (wholesale) in Mozambique (Maputo and Matola), provision of food to underserved communities, export of fresh produce to potential markets in Swaziland and South Africa and production of medicinal products, based on native plants. The company is already involved in the production, processing and retail to local markets of Maputo and Matola (97%) and the neighbouring towns of Swaziland and South Africa (3%), and expects to industrialize its production processes, increasing production, processes and expanding/acquiring new markets.
Comitrace Mozambique is a Civil Society Organization established in 2012 by ten members, 8 Mozambicans and 2 Australians, which was legally constituted in 2014. It is dedicated to agricultural projects, and to livestock sector; in addition Comitrace is dedicated to social assistance, maintaining an orphanage and adult and youth education centres. It is located in Vanduzi District, Manica Province. This project is called Project for Agricultural Innovation and Development of Vanduzi- PIDAVA, and it is designed to address the demand for agricultural commodities in Mozambique, particularly vegetables, as well as to reduce the acquisition costs for chicken and cornmeal. It will be operationalized by two components, namely: 1. Innovation and Agricultural Technology Transfer Component; 2. Innovation and Semi-Industrial Technology Transfer Component.
This is a project for agricultural products processing, located in the Mocuba District in Zambézia Province. The company began its activities in 2014 and its vision is to “be a national reference in the manufacturing of milling products (husking and grinding)”, currently employing 3 workers. This project aims to process soybean, corn and cereal for children, at the district level. Obtained productions will be provided to the domestic market (Centre and North of the country) and, afterwards, to foreign markets (Zimbabwe and Tanzania).
The main objective of the project is the establishment of fruit processing plant for production of juice, jam and other related products. The implementation of the project will contribute towards improving the supply of domestic market and will reduce fruit waste considerably for local farmers in Gondola District, Manica Province (Mozambique).
The project objective is to expand the existing cashew nuts plant by establishment of 2 new processing plants in Machaze District, Manica Province, Mozambique. The existing plant has a capacity of 5.280 kg per year and the planned expansion will increase the production for 8.000kg/per year.
This project aims to fruit processing, it enjoys the fruits that we both have in our communities and it needs to be able to meet more profitable purposes either as adaptive to the community. This project was Financed by the local development fund, the 7 biliary meticais.
The project aim is to expand the small local production of cactus jam, obtained by processing cactus fruit, and to start to export the product within two years. Cactus is one of the desert fruit growing wild in the marginalized areas of Tigrai. As the production season is very short more than 80% of the fruit is wasted.The promoter of this project wants so expanding the current production capacity to make cactus jam available all year round and to fully exploit the marketability potential of such a product penetrating foreign markets. In particular the project can count on the assistance of FAO, which is helping the company to find market opportunities in Italy.
The project aims at expanding the production and distribution of high quality honey and its bi-product (wax) at competitive and profitable price to the local market. The strategy consists of investing in the production of such foster-coffee honey which can vaunt a particular taste and some medical properties. In particular, the cooperative wants to invest in capacity building and improving its market strategy in order to add value to honey processing and open the company to new markets.
The project aims at increasing the production of the finished, locally grown, high quality product (coffee) in order to export it to new foreign markets, such as Russia, Germany, Egypt, Libya, USA and China., through the creation of partnership with foreign investors.
This project is aimed at exporting fresh injera produced in the country to foreign markets by using a modern technological vacuum packaging system. The company markets its fresh injera worldwide under the Merob Injera brand, a symbol of product quality, freshness and reliability. From researches conducted the company it follows that future potential foreign markets include Europe, USA, Middle East and African countries
The project aims at making 'Zebad general export and import plc' the leading roasted ground coffee trading and promotion joint venture company and to give it the largest market share in its target market while maximizing company’s profit
The company is engaged in both the primary processing such as washing and drying of coffee and in the secondary level value adding roasting and grinding. The two owners possess a plantation of coffee of 10,000 hectares and they are willing to expand the current processing plants in order to fully utilized land resources and increase the production volume. Despite of the recent establishment of the company, it has recorded positive feedbacks so that five new locations are projected to be opened in the capital city and new foreign markets are intended to be penetrated.
The mission of the managers is moving the company to a leading position in nutritional food processing, providing high quality products, satisfying needs of customers and meeting their trusts and fidelity. Breakfast cereals production is still a new market for the country but the changing preferences of local clients suggest that such products can receive very positive feedbacks. The company is actually producing different kinds of breakfast cereals and enriched food based on locally produced cereals a legume crops.
As regards the strengthening of food security in central Africa, the non-ligneous forest products (PFNL), represent a remarkable contribution for economies of developing countries. Non ligneous forest products (PFNL), such as Irvingia gabonensis thanks to its distribution area ranging from Liberia to Angola, getting through to Cameroon, Nigeria, Gabon, Congo, Equatorial Guinea, RCA, RDC) ensure, for their importance (food, pharmacopoeia) revenues to their populations and, on the other hand, some sustenance key products. The project's objective is reducing poverty in rural areas in the perspective of industrialisation of finished products (condiments, cosmetics, oil and its by-products.
The "COOPROVIPNOUN"Cooperative aims to modernize its coffee company as well as to complement existing coffee machines by roasting, mold and bagging machines for products that have to meet international standards for export.
Actually,the company is specialized in the distribution of hygiene products and soaps, but it is present in the therepeutic citronella beverage sector obtained by infusion. The company crops, produces and distributes the citronella plant. The Medi globe S.A.R.L. launched on its national market a product known as Tisane Makai in dry little stick bags. Due to its success, the company would like to put on its national market the same product but in powder infusion bags.
The project aims to double the actual company's production of coffee to 720-840 tonnes/year of green coffee, without being processed (the production volume is provided in ranges due to the seasonality of this type of industry), through an investment of 5 million USD the present shareholders want to acquire additional 300 hectares of land to expand their cultivated area and to purchase selected complementary equipment, since the main infrastructure is already built up. The expected ROI is highly attractive The total production cost is around 45% of the sales, with a gross operational margin of 55%. The original shareholders have a very good knowledge of the business sector and are, now, looking for a foreign investor that can help the company to reach this expansion goal, after becoming acquainted with the project, and sharing the company's potential. Project strengths: The facility is already operating successfully, moreover the devaluation of the Brazilian Real helps the investments in the country, lowering the prices. Another advantage for an international investor is the fact that the potential partner could trade its own product after the investment.
AL AGHSAN is established in the landscaping business and has now developed in hydroponic and aquaponic farming. There is demand from cafés, restaurants and hotels to obtain indoor systems to be able to grow their own vegetables, fruits and herbs. AL AGHSAN is looking further to develop contacts of foreign manufacturers of seeds, fertilizers and other ready produced food stuff that would complement the edible type of plantations to be produced hydroponically.
The company intends to rapidly expand into aluminium heat exchanger products, primarily into radiators for cars, SUVs and trucks for the local OEM and aftermarket. Near-term plans to manufacture and export oil coolers, heaters and condensers to Europe and Africa region
The local company is a manufacturer of rubber auto parts and rubber shoe soles. They intend to expand in venture with an International partner having experience in rubber technology. The local company intent is to setup R&D laboratory to improve quality of the current products as well produce new products.
The company is interested in Partners for accessing foreign markets for their products, interested in Joint Ventures, interested to produce components on Sub Contracting, interested in getting technical expertise for improving process & quality of their components.
The company is engaged in the development & Manufacture of Forged Parts and Machined Blanks for different Brands of Agricultural Tractors, Bikes and for Automotive Industries. The company is looking for market access and buy-back arrangement. In particular It is intended to access Italian and European Markets and to develop and produce parts 100% conforming to customer drawing specifications at competitive prices with deliveries as per agreed supply schedules.
The company is engaged in the Development & Manufacture of Forged Parts and Machined Blanks for different Brands of Agricultural Tractors, Bikes and for Automotive Industries. It is looking for market access and buy-back arrangement.
We are leading sheet metal auto body parts producers in the country supplying mainly to Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) like HONDA, SUZUKI and TOYOTA cars assemblers. We also exporting to the after parts market internationally and have capacity to further expand our export markets. In this regards we are looking for a JV partner with Technical Expertise in auto motive or light engineering parts production experience.
The local company is a very well established Engineering Company producing Tractors parts (Massey Ferguson, New Holland), Agriculture implements and Automotive parts for cars, Jeeps and Buses. The company has its own captive power plant to back up the production during power shutdown. It is interested in Export of Connecting Rod & Support Planet Gear to Car Market and Italian FIAT International OEMs market after getting joint venture and technical expertise from Italian company and upgrading our manufacturing techniques.
We are ISO 9001 certified company and a premier aluminum alloy wheel manufacturer in Pakistan. We are having a major share in domestic aftermarket. As a part of our expansion program we intend to supply Aluminum Alloy Wheels to OEMs locally. In this regards, we are in need to obtain technical assistance from an aluminum wheel manufacturer who is already supplying to OEMs.
The projectis aimed to add new technology and machinery to already existing factory producing Rubber & Rubber to Metal bonded products / Auto parts. Moreover, it aims to add PU & TPE Mounts, Bushes & Bellows for automotive industry.
A Pakistani company that specializes in manufacturing engine valves, seats and guides in the auto industry is looking for a suitable partner to enter into a joint venture to expand-rehabilitate the existing set-up. Recognizing the market potential, both domestic and international, the company would also be interested in a new project with foreign technical collaboration.
