Friday, April 20, 2007

Local firm seeks share of Sadc market

Local firm seeks share of Sadc market

Central African Mining Suppliers (CAMS) says it plans to export its products to Mozambique, Malawi, Zambia and Botswana as it intensifies efforts to capture a share of the Southern African Development Community market.

Speaking to New Ziana on Tuesday, the marketing director, Mr Johannes Matambo, said the company had already sent proposals to the mining industries of the targeted countries.

Currently CAMS, which has branches in Bulawayo, Mutare and Redcliff, has been servicing the local market through the mine estates such as Hippo Valley and Triangle.

The company supplies trolley wheels, mining and irrigation equipment.

Chairperson of the Commission running the affairs of Harare Ms Sekesai Makwavarara commended CAMS for revamping the pushcarts being used in the collection of refuse.

She was speaking at the launch of the city’s waste management initiative during which the refuse collection department received 20 pushcarts and 45 bins from the two companies. — New Ziana

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