GE, for more than 40 years, has been committed to supporting the sustainable development of Nigeria. The companiy's advanced infrastructure technologies, services and solutions, which are aligned to deliver on Nigeria's infrastructure needs as well as to bolster economic development and improve the quality of life in the region, has had significant impact in a number of key sectors. Read more. More about GE in Africa in this BRIEFING.
GE's Diverse Development Initiatives Help Shape Nigerian Lives
GE Africa, 10 March 2017
For more than 40 years, GE has been expanding its footprint in Nigeria and during this time, its businesses have made a significant impact in a number of key sectors including… Read more »
A GE engineer works on this highly sophisticated deep-sea mining equipment known as a “Christmas Tree” for its crude resemblance to a decorated tree. The sub-sea “tree” primarily controls the flow of oil and gas on a wellhead.
GE has been walking the talk in terms of funding its expansion on the continent as well as upskilling the various communities in which the company operates. "The business has ... Read more »
Milestones for GE Africa in 2016 include the launch of the African Innovation Center in Johannesburg, winning awards for work on the Read more »
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