The company caters all the needs of our customers in the rubber and rubber-to-metal bonded parts industry. Having a very advanced in-house lab, it constantly monitors the quality of its products. The current main focus of the company is to produce in house the parts which are still imported in Pakistan by finding foreign technical collaboration or Joint Ventures. The collaboration sought is in the fields of Gaskets for LPG/Gasoline and Oil Seals.
The mentioned Project aims to install the Vehicles Conversion Center to use the Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) in Mozambique. The differential price between CNG and conventional fuels associated with the crude oil price increase in the international market, together with the huge availability of Natural Gas in Mozambique is making this project viable and guaranteed.
Dena Company as the national leader in production of green tyres intend to invest in this technology and replace all the current conventional tyres with the green products. Beside being totally recyclable after disposal, the new type of tyres have higher rolling resistance (resulting in less fuel consumption of the cars), less noises in driving (max. 72 decibel which is environmentally friendly) and greater wet grip (which enhance the safety while driving). The company would like to transfer and implement the compounding technology in all its production line.
The local industry is active in the production of rubber for shoe soles of different types: multicolor, transparent, translucent, high abrasion. The intention is to expand with an international partner with experience in production / rubber technology. The local company intends to establish a R & D laboratory so as to improve the quality of treated products and the new products.
The main objective of the project is to establish a manufacturing unit with all necessary testing equipment and production facilities to gain a better local and export market in the elastic rubber industry.
The proposed investment is a Public-Private Partnership (BOT scheme) to complete the construction of the Dipolog City Seaport and related support facilities. This vital seaport project fortifies the strategic geographical position of Dipolog City in proximate relation to the growing market centers of Cebu/Visayas.
The aim of the project is to develop an existing limestone mining with the objective to produce limestone, clinker and cement as well as related products, mainly to replace the current importation of those products to Mozambique and to create export potential for the products. The project will be executed in at least three (3) phases. The first phase of the project involves the execution of the feasibility study to bankable feasibility study level. The phase 2 will entail the development of a limestone mine and associated infrastructure. Phase 3 will mainly consist of the construction of a clinker and cement production facility as well as the supporting infrastructure required for sustaining a long term project of this nature.
Ghana has substantial clay deposits which studies have shown to be a good source of raw material for cement production. This projects seeks equipment purchase to be able to produce 100.000 tons of tile cement.
Manufacturing of Polyethylene materials for power cables applications-pipe coating-pipe production. Optimization and expansion of local Egypt markets for the production of Polyethylene materials aiming at a production of approx 30.000 tons per annum to satisfy local demand as opposed to the current situation of 100% reliability on exports.
With practice, soap making is not difficult and is suitable as a small-scale business. It uses simple equipment and vegetable oils or animal fats as raw materials, each of which is likely to be locally available in most countries. However, it is more difficult to produce high-quality soap, which can compete with imported products or those produced by large-scale manufacturers. Currently, there is a good number of local entrepreneurs/SMEs in Dar es Salaam region who are engaged in soap (i.e. liquid soap, bar soap and detergent soap) making business using simple equipment as one of the interventions towards poverty reduction. The prices of these soap products are very low compared to the imported ones and those produced by big industries in the country. As the result these products have limited market access and the major customers are people of low income who cannot afford the high quality soaps. Above all, these soap products also do pose health adverse effects to the users and the environment as well. For this cause, an intervention is highly needed to improve the quality of these soap products so as to enable these local entrepreneurs to expand their market share and safeguard the health of the customers and the environment. The project is divided into two phases: the first phase will cover the analysis of the quality of the current produced soap products and the results obtained will lead to the second phase of value addition (quality improvement). The second phase will include use of natural product extracts from plants having anti-fungal & anti bacteria properties which are found in Shengena forest reserve located in Tanga and Kilimanjaro regions). The identified plants are Marattia fraxinea (Pare name: Nandu) and Cineraria grandiflora (Pare name: Mukonte).
The project involves the establishment of a production unit for the extraction of vegetable oils for cosmetic and pharmaceutic purposes. The production consists of: prickle pear seed oil and Nigella oil.
The project objective is to be agriculture based dairy production farm with processing facilities incorporated in the business thus forming an agro-industry project. The core business will be processing locally produced dairy products, such as UHT dairy products (milk, flavoured milk and ice cream) and UHT fruit juices, in additions yogurts (drinking, stirred and set) and cheese. The process plant will use milk produced locally on the commercial dairy farm as well as from an ever increasing small scale dairy herds in the Manica Province, central province of Mozambique.
The company is a reference point to Wollaita town for dairy products, n particular for what concerns the provision of unprocessed milk and beef. The owners are willing to expand their production in order to better fulfill local demand. In order to do that, some investments addressing critical barriers to expansion need to be undertaken, such as electricity generation and product diversification.
The project aims at increasing the milk and quality milk products production capacity of the existing company. Actually the company processes milk produced locally into cheese, cream, butter and yoghurt in Bahir Dar region. They are searching for a potential partner to expand their production in order to meet the high demand for these products in cities around the country.
The company intends to expand into a modern dairy farm, to diversify the current production and to increase market share in urban areas. The project plan specifically consists of increasing the output volume for milk in order to start the production of cheese and so reach a broader number of clients, principally urban costumers. Urban centers offer greater opportunities in terms of demand and networks. For this reason, it is attended to have positive feedbacks by reaching and entering such urban markets. The company is interested in partnerships through a Joint Venture with another company which can provide know-how and technical expertise.
The company is specialized in cutting, shaping and carving stone blocks for the production of marble stones.
The projects involves the production expansion of marble products, which are manufactured by the company from different kind of stones. The stones, differentiated by colors, are extracted from different quarries which are located in the company area.
The project aims to enhance the production of electronic circuits and especially GPS tracker which would serve as anti-theft device for cars and manageable by smartphone.
Fast Cables, a young but aggressive company involved in the manufacturing of electric cables, intend to expand its production capacity for enhanced productions and product variety. At the moment Fast Cables is a emerging name in the domestic market, however with the increased capacity, the company would like to explore the export markets as well.
The Africa Wind Energy Technology Associate Company ltd (AWETA) is newly registered company in Tanzania to be a vehicle towards the developing, implementing and operating Solar and Biomass Hybrid Powered Water and Electricity Supply to the communities living in 15 districts in Mara, Mwanza and Kagera Regions around Lake Victoria zones in Northern Tanzania. In each district we plan to start by establishing only one Mini grid power generation of solar and biomass hybrid powered water and electricity supply business for promotion and demonstration strategy as part of a large scale water and electricity supply projects in the area The business investment plan includes the establishment of one mini-grid power generation by solar and biomass hybrid for 300 kilowatts, water facilities, equipments and other technical services.
Ndungu Hydropower Project is a project designed to take the challenge posed by the government, in order to resolve the recurrent electricity black-outs in the country. The Yongoma River, thanks also to the possibility to construct a river-run-off facility, has the qualities to be one of the sources of hydropower generation, a reason why, the Project Promoters are now keen to activate it. The proposed small-scale hydroelectric power project site is located in the Kilimanjaro region, where there are two power stations: Kikuletwa (hydro, but not yet operational) and Nyumba ya Mungu (hydro) with a total generation capacity of only 12MW, against the maximum power demand of more than 26.7MW in 1986. Storage in supply capacity of this region must be covered by imported power from Hali and Pangani falls power stations, however the greatest problem remains the long transmission distance. The northern power system which comprises this hydropower project generates relevant problems in the power system operation mainly: power generating capacity is very small as compared with the demand for electricity in the regions and voltage drop is very large due to long distance of transmission lines.
Energy utilisation in the built environment is one of the most important aspects that have to be addressed in the near future. In order to reach the targets of the Kyoto-protocol, the energy utilisation in the built environment has to go through a transition. Up to now most of our space conditioning systems are major contributors to global warming. Environmentally benign heating systems have to be introduced on a large scale in order to reduce the emissions of green house gases. ECO-Labeling of such environmentally benign systems is one way to encourage and guide customers in their choice of products. One of the most promising technologies to reduce green house gas emissions is provided by electric heat pumps. Heat pumps are effective solutions to heating and cooling applications for all types of buildings, domestic, commercial and retail premises including hotels and residential complexes. This well-proven technology has been in use for decades and Heat Pumps are at work all over the world-providing safe, reliable heating and cooling at affordable prices. Reserves of conventional fossil fuels are finite and emissions of Carbon Dioxide and other greenhouse gases add increasingly to the effects of climate change. As a low carbon technology, heat pumps can significantly reduce the Carbon Dioxide emissions. Where Heat Pumps are used for heating, they are capable of highly cost-efficient energy applications because they tap into a limitless supply of clean, pollution-free heat – either the surrounding air or heat captured in the ground – all you pay for is the energy to transport that heat, and in some applications, most of this energy can be reclaimed, too.
