27 December 2012

Angola: Textang II Operation Marks Country's Textile Sector

Luanda — The experimental functioning of Textango II factory in Luanda and other activities of the sector were the limelight of the country's textile industry in 2012.

The holding of the first experimental operation and the inauguration of various industrial undertakings in the field are the main points of the industrial sector in the year that is about to finish.

Stopped for 20 years, Textang II started its rehabilitation in 2011 and its equipment was installed in 2012 and the activities will be resumed next year.

Other factories inaugurated in 2012 are the Coca Coca Bottling, the factory of metal structures, mattresses, cement, plastic articles, bricks, clothes, foodstuffs and hotel services.

The sector of geology and mining recorded a special attention with the exploitation of inerts, with the goal of sensitizing the operators to accomplish the country's current law on this area, the payment of taxes, as well as the guidance of police forces.

The Angolan Government announced that Jamba Mineira locality in southern Huila province is intended to be turned as the greatest national iron-foundry site, through the implementation of a great project of steel manufacturing.

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