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"Africa has Seen a Renaissance in the Rail Sector" - GE
Railways Africa Magazine (Issue 1 - 2017) cover feature looks at how General Electric (GE) Transportation continues to build rail capabilities in African countries. In the feature, Thomas Konditi, president and chief executive, GE Transportation Africa and GE South Africa, says "Africa has seen a renaissance in the rail sector over the past decade." He adds, "while the recent commodity depression has dampened the pace of that investment, there is a growing realisation that for Africa to industrialise and diversify its economies, the continent requires a rail network to transport heavy goods and bulk commodities over long distances at a low cost." Read more - Download the issue (PDF). More about GE in Africa in this BRIEFING.
Railways Africa Magazine Issue 1:2017 cover feature looks at how General Electric (GE) Transportation continues build rail capabilities in African countries, with a particular focus on the role the company plays in supporting economic growth and regional integration across the continent.
GE Transportation as a Strategic and Value Adding Partner to Africa | Railways Africa Magazine (Issue 1 - 2017)
- GE Transportation | Railways Africa Magazine
- Publication Date:
- 1 March 2017
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