ARTI Energy is a social enterprise established in 2007 with the mission to identify quality renewable energy products and market them to the Tanzanian consumers with the support of quality sales and service. The spirit of ARTI Energy is a socially conscious and dedicated to “Energy, Enterprise & Empowerment.” Traditional charcoal production has led to severe deforestation around the biggest cities in Tanzania causing environmental stress and degradation, diminishing watershed management and rising vulnerability towards climate change. Tanzania has lost approximately 15% of its forest cover and more than 37% of its forest and woodland habitat. About 70% of the deforestation is due to fuel wood harvests caused mainly by urban households. Dar es Salaam alone uses approximately 500,000 tons of charcoal annually, and the amount of charcoal consumed is expected to further rise in the coming years. Over 90% of Tanzanian households use charcoal as their primary source of fuel. In context of the current project the target markets are urban households, commercial kitchens (hotels. lodges, clubs, restaurants etc) and institutional canteens. the capacity of the CBES at the end on the project will be 2,000 tons annually. The Company produces a range of energy efficiency and environmentally free products which includes (i) Charcoal Briquettes, (ii) Charcoal Cook Stoves, (iii) Wood Cook Stoves. It is also the supplier for solar lanterns, low cost solar sets and solar panels.
We are working to build solar panels that will cost around $ 120. The solar panels will be made out of 36 (3”x6”) solar cells laid out on a 3x12 grid, and will produce from 60 to 85 watts. This panels is small and very portable, and easy to build, in the future we can build with same guide a bigger solar panel if we want or even in a different grid, or alternatively, what we recommended, we can build more solar panels like this one and connect them in parallel and get bigger output.
The Ryangubo Wind power investment is a business plan to develop the technology of wind power and use including manufacturing and supply of small wind turbines and water pumping wind mills in Tanzania. The small wind turbines will be sold for power generation uses in off grid rural areas, for social services including providing lighting to the health facilities, supporting water pumping schemes by generating electricity to be used by electricity water pumps, schools, homes and business. The water pumping windmills will be sold for water pumping irrigation, domestic, and livestock uses. The Ryangubo Enginering and Civil Contractor Company ltd has been working on wind power and use for 12 years by importing windmills, constructing small wind turbines and sell. Install and provide services to the machines in different parts of Tanzania. The company has local expertise’s trained to build both small wind turbines and water pumping windmills in Kenya, USA, Sweden and within Tanzania. The materials needed are available locally, the capital is needed to buy machines, tools, equipments, materials and transport truck. for installation equipments. Local made small wind turbines and windmills will be affordable because they will be made locally, spare parts will be locally available and the factory will provide jobs for youth. The factory will help the government water supply policy, irrigation development and rural electrification in off grid areas.
Local fabrication of small wind turbines for rural electrification , based on water pumping for irrigation and supply of electrical power to health center , schools and cold storage for milk and fresh vegetables ready sell. Rural lighting and communication use example phone chatting and media application.
The business expects to manufacture and sell 381million tons of briquettes and pellets in addition to producing close to 400 stoves per year.
EXPANSION PROJECT FOR PRODUCTION AND DISTRIBUTION OF RENEWABLE ENERGY IN TANZANIA The company has keenly assessed the prevailing social economic situation in Tanzania and has noted the vast need for alternative source for power. The company came out with a plan of tapping energy from the solar system and other renewable energy sources which are more efficient and sustainable to serve the majority who are living without adequate and reliable power supply.The company’s products have been well received in the market and there is a strong demand for its products throughout Tanzania and neighbouring countries as reflected in the sharp rise of its turnover. The company’s sales shot from Tshs 1.4b in 2011 to Tshs 10.8b in the year 2012.The company intends to expand its services in the country by establishing branch offices in Mwanza and Zanzibar. The intention is to be able to extent its services to the majority who are currently using crude and dangerous modes of power supply
The project goal is to provide Renewable Energy (RE) solutions for remote villages without power and building solar power plants.
Vegetables are important diet to the people around the globe hence they need to be free from toxic contaminants like pesticides.Growing of vegetable is a big source of income to many people in the country comprising both small farmers and big farmers. In Tanzania famous areas for vegetable production includes Iringa and Lushoto in Tanga region. Famers normally do apply pesticidesas a mean of controlling pests from destroying the vegetables. These pesticides may end up in water (rivers), soil and on the vegetable themselves. A preliminary study done by TIRDO in Lushotoin 2006indicated presence of pesticides in water and sediments. We also observed poor method of pesticides applications which may result into cancer and it might be fatal when huge amount of pesticide is inhaled. Therefore there is a need to know the current concentration levels of pesticides in Lushoto and establish new data for Iringa. The obtained results will therefore be used in training farmers on which best pesticides to be used as well as on the best application methods of pesticides with the aim of promoting starting vegetable plantations across the country.
This project aims at up-scaling the solar PV application in Tanzania through products demonstration and by developing and disseminating home grown solar power solutions for niche specifications application in Tanzania. Through the project, a Solar Energy Centre will be established at TIRDO where initially tailored demonstration and training will be done in solar technology to unveil its nice potential applications. The training will create solar capacity to the targeted industry, commercial sectors and communities to include all government agencies, which shall comprise of the main market segment. Training and demonstration will go parallel with market research to identify niche requirements of solar technology solutions. This will lead to niche product development for sale in specific areas within commercial entities and households. The project will also engage itself in research and development of low-cost solar PV for application in the high insolation areas of tropical Tanzania and the neighbouring countries. These products shall be well competitive in comparison to the existing products that were designed for low insolation areas like Europe. All products to be demonstrated and developed by the project will be sold to the clients through a commercial wing to be established and led by the Investor. The sales share between the Investor and TIRDO will be worked out from the individual contribution.
Compared to conventional woodfuel burning technologies, biomass gasification is an efficient way of converting biomass to useful energy. Furthermore, the convenience of using the produced syngas in direct thermal systems like firing, boilers, and decentralized electricity generation is an advantage to process improvements. The biomass gasification is capable of utilizing even the agricultural wastes that are usually considered not feasible in conventional wood burning technologies. In this way, the efficiency gains coupled to utilization of agricultural waste provides an effective way of addressing the global warming and climate change as associated with the ongoing deforestation for thermal applications. This project aims at disseminating the biomass gasification technology in Tanzania for use in heating process and decentralized power generation. Some of the thermal intensive agricultural activities in Tanzania includes tobacco curing, essential oil distillation processes (in Zanzibar island), brick making, and in processing the agricultural various produce. Furthermore, given that almost 5% of rural Tanzania is electrifies, the need for power generation is paramount.
This project proposal has been developed to promote environment-friendly solution to solid waste management (MSW municipal solid waste) and disposal in the city of Dar es Salaam, but also in other Municipalities of mainland Tanzania. This concept paper “Amalgamation and densification of Dar es Salaam’s municipal solid waste for a higher calorific value refuse-derived-fuel”, presents a laboratory scale research which seeks to add value to MSW in order to use them as a source of energy. Since MSW has a very low calorific value of about 1000 Kcal/kg, is necessary to improve MSW consistency, storage and handling characteristics, and to uplift its calorific value. Raising the calorific value of the MSW could be easily done by mixing it with either rice husks or remainder of charcoal and later amalgamation using an identified binding material and densification into pellets or briquettes. The calorific value of pellets could be as high as 4000 Kcal/Kg. Roughly, 100 tonnes of raw MSW produces about 15-20 tonnes of pellets.
The project proposes to tap the energy of the Lam-Alo River and establish a micro hydropower facility in the municipality of T’Boli, in the province of South Cotabato. The mini-hydro power plant is proposed to address the inadequacy of power in the area. The Project will be funded, managed, and operated through public-private partnership.
The Provincial Government of South Cotabato, in cooperation with town officials seeks to establish a micro hydropower facility located at the Banga River, in the municipality of Banga, South Cotabato. The Banga River has the potential to generate additional electrical power of about .09 MW, enough to energize the municipality of Banga during peak hours. The project will benefit the 73,300 residents of Banga, aside from its various industries requiring electricity.
The project calls for the comprehensive development, establishment and operation of a decentralized integrated renewable energy supply. Under this investment project, the entire island shall be powered through possible mix of electric power generating source and mechanisms such as solar panels, wind turbines, and biomass gastification plant integrated with battery solutions, to complement power generating capacity of existing diesel generators.
The company is looking for partnership to sell, offer services and equipment maintainance for solar and wind plants to public offices, firms, houses and for the agricultural sector.
The company operating in the cement sector intends to apply a variable speed system in the baghouse fan filter used in raw mill department, to decrease the energy consumption.
The company seeks to implement a technological upgrading of the preheater of the cement factory.
The company seeks to install a Variable speed drive (VSD) to decrease the energy consumption of the industrial fans used for the electro-filter in the productive line 1 and 2 of 0.25 MW and 0.16 MW respectively.
Installation of a Variable speed drive (VSD) system to decrease the energy consumption of industrial fans used in the company plant for the raw milling process.
The company operating in the cement sector is seeking to implement the Sonic cleaning technology instead of ball cleaning in heat exchangers of the preheater in the production lines of the cement factory. The project will enhance the energy efficiency, decrease CO2 and increase production productivity.
The main objective of this project is first and foremost to take clients off the national grid as the cost of power in the country keeps on rising as well as the demand for clean and reliable energy is on the increase. Ghana’s energy demand is out ways its supply by 10-15%. This has resulted in the drive of all policies heading towards energy generation and off course the renewable ones. . Daily solar irradiation level ranges from 4kWh/m2 to 6kWh/m2. Areas of highest irradiation levels are spread across the entire northern belt which represents over 60% of the total national land mass. This project seeks to serve an average of 10 household for every month.Solar panels will be installed on rooftops of buildings 30⁰ towards east whereas batteries as well as inverters will be installed indoors. For each household a total of 10 panels each with 1.5sq.m size with the potential of outputting of 4-6kw electricity.
