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Eritrea: Construction of Cold Store in Alebu Area Gains Momentum

Alebu — The General Manager of Musa Ali Construction Company, Lt. Colonel Haile Mesfin, indicated that the construction of a cold store in Alebu Area has gained momentum, giving rise to finalization of 60% of the process.

Accordingly, the infrastructural facility is segmented into two parts, and Chinese Company called Sefeco Group is also engaged in its putting in place. He further dislcosed that the joint venture on the part of both companies has given momentum to the implementation the Project.

Mr. David Duan, Deputy Manager in the Chinese company, explained that Musa Ali Construction Company is playing vital role in executing the task timely. He further expressed conviction that the project could be finalized before the set time.

Mr. Goitom Beyene, head of Engineering in Musa Ali Construction Company, stated that the cold store can accommodate around store 2,000 tones of agricultural products such as fish, meat and vegetables, and that it has four chambers as well as a reservoir impounding around 7,000 cubic meters of water.

The Project has also favored exchange of experience between both companies, besides exposure to new technology on the part of Musa Ali.

There exists a plan to construct similar stores in Massawa and Adi-Guaedad in the near future.

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