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Engine manufacturing plant to begin trial production

Addis Ababa, February 25, 2016 (FBC) – The construction of an engine manufacturing plant, which is the first in its kind in Ethiopia, has been finalized, according to the Metals and Engineering Corporation (METEC).

The plant has the capacity to produce up to 30, 000 engines per annum for water pumps, vehicles and machinery, Major Asefa Yohannes, general manager of the Ethiopian Power Engineering Industry said.

Through process the plant will manufacture tank and jet engines, he said.

In addition to accelerating Ethiopia’s industrialization development objective, the engine plant will serve as a center of excellence for other engineering factories existed in the country, he said.

The engine plant, erected in Mekele town, Tigray regional state, is expected to begin trial production within a few weeks.

Upon going operational, it is expected to create jobs for 1, 500 people.

Translated and posted by Amare Asrat
Source: FBC

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  1. I admit that, I’m not a national security expert, however, I do not believe in realizing such information, as this one is very helpful, except informing our enemies, where we are headed to; and what we will be doing in the very near future, effectively making our industrialization, both in terms of civilian and military infrastructure, venerable to those who wishes us ill.

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