The bulk of Ghana’s energy consumption is from biomass in the form of firewood or charcoal. About 60% of total energy consumption in the household is used for cooking. Firewood and charcoal alone accounts for more than 80% of energy used for cooking. Liquified petroleum gas (LPG), though cleaner, accounts for only 15% of households’ main cooking fuel and users of LPG are increasingly experiencing recurring shortages of the product due to a sharp increase in the use of LPG as fuel in petrol engines. This situation is causing a lot of discomfort for domestic LPG users and therefore encouraging the use of charcoal as a backup fuel in the country, since the supply of LPG is currently unreliable. Consequently, there have been recent debates on appropriate interventions to ameliorate domestic patronage of LPG in order to ensure that households do not revert to the use of woodfuels. Though several suggestions have been as to how to solve the problem, the development of an alternative household fuel to supplement LPG usage is an intervention that has the potential of reducing the patronage of wood fuels in Ghana. Gel fuel is gelatinized alcohol and has the potential to supplement LPG to displace firewood and charcoal in Ghana. When used to substitute woodfuel, Gel ethanol has the ability to reduce deforestation, respiratory related diseases, combat climate change, create sustainable employment and empower the youth in the project area. Fermentation and distillation technology is used to produce the gel and ethanol respectively. The sugarcane bagasse which is seen as waste is utilized in the distillation process for fuel and for heating. 1 acre of sugarcane plantation will yield 500gallons of ethanol and 500gallons of gel fuel.
Ghana has about 1,128sq.km of land with the potential to generate power from the wind turbine. If all of this area is utilized, a total of 5640MW power will be installed. Ghana’s energy demand is out ways its supply by 10-15%. This has resulted in the drive of all policies heading towards energy generation and off course the renewables. The development of wind energy resource for commercial power generation in Ghana is steadily taking centre stage of national discourse. Preliminary wind resource assessments results in selected sites along the coasts and high elevations showed moderate to excellent wind potentials. Especially, sites with good wind regimes are those along the east coastlines.Glass fibre wind turbines are needed to be installed for this project due to the nature of the environment (Corrosive environment due to closeness to the sea). . The project will be implemented at Keta on the east coast of Ghana which on a utility scale it is excellent, It has a Wind Class of 6, Wind Power at 50 m is 600- 800 W/m2 Wind Speed at 50 m is8-8.8m/s. Total Area 63km2 and Total Capacity to be developed is 315MW
The increasing demand for safe and clean environment as well as demand for clean energy is the main driver for this project. Waste in Ghana is characterized by higher percentages of biodegradable waste. These waste are collected and damped anyhow and the sametime the polluter is charged for his / her waste. Increasing awareness of safe environment and rising cost of energy has positioned people in such a situation. The main raw material for this is the waste from foods, left overs, some weeds especially grasses. Digesters will be installed at households which are capable of digesting 50Kg of waste for every month.
Ghana’s energy demand is out ways its supply by 10-15%. This has resulted in the drive of all policies heading towards energy generation and off course the renewable ones. . Daily solar irradiation level ranges from 4kWh/m2 to 6kWh/m2. Areas of highest irradiation levels are spread across the entire northern belt which represents over 60% of the total national land mass. This project will use the solar park system. Panels with sizes 2sq.m and ability to give output of 4-6KW per sq.m will be installed on a 6sq.km land in the northern part of the country. This project intends to develop a 35MW power which will be connected to the national grid.
Egyptian for eco- Friendly Building Materials. The company produces building materials Eco-Friendly Building Materials of panels circle and bricks and decoration of various raw materials. (check attached presentation) The company looking for Italian Company that willing to invest in the Egyptian Market for the Solar Water Heater as a Joint-Venture Company. The Egyptian Company offers the factory and location as well as the logistic
EPECO has developed the epTAS-EPECO Total Aqua Solutions technology which is incorporating wastewater collection, transfer, treatment & ruse advanced techniques for indoor and outdoor applications. epTAS technology is implementing vacuum collection and transfer technique for waste water along with Membrane Bioreactor technology for wastewater treatment & reuse. Implementing the epTAS technology will allow for reducing fresh water consumption by 65%, reducing wastewater disposal by 85%, reducing energy consumption required for residential water & wastewater management by 30%. This will allow for tremendous eco-friendly & green environment application.
BIOCAM is a recovery production unit and an agricultural development project. Indeed, the project covers the production cycle, giving value to the land while maintaining its balance. So we leave agriculture for agriculture while touching the areas of everyday life. The circuit therefore is as follow: agro pastoral – gasification - fertilizers – energy production – agro pastoral production.
The project aims to establish an assembly unit for photovoltaic panels and solar kits. Moreover, the company wants to produce other electronic gadgets related to renewable energy.
Le projet consiste dans la vente des lampes Nuru qui sont rechargable à l'aide d'une pédale, afin d'éclairer les zones rurales non éléctrifiées du Cameroun.
Production de l'énergie électrique et du carburant à partir des biomasses et des déchets collectés auprès des ménages.
Construction d'une petite centrale hydroélectrique sur la rivière LOKANGE à IDENAO d'une puissance de 5 MW, et ses rèseaux associès, avec électrification de 05 localitès.
Constructiuon d'une petite centrale hydroélectrique sur la rivière MEME à BAI d'une puissance de 4 MW, et ses réseaux associés, avec électrification de 10 localités.
Construction d'une petite centrale hydroélectrique sur la rivière NOLTI à DJAMTARI d'une puissance de 4 MW, et ses réseaux associés, avec électrification de 07 localités.
Construction d'une petite centrale hydroélectrique sur la rivière BOM à MESSOK d'une puissance de 940 KW, et ses réseaux associés, avec électrification de 16 localités.
Construction d'une petite centrale ydroélectrique sur le fleuve BIKOE à MVENGUE d'une puissance de 1MW, et ses réseaux associés, avec électrification de 17 localités.
Constructuion d'une petite centrale hydroélectique sur la rivière KIM à NGAMBE TIKAR d'une puissance de 0.53 MW, et ses réseaux associés, avec electrification de 04 localités.
Construction d'une petite centrale hydroélectrique sur la rivière WORO a OLAMZE d'une puissance de 0.4 MW et ses réseaux associès avec èlectrification de 10 localités.
Construction d'une petite centrale hydroélectrique sur la rivière KOUDINI à MBANGBERE d'une puissance de 1.2 MW, et ses rèseaux associés, avec électrification de 08 localités.
Construction d'une petite centrale idroélectrique d'une puissance de 5 MW sur la rivière MAYO-DJINGA à MAYO-DJINGA, et ses réseaux associés, avec électrification de 08 localités.
Construction d'une petite centrale hydroélectrique d'une puissance de 26 MW sur la rivière NGORO à DEUK NGORO et ses réseaux associés avec élecrtification de quelques localités.
FAPL aims to produce energy by anaerobic fermentation of organic waste: pig manure, chicken droppings, butcher and vegetable waste and yeast. The farm is located 34 km from Douala, on an area of approximately 30 hectares. This farm is located near three villages with a total area of 51 km ², with 75 families living there and using the wood. Crops during rainy seasons suffer from poor drying conditions. Biogas will be used as a heat source for cooking, heating, chicks, piglets and crop drying. This biogas will be converted into electricity by a cogenerator, and it will allow the conservation of farm products, while waste from methanization provides quality soil fertilization. This fertilizer will be sold to residents in exchange for some vegetable waste deriving from their activities. Moreover, training in the use of biogas will bring a better quality of life for users.
Purpose of the project is to develop a parabolic trough concentrated solar thermal (CSP) power station (100-300KW). CSP plants use steam to produce energy like conventional steam power plants. The difference is that CSP plants use emission-free clean solar radiation to produce heat instead of fossil or nuclear fuel. In the solar field of the power plant, parabolic mirrors, lined up in long rows, concentrate the solar irradiation up to 80 times on an absorber-tube – the receiver. The parabolic trough collectors have a single axis that tracks the sun throughout the day to ensure that the sunlight is continuously focused on the linear receiver
The project involves the development of services and specialized products relating the geomatics field. In particular, aim of the project will be to realize digital cartography according to the GIS (Geographic Information System) standards. After the cartography production stage, a further development of the project is related to the updating process of the existing cartography on the GPS with a centimetric accuracy. Moreover, the digital cartography developed will assure the opportunity to easily modify and update the data, by including satellite or aerial pictures. The development of this service will benefit several fields, among which security, transport, environment, energy and industry.
Kissan Engineering is a Steel Fabrication company based in Lahore, Pakistan. Specialised in manufacturing Solid and Liquid waste Management Machinery. We have a well-equipped Fabrication workshop and a team of Highly Qualified and Experienced Engineers. We are looking for Technical Collaborations and Technology Transfer agreements with Italian steel Fabricators. Furthermore we are also willing to work as subcontractors to Large steel Fabrication OEM’s based in Italy.
In Tanzania, health facilities are generating ever increas¬ing volumes of hazardous waste, however, very few facilities have acceptable methods of health care waste disposal and open burning is widely practiced. The overall production of clinical waste is estimated between 12 and 14 tons per day. About 50% of the Health Care Waste (HCW) is generated in the regions of Dar –ES-Salaam,Kagera, Iringa,Kilimanjaro, Arusha, Pwani and Mwanza. Dar es salaam alone produced about two tons of HCW per day. Some health facilities have incinerators to reduce the volume of waste but the majority do not achieve recommend¬ed temperature and smoke emission requirements. As a result, unsafe disposal continues to pose serious po¬tential health and environmental risks to health work¬ers, patients, waste handlers, and communities. In view of the continued challenge of unsafe HCW disposal, a centralized waste disposal plant is being proposed to be built in the outskirts of Dar es Salaam. Once complete, the plant will have a sanitary landfill, lagoons, a large scale autoclave, a shredder, and an incinerator. The plant will use sustainable cost-effective and environmentally-friendly methods for handling, treating, and disposing of health care waste generated from all of the health facilities in Dar es Salaam. The plant could subsequently expand to reach Kagera, Iringa, Kilimanjaro and Mwanza regions.
The City of Dar es Salaam suffers from poor waste water treatment facilities. According to a world Bank Report (2003), nothing have changed since and as such still less than 10% of households have a sewerage connection, about 20% (mostly in upper- and middle-income groups) have septic tanks, while the remainder are dependent on pit latrines (World Bank 2003). For example, according to Allen et al. (2004), about 92% of households use traditional unlined pit latrines whose seasonal “flushing” is done during flood times or when it rains so that the foul water is carried away by the runoff. Cholera outbreaks are inevitable. Despite flooding incidences, Dar es Salaam’s water table is high. The City has a sewerage system comprising of 140kms of sewers connected to the Indian Ocean outfall or to one of the nine decentralized waste water stabilization ponds. In 2003, according to World Bank report (World Bank 2003), Dar-es Salaam Water and Sewerage (DAWASA) had only about 22,000 household customers connected to the sewer system which was built around the 1980’s and it is collapsing and cannot cope for the increased population. This concept paper “Laboratory scale of an on-site waste water treatment systems for enhanced public health within the City of Dar es Salaam”, presents a laboratory scale research which seeks to test the performance and disseminate the pilot scale on-site waste water treatment systems for use in the City of Dar es Salaam and elsewhere, especially in schools, colleges, hotels and the army. Pilot scale dissemination will be done to a limited selected number of stakeholders, for example a school, or hotel.
The primary objective of this business is to mobilize community in enhancement of availability of clean, safe and reliable solar energy by introducing rolling fund of $ 100,000 as a catalyst to influence rural development through solar electrification to the teachers; health centers employees and other community families’ houses on credit. From this fund we will install solar power system which will be used for lighting, phone charging, radio and one TV set costing $ 1,085 to each house hold.
The project is about the creation of a new unit for the collection and recycling of plastic materials, in the region of Thiès. The company would like to create an additional value to its recycled plastic products and it is looking for an italian counterpart able to provide expertise and know how in the design of the recycled plastic products.
The project has been conceived to achieve Zero Waste Regimes for a cleaner future by transforming Municipal Solid Waste into useful products. The Waste Treatment Plant would produce Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF), Compost and recyclables. The Plant would comprise of waste segregation lines, Shredders, RDF Bailers, palletizing unit, and composting unit. The Plant would be locally designed which would be however fabricated using local market and some imported machines. The Raw material would be available from local waste collection system of Proposing company and supply of same from Lahore Waste Management Company. The project has been financially evaluated and found feasible with ROI in 2.78 Years.
Leachate treatment from the landfill of the city of Khribga. The project aims to equip the city of Khribga with a water softener and a plant for the depuration of water through a membrane and anearobic system. The depured water would be used for irrigation and trated to turn potable again.
The project idea is the development and expansion of plastic recycling material and waste water treatment.The company aims at increasing its profitability in total harmony with respect for the environment.
Installation of water treatment unit in order to enhance the efficiency of water consumption in Dena Rubber and Tyre Co. the second largest manufacturer of tires in Iran with production of 33,000 ns/year. The company consumes plenty of water for cooling and the production processes. However, since there is severe water scarcity in the region, three of their wells, already went dry and there is urgent need for water treatment unit in the plant. The company has positive experience of cooperating with Italian technology providers such as Marangoni and Steelbelt for development of their technology. About 2,000 cubic meters of water is pumped from 5 wells (170 m deep) to the tanks for the boiler & steam system and cooling purposes.
Zarrin Ghazal Co. started production of Daity ice cream in 2005 and Apada dairy production 2008. At the present time, the company is capable of producing over 300 tons of ice cream and 150 tons of dairy products per day. The staffs of 1500 are working for the company. The company is established in an area of 7 hectares with a superstructure area of over 37000 sq/m. The company is seeking for a waste water treatment unit in order to deal with huge amount of water waster every day from washing the ice cream mold of two equipment. The treated water could be re-used in the same equipment or for other purposes in the company.
The objective is to give Jekora Ventures the capacity to completely process all of its waste streams (plastic, paper, organics) and sell its products (value added to waste) instead of depending on partner companies that are unstable for processing. Waste Sorting technology will be used separate the waste from source. Variuos dustbins with clearly marked inscriptions indicating the particular waste for eg. Plastics. The organic waste will go to the composting plant to be converted into fertilizer. The plant is capable of composting 400Kg of organic waste. The paper and plastics will be cleaned, compacted and sold to recycling companies. Compacted plastics and papers will be in 20kg packs.
Producing active carbon, green soil and wood plastic composites from rice straw and husk
The project consist of collecting and treating medical wastes from the clinics and hospitals. As such the promoter is interested to acquire some equipments such as Medical waste sterilizers, Waste containers, Trucks.
Recycling of old and defected tyres for the production of crumbed rubber, reclaimed rubber, car mats, bus floorings, auto rubber spare parts and rubber hoses for irrigation systems
The project aims to set up a tyres shredding facility able to produce 5 X 5 cm shredded rubber pieces to be used as solid alternative fuel in the cement manufacturing facilities.
Le projet de l'entreprise Red-Plast et de mettre sur le marché des produits dérivés du recyclage des déchets plastiques.
Le projet consiste dans la récuperation des batteries usagées, et leur vente aux usines qui s'occupent de recyclage.
The company is focused on recycling plastic and paper materials. Its main objecive is to recycle plastic and tyres into petroleum products and to recycle paper to produce honeycombed container for eggs.
2EC Company's core business is focused on the collection, stock and treatment of electronic and electric waste (DEEE), that are defined as dangerous. Thanks to the enactment of a bill that imposes companies to treat these types of waste, 2EC wants to acquire the necessary technical and material know-how in order to complete the entire treatment process on site.
The company will provide tyre recycling services, producing crumb rubber, steel and nylon/fibre .Our raw material (worn out tyres) is readily available at a very low cost and our market for these looks into neighboring countries,mines, waste dumping areas and homesteads. The owners of the business will be managers of the business and working on a full time basis. A maintenance fitting expert will be employed and trained on the plant operation and will be in charge of the plant operation and the quality of the products. Fifteen (15) more workers will be employed in this plant. In the wake of rebating unemployment in the country this initiative is seen as a step in the right direction. Depending on the profitability of the business Micyron greens (pty) Ltd seeks to expand into other lucrative areas of the country to employ more Batswana. Ultimately we will move into providing waste management solutions across the country and regionally. This initiative will mitigate environmental pollution, which poses a threat to people’s life while making big profit margins for its stakeholders
Kgtleng district council through its investment arm kgtleng development fund is planning a waste to energy plant at the current landfill through the mining of methane gas. The fund is in partnership with private sector company and negotiation for power purchasing agreemen are on going with relevant authorities.
Project currently at feasibility stage & is comprised of three components being: a) waste transfer station; b)waste recycling- recyclabes will be received; c) waste sorting centre- recyclable will be sorted and kept aside for potential waste collectors. A first step in the shift from waste management to resource management; We need to shift from using money to bury the potential money in waste; Facility envisage to create jobs from waste locally; Reduction of volumes by diverting recyclabes from household waste; safe storage of hazardous household waste for proper disposal; compaction of waste & relay to final facility; looking alternative utilisation of waste ex. waste to energy plant
Intelligent technologies was established in the year 2013 with the intentions to do business in the waste management sector. We started our research and development also test of different products that can be made from waste tires. Research and test revealed that a lot can be done from waste tires like roads, school fields, fence doors, indoor and outdoor furniture to name a few. We made our rubber paving which really impressed the city council and the public in turn we were told to do the sidewalks along the high ways, the parks and playgrounds for schools unfortunately we didn’t have enough machinery to do a job like that and local banks are not aware of the potential of recycling but we went further to pursue our dream and two years later the government bought a tire recycling machine which we approached and as usual they loved our product and wanted us to use the machine, that’s when we made a door out of tires and working on a fence and all this products are going to be made cheap and available to the public.
The project envisages the creation of a production unit of farm machinery in Kolda (southern Senegal), whose flagship product is the machine to scrape Fonio (Digitaria exilis), an invention that is field-tested and after final testing is catching on.
The company is engaged in the development, manufacturing and export of Sun Visor, Outside Rear View Mirror to EU Market for Cabins for Agricultural Tractors, Construction Machinery and Road Rollers.
Yayi Bayam Diouf is the President, as well as the founder, of COFLEC Cooperative. COFLEC is part of the "Réseau des Femmes de la Pêche Artisanale du Sénégal" (Women's Network of artisanal fisheries of Senegal - REFEPAS). Ms. Diouf is now a consultant for training, recognized by 'ONFP (National Office for Professional Education), for the fish products, fruits and vegetables processing, etc... With his organization has won the "Grand Prix du Président de la République pour la promotion de la Femme en 2008" A Special Award of the President of the Republic for the Promotion of Women in 2008. The current project aims at strengthen a processing mussels unit and fish products processing unit according to the international standards. The project is primarily concentrated on three products: fresh mussels, products resulting from mussels, smoked fish. They are looking for joint venture opportunities, access to foreign market, supplies of equipment for fish products, technical and management expertise, technology transfer and other useful tools.
FENAGIE Peche (Codipeche) company , active since 1999, is responsible for fish products distribution. The main products of the cooperative are: dried fish (big fish fermented, salted and dried), sardinelle, shrimp, oysters and smoked fish. One of the company strength is the fundamental role of women who are aware of the techniques. The current project aims to improve the quality of products, processed by women at the level of Hann, Rufisque, Soucouta and Saint Louis processing units. The goal is to enhance these products and to contribute to their access to foreign markets, given the presence of African communities that wish to maintain their eating habits. They are looking for joint venture opportunities, supplies of equipment, market access, technical and management skills, skills in marketing, new conservation technologies and fish processing, and other useful tools.
Negossen International company was founded in 2009. It deals with fishery and agri-food products trade. They export fresh and frozen fish mainly in Europe, where there is a strong demand (fish, crustaceans, cephalopods). Its founder Mamadou Ndiaye has over ten years of experience in fishery products production, treatment, storage and trade. The current project is aimed specifically at creating a processing and exporting unit of seafood products, in particular on these three market segments: fresh fish, frozen fish, smoked fish. 95% of the production is intended for export. They are looking for joint venture opportunities, access to foreign market, supplies of equipment and technology transfers.
Leader Fish, founded in 2010, is a leader company in fresh fish export to European market but also of frozen fish. The main products intended for export are: frozen pelagic, demersal, cephalopods and others. The company already has a modern storage unit (300 tons) and a freezing unit of fish products (20 tons freezing day). The current project is the extension of the Leader Fish company, with a view to new markets of fresh and frozen seafood products to Asia, Africa and Europe. They are looking for joint venture opportunities, market access, technical and management expertise, technology transfer and other useful tools.
SPP Pélagique deals with fishery products production, processing, transformation, exploitation. The products handled by the company specifically are: demersal, pelagic fish, cephalopods, crustaceans, fish meal and fish oil. Mauritania is known for being a country rich in fish products, suitable for export (large demand from Europe, Asia, Africa). The current project involves the construction of a treatment-recovery and fish processing complex. The company has extensive experience in the field. They are looking for joint venture opportunities and technology transfers.
Negoce, founded in 1990, is a leader company in fresh fish export to Europe. The company has over 26 years of experience in fishery products trade and therefore a good knowledge of the markets. The current project consists in extending Negoce Mauritania with the purpose of new markets for frozen seafood products to Asia, Africa and Europe. They are looking for joint venture opportunities, access to foreign market, technical and management skills, expertise in marketing and other useful tools.
Groupe Kamoudouya Pêche Sarl, established in 2011, deals with the fishery products treatment, smoking and storage, intended for export (the United States and African countries). The main products are: smoked barracuda, sardines (Bonga serious), bream (epiniphelus cephalopholis taeniops), pagrus, captain fish (polydactylus quadrifilis), sole (senegalensis synoglossus), pike (Sphyraena guachancho), sea bream or carp (fulgens Snapper) , gray mullet (Liza falcipinnis), catfish (arius beudeloti) and others. The company would like to acquire new production, processing and storage plants; buy proper equipment and materials; conduct a training course and update employees on the new techniques and processing technologies, as well as marketing and management. They are looking for possible joint-venture, market access, supply of equipment, technical and management skills, expertise in marketing and new technologies.
The company aims to buy two glacier ships, building two cold storage, a freezing tunnel of 12T, and two ice machines, one of 12T and the other one of 5T. The implementation of the project will improve the fishery products trade in the international market, particularly in Europe.
The project aims specifically at the construction of a 150m2 hanger composed of modern smoke shelters, the construction of four modern Thiaroye of 12m2 each, the construction of a storage for finished product of 42m2, a refrigerator 12m2 for finished products, a construction of a latrine of 40m2. The project also provides training courses for staff. The objective is to improve the conditions of fishery products smoking in order to obtain quality finished products.
The Adams Pêche company deals with fishery products treatment, processing and trade. The current project aims to build a new processing plant and a fish smoking plant with modern devices for a better marketing in the national and international market. Adams Pêche can rely on qualified personnel with years of experience, the project implementation in an industrial known area rich in raw materials, regular and fast air and sea links. They are looking for joint venture opportunities, supply of equipment, technical and management skills, skills in marketing, technology and other useful tools.
The project involves the expansion, restructuring and provision of equipment necessary for the fish processing. The goal is to bring products to the market that meet international standards and satisfy local, sub-regional and foreign customers.
The “Bertrand Produits Export " (BPE) company is responsible of fish products processing and export. The BPE is located since 1996 near the port of San Pedro where the company operates. The main products are: tuna fillets, amberjack in Italy, cuttlefish, octopus and lobsters in France. They already sell locally to supermarkets, restaurants and hotels and export mainly in Italy, France and Spain. The current project aims to reorganize and relaunch, medium and short term, fishing in San Pedro. This will have as immediate result a better quality product. They are looking for technology transfer and supplies of equipment suitable for the fishery products processing.
Société des Conserves de Cote d’Ivoire (SCODI) would like to increase its sales by expanding its commercial territory in the African continent and it seeks new personnel, even in the legal field, who can contribute to this project, particularly in the large-scale distribution. The company produces canned tuna and tuna loins, two active brands.
The Abidjan Sea Food Company SARL deals with fishery products processing: squid, octopus, lobster, processed , frozen and canned shrimps. The company already have several refrigerators and freezing plants but would like to purchase a plant for rapid freezing, a maximum of four hours, a vacuum machine and the installation of an electric oven for smoking. The project currently underway is intended to improve the quality of production with new tools of both production and freezing. They are looking for supplies of production and freezing plants, market access and technology transfer.
The project aims to extend and modernize Dabou's plants to better meet local and international market requirements, especially in Europe; Ivory Coast's products are already present in the French, Spanish, Portuguese and Belgian markets.
The project aims at processing fishery products (smoke fish and shrimp unit). The company also intends to modernize and expand its production line, to cover the entire local market.
Kanate & Co is a company recognized by the European Union, specializing in fishery products treatment, processing and trade. Through this project, Kanate & Co is seeking funding to strengthen its production and storage capacity to better respond to market and costumers demands.
Domus International, a big food company, was founded in 2007. Today the company’s goal is to expand the business in Europe of cassava couscous (attiéké), smoked fish, African spices, etc...; these are unique and typical products of the African continent, not yet available in the European markets. In fact their strength is the growing demand of these products in Europe where many African communities live. They are looking for possibilities of joint - ventures, market access, especially in Europe and technology transfer.
The company has a good quality/price rate, good mechanical engineering support, support of an external design team, and good financial liquidity. The production is based on cow leather sofa, fabric sofa and PVC sofa. At present the company would need to improve their quality level (according to European standards) and expand their range of products.
The company produces good quality products, and has a direct contact to raw materials’ sources, good asset’s liquidity, CFS certification, as well as HR Policy to withhold the key workers. Products range from outdoor furniture (tables, benches, chairs) made of Teak, Keruing, acacia timber to indoor furniture (living room and bedroom sets) made with beech and white eucalyptus timber. The company is interested in upgrading their production management skills for manager/supervisors. They would also like to improve their marketing skills, and expand to the Italian market.
The company is known for providing good quality furniture, direct contact to raw materials’ source, on time delivery, CFS certification, HR policy to withhold the key workers, as well as disposing of a complete range of machineries. The company produces tables and chairs made out of rubberwood. The company is interested in receiving support for IT (ERP) application, and receiving support to improve their production management skills. They are also searching for Italian partners for trading and production cooperation.
Polytech is an enterprise with a high level of professional management. The quality of their products is very good and the company is capable to meet the standards of “severe’’ markets, such as the West European and Japanese market. It produces flooring both for indoors and outdoors, solid floor and FJL-FJ solid floor, Engeneered floor and Mosaic Parquet. The company wants to engage in quality improvement and output increases. Moreover, it is interested in acquiring international customers to expand its distribution channels.
The key products of the Viet Long Hau Trading and Service Joint Stock Company are living room furnitures (such as sofas, tables and chairs) and bedroom furnitures (such as beds, wardrobes, dressers). The major strength of the company are a good rate quality/price, a well known brand name and financial liquidity.The company is intended to expand its business channels by principally training its sellers and improve their marketing competences.
The company has good quality/price position in the domestic market, and is a well known brand ( ‘‘Nha Dep” means “Nice Home”).The main products are sofas, dining table sets, shelves and cabinets. The company has 1 showroom and 2 sales points strategically located in different points of HCM City, but the higher turnover comes from the website of the company (about 40% of the total sales are done on the internet). The company is intended to undertake radical improvements to upgrade the quality of products in order to meet the demand on foreign markets (namely the Italian one).
Being recently established, the company has enough liquidity for further investments, and provides good quality products, good financial liquidity, and few competitors for their range of products (sofas, chairs and shelves). There are only few other companies in the national market that offer the same types of products and the same high quality. The company is intended to improve the design and the styling of their products to better address local customers requirements (and eventually European market by a partnership with Italian Companies).
The applicant currently works in the marketing and commercialization of good quality raw hides. The project aims to establish a new company for the production and processing of wet-blue skins and semi-finished products
This project proposal is hereby presented to UNIDO by KIROBE Investment Co. Ltd through Mr. Daudi M. Wangwe the Director. The company is located in Tanzania but conducts Hide and Skin Sales in Tanzania, China, India and Bangladesh. Knowing the market needs of Tanzanians on skin and hides, KIROBE Investment Co. Ltd wishes to promote its business activities by selling locally and internationally the processed skin and hides into leather. Tanzania ranks third in Africa in terms of livestock population after Sudan and Ethiopia. According to current figures, it has about 18.5million cattle, 13.1million goats and 3.5million sheep. This population size provides an important renewable locally available resource namely the hides and skins which have considerable potential to generate export earnings. The region of Singida is located in the semi-arid central zone of Tanzania, lying between 3.5o and 7.3o latitude South and 33.3o and 35.3o longitude East, with an altitude ranging from 900m above sea level in the Rift Valley, to 1500m above sea level on the Rift Valley escarpment. Livestock rearing is also widely practiced in the region. There is a total ruminant population of 4,939,100 including 930,553 cattle, 473,190 goats, 485,297 sheep and 24,068 donkeys. Livestock production is one of the major agricultural activities in Tanzania where the sub sector provides about 30% of the agricultural GDP. Most of the livestock products are for domestic markets whereas, important exports are for hides and skin (82%) where most of KIROBE Co. Ltd carries their business. Following the unexpected performance of the leather and leather industries, it was realized that the sector has not exploited fully the hides and skins as a renewable resource that could achieve productivity gains needed for creation of employment and foreign exchange earnings. This called for the Government intervention in order to reverse the trend. The Hides and Skin Industry will improve their livestock production, business expansion and livelihood improvement. Employments will be opened up and soon poverty will be eradicated among livestock keepers in the region. This study presents a proposal summary of 3,666,700 USD as investment capital to open up a Hides and Skin Processing Industry by UNIDO Support in partnership with Italian Companies and Investors. Issues relating to environment impact of project operations are being taken care of as the project will encompass water treatment technology for industrial effluents.
The project consists of the expansion of the shoes and leather goods factory productive capacity in order to create a solid Brand 'Tunde' to be sold on local and, sencondly, international markets.
The project aims at producing and exporting high-end products to foreign markets (especially to Europe, USA and Africa) to make the traditional Ethiopian handcraft well known abroad via the tourism industry. The expected result is to make its products appealing and to enter the international market through uniquely high quality products
The project is based on the creation of testing modules for electronic cabling and electronic and telecommunications circuits.
In 66 years of our existence we have been unable to develop our gemstone industry which could have and still can provide necessary stimulus to our ailing industry. Our goal is to setup Pakistan’s first fully functional profitable lapidary. A successful model is always copied by other entrepreneurs and we envision other businesses will follow our footsteps. This venture can create many new jobs in Pakistan. Stone cutting, bead making and faceting are skills that can be taught in a year’s time and this industry can produce enough diploma holders to reduce our employment rate. There is a huge demand for semi precious and precious stone items around the world. People are willing to pay handsome amount to buy items made of precious stones provided they are cut and polished professionally. Pakistan has been exporting raw stones to countries like India, Thailand and China at throwaway prices. These countries, after value adding, sell these products at 100 times the price of the raw stone. One just have to look at the yearly exports of gemstone and jewelry of these countries to get an idea of the profits in this venture. We believe in using our local resources in local production facilities. We see a great scope of success in this venture.
The project is based on the production expansion of different packing materials and structures made out of expanded polystyrene. In particular, the production includes: veneer for thermal insulation, isothermal crates for food packaging and seeding tray for plant germination.
Production and sale of ice flakes. Contribute to fill the gap of ice flakes in Senegal but also combat unemployment by the creation of direct and indirect job.
Bhinder-Group is a manufacturer and exporter of instruments for Surgical, Cardio Vascular, Neuro Surgery, Eye, Orthopedics, Gynecological, ENT, Dental, Podiatry, Veterinary, and Manicure, Pedicure, and Beauty Care instruments. Each company has its individual specialization in particular items and has complete arrangements to produce all items in the respective field according to the International Quality Standard to the extent of customers’ satisfaction. The company is looking for a foreign JV investment partner into the company.
Technology Up-gradation for expanding production of Dental Implants & Instrument kit boxes
A Unani medicine manufacturing unit, manufacturing herbal medicine for those therapeutic areas where conventional pharmaceutical fail to deliver a trusted or curative drug. The project aims to transform traditional remedies into drugs for solving current epidemic diseases includes but not limited to obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular issues and tuberculosis.
Importation de Matières Premières (Granulés, Encre et d’huile de palme Brute) et Production de Matières Plastiques (Sachets, Emballages et Bouteilles) ainsi que traitement, conditionnement et distribution d’eau et d’huile de palme en sachet plastique biodégradable de divers formats. L’objectif principal est de contribuer au développement de la production agroalimentaire au Sénégal à travers la diversification de ses activités par le renforcement de la chaîne de production d’eau filtrée et l’huile de palme en sachet plastique biodégradable d’une part, et l’installation d’une 2ème chaîne de production spécialisée dans la production de matières plastiques ainsi que leur impression, d’autre part.
The company produces basic printed flexible packaging materials to serve local market needs and its auxiliary products. The project is aimed to diversify and improve the production, in order to enter bigger markets like the European Union.
The company is involved in manufacturing of PET preforms. In fact, the Company is producing & dealing with various kind of plastic products & beverages products. We are also dealing in plastics raw materials, equipments, machines, molds. It's expanding its production range & capicity related to plastics products. Moreover, the company also has beverages products, own filling lines.
FYI is a newly established company in Jordan that already signed exclusive suppliers agreement with 3 of the biggest Hypermarkets in Dubai. (already started shipping) We are Attending Macfruit – Italy for the purpose of buying Sorting, packing and grading equipment in addition to salad processing machines.
The company is interested in developing a new range of innovative products for commercial and interior decoration, through the use of Nano-technology and smart materials, made from polymeric based composites, such as decorative panels, toys, furniture, orthopedic products, interior decorative items.
Construction of 50 MW wind farms in Zabol, Sistan and Balouchestan provinces.
Technology for the production of Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF), derived from the treatment of waste material. Use of RDF instead will reduce the energy consumption of the company.
Several studies using various sources of data such as Iran Wind Atlas by Lahmeyer International, SANA SYSTEM IP’s wind data, 3Tire, satellite data and Iran’s Meteorology Organization data suggest KUHIN and GHAZVIN as the best wind resource potentials. Average capacity factor of KUHIN and GHAZVIN sites are estimated about 34.6%. Since these areas are located in Iran’s underdeveloped areas, the project is favored from all income taxes for 13 years. KUHIN site is also close to 63 KV transmission lines as well as transportation facilities such as roads and railway, which these advantages prevent extra costs to the project.
Several studies using various sources of data such as Iran Wind Atlas by Lahmeyer International, SANA System I.P’s wind data, 3Tire, satellite data and Iran’s Meteorology Organization data suggest KAHAK and GHAZVIN as the best wind resource potentials. Average capacity factor of KAHAK and GHAZVIN sites are estimated about 33.8%. Since these areas are located in Iran’s underdeveloped areas, the project is favored from all income taxes for 13 years. KAHAK site is also close to 20 KV and 63 KV transmission lines as well as transportation facilities such as roads and railway, which these advantages prevent extra costs to the project.
Installation of a solar power plant in Parsirang Co. To generate power and sell the clean electricity to SATBA in line with GPPA plan (Guaranteed Power Purchase Agreement).
Botswana’s Action Agenda identifies an off-grid programme as a key priority action to address low access to energy services. In line with the objectives of Sustainable Development Goal 7 (“SDG7”), the Government of Botswana has signed up to an ambitious target to increase access to electricity to 100% by 2030, which is endorsed in the Action Agenda. The Action Agenda recognises that it is unlikely that this ambitious target can be met through the extension of the grid alone, and that off-grid solar solutions (Solar Home Systems, Solar Water Heating, Solar Water Pumping and Efficient cook stoves) will be needed to provide some households with an electricity supply. The Government of Botswana intends to establish a Joint Venture (“JV”) to roll-out off-grid solutions, involving both Government and the private sector. The roll-out of the off-grid solar solutions will make a significant contribution towards the ambitious target agreed in the Action Agenda. This is the approach that was recommended in a recent off-grid renewable energy strategy, which was funded by the World Bank. The scale of the challenge, combined with the Botswana-specific challenges highlighted above (which make the market difficult or unattractive to most private sector companies) means that some Government involvement is likely to be necessary – hence the proposal for a JV.
To establish a Management and support structure with many remote Co-operations to lease solar powered lighting & cellular phone charging units for off grid rural communities.
This project aims to erect a 1 MW solar PV plant on BIUST campus. The plant is to supply uninterrupted electric power to the BIUST campus (laboratories, research centers, workshops, staff and student accommodation, offices and other facilities requiring electricity supply). Any surplus power generated will be fed into the electric grid. As the country aims to install several solar PV plants (stand alone, distributed or grid tied) for rural electrification and grid connection in the future, this installation will serve as a pilot plant where young future engineers and researchers will be able to gain essential experiences on the technology and its implementation. Furthermore the project will directly reduce Botswana’s energy related CO2 emissions by substituting coal-generated electricity with PV. The project is highly favourable as the market (end user) is guaranteed.
Using Thermal power generated by the solar field in order to produce STEAM and the resultant to be integrated into the existing steam piping. As it is clear from Steam & Energy Systems involvement with the upgrade of this Hospital, all the control valves and ancillary steam equipment was oversized from the initial design and installation. Our aim is to complete an Audit to learn the exact amount of steam that is required. Count the – basins, baths and showers for the hot water consumption, check ward heating demand, kitchen and laundry equipment and add to the steam requirement together with Sterilization and theatre humidification. We cannot use these Steam figures from the previous design information! The correct steam requirement will give us the opportunity to design/size the CSP correctly. We have been involved with the design of the upgrade, oversee the contractor, commissioning and startup of this Hospital 3yrs ago. (Hospital was without steam for 3 yrs., thus no hot water for patients, no laundry facilities – it was a huge expense for the Ministry to bridge this 3 yrs.!) The most critical is that nobody realizes that steam is actually the heart of the hospital, but the most neglected energy utility – THIS is common at all industries (worldwide) . We wish to also install 3 x steam flow meters as indicated FIT S01, FIT S02, FIT S03 and a flow meter on the condensate return FIT W01 and makeup water FIT WO2. #Energy Managers in embryo stage
Project involves installation of solar streetlights along the city streets and open spaces. In the long term the city is also looking at retrofitting existing infrastructure to be powered by solar The area where the city need partnership in improving power storage technologies.
Life Support is a concept of providing people with electricity, clean drinking water and WIFI internet connectivity where there is scarcity. All equipment is contained within the container which can be transported remote locations and becomes operational in within 2 hours. Electricity- The electricity generated is totally off-grid, with photovoltaic cell panels and high-end inverter systems. the solar power system is integrated to a battery back-up system to eneable un-interrupted supply. Drinking water- The water plant is designed to treat the ground water in the area of installation. The plant primarily employs reverse osmosis technology for brackish water sources and specific filters and softeners to remove trace chemicals and microorganisms. The water plant utilizes the electricity generated to sustain itself. Internet Connectivity- The container is equipped with receiver antennas and router to receive high speed internet signals from hubs within 30km radius. Telematics- All systems are integrated electronically with telematic systems which help remote monitoring of the system. The system also features a metering system that measures consumption of electricity and water. The containerized unit is self-sufficient with all the equipment tools, consumables and spares to function reliably. As part of the proof of concept, high end equipment considered are from market leaders like Mecerdes Benz (battery storages), SMA (inverters) and Honeywell (telematics) The project directly improves the quality of life in the community at a nominal price, which is much lower than other solar power installations.
The project is focused on thermochemical treatment of solid waste, particularly waste tyres, plastics, animal and human waste to recover combustible fuels in the form of syngas, bio-oil and bio-char, using pyrolisis techniques. At this stage, the project is at a prototyping stage with intentions to prove concept and demonstrate upscaling opportunities for commercial production in the local market.
Agriculture and Renewable energy are focus areas for Botswana. Ministry of agriculture offers a possible 40% payback for borehole installations as a way to assist farmers in setting up. Food security is important and most borehole pumps are used for livestock and agriculture. As most farms are located out of grid areas and Botswana is a vast country most farmers currently use diesel generators for pumping and electricity. With the falling prices of solar it has become more interesting for farmers to convert their pumping systems to solar for daytime pumping. Most existing boreholes use a diesel engine pump and whole system requires convertion.
One of the biggest challenges in Botswana is the lack of cohesion in the sector and data pertaining to solar. Highlighted in a number of studies is the fact that data is not readily available. The project proposal outlines developing a web based database including installed system functioning and non functioning systems, potential for installers, suppliers and manufacturers and also list of all industry players/news/information. The Project suggest a maintenance plan for five years with a person based out of Department of Energy office or locally based working on a broader energy database.
Provide Eco-Friendly solutions for a packing house, greenhouse with heating and cooling, laboratory that can be powered by solar, water treatment for river/sewerage water, water purification and aquaponics farming with solar pumping , looking for supply of technology and full turn key solutions.
Promoting the efficient use of resources through the adequate treatment of solid waste, production of electricity as by-product of waste disposal and the reuse, recycling and regeneration of resources
The Bostwana national Development Plan 2010-2016 accords priority to transforming agro-waste into biogas. This GEF-financed, UNDP-implemented project will assist the Government of Botswana in meeting this priority through three project components: 1) institutional strengthening and capacity development;2) the facilitation and establishment of biogas plants, and 3) the setting-up of utilisation and knowledge platforms. The Outcomes of the project include the implementation of effective waste-management policies and guidelines with operational regulations: capacity to design and develop biogas projects in South-Eastern Botswana; the first best-practice public-private partnership established; reduction in greenhouses gas emissions (direct and indirect) of 1.65 tCo2e, and increased incomes through the use of small-scale biogas and bio-fertilizer, especially for women
Department of Agricultural Research of Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security, through the Ministry of Environment, Natural Resources and Tourism need assistance to rehabilitate its Greenhouses. The rehabilitation includes installing solar to be source of energy replacing electricity generated using coal. The use of solar is in line with being compliant to using low carbon sources of energy(renewables). This environmental friendly since low carbon/none emission technique of generating power.
National Fittings & Accessories Limited is looking for some foreign companies in order to create Joint Ventures that will invest in the manufacturing process of natural fiber composites, especially jute and hemp. In fact, Bangladesh is the second world producer of jute, which is used for producing: lightweight composite structures for meeting requirements of transport sector; ship interior, household items and polymeric resin, which is used for the production of PV cells. The company's goal is to export 80% of their total output, in order have access to the growing demand of natural fiber in the E.U. and the U.S. market.
The company is a trading house engaged in various sectors of the economy. The company imports commodities which are not produced in Ethiopia, such as the Fuel Stick and Zoono and it uses local resources for locally manufactured products, such as the Gems, Leather and Meat. The promoter is expanding also to the trading of Solar Street lights for the different cities in Ethiopia, which business is still under study.
A Pakistani garments manufacturing company is interested in working with a suitable partner through a joint venture, loan, market access, sub-contracting or a buy-back arrangement to produce superior quality products for the global market. The company is looking for a partner to expand and diversify its product range (jeans and casual shirts for men and women). Given the market potential, the company is also interested in bringing value addition through technical collaboration and technology transfer.
A Pakistani garments manufacturing company is interested in working with a suitable partner through a joint venture, loan, market access, sub-contracting or a buy-back arrangement to produce superior quality products for the global market. The company is looking for a partner to expand and diversify its product range (jeans and casual shirts for men and women). Given the market potential, the company is also interested in bringing value addition through technical collaboration and technology transfer.
The company is engaged in knitted products made of cashmere, camel wool and yak wool. It produces cashmere garments such as cardigans, pullovers, sweaters, dresses, skirts and pants. With the project, the company is willing to acquire automatic knitting machine and build its own factory house. The computerized automatic knitting machines will increase the productivity and design choices while factory house is decreasing the cost of leasing which is the biggest portion of constant cost.
becoming a FOB business we intend to penetrate EU markets as we are dealing with some buyers from Germany
To expend the business capacity from 900 to 1500 workers To upgrade the machinery usage and technology to produce better and higher quality garments To upgrade business model from CMP to FOB.
Botswana Tourism Organization is promoting and implementing National Ecotourism Strategy to advocate sustainable tourism development through the Botswana Ecotourism Certification System and its Ecotourism Standards for Accomodation and Ecotours. Encouraging the use of renewable energy as a source of clean energy. This has resulted in participation of around 76 licensed tourism so far. As other see the possible results more have also started participating. It is also starting to bear area of winning awards for sustainable tourism destinations, hence making it more attractive, efficiently and environmentally friendly tourism offering which gains competitive edge and cost effective operation over other tourism offering in the region more especially for the nature based tourism offering.
Hive is looking for new Organic Foods with healthy benefits to complement their brand of honey related food, health and beauty products. Hive is expanding into different oils and preservatives to imported and sold in their Store in Bahrain. Hive may also be interested in creating joint-ventures with import and packaging companies as well as technology transfers for machinery in the food and health industry.
Salad Boutique is a unique bistro and regions’ first-ever restaurant, specializing in serving salads as a main course, in all flavors and textures. Apart of dine in Experience we do catering for Govt. Offices, school & private Firms. In this project Salad Boutique is Looking to expand their business with a new 100% organic menu option / to access the European market by finding franchisees or joint ventures / to find a company that can do high quality unique packaging and design in the food industry.
The project consists on the production expansion of wipes, kitchen towels and toilet paper.
The sponsor would like to establish an Industrial carpentry for the production of wet and dried lumber and wood dried and crafted for the production of parquet, fornitures and wood elements for door and windows