Ethiopia: Glass Company's 1.1 Billion Br Expansion Gives Competitive Edge

By Dawit Endeshaw - Feasibility study indicated demand for 265 million bottles a year in the country.

Addis Abeba Bottle & Glass (AAB&G) S.C. is undertaking a 1.1 billion Br expansion project to meet growing demand.    The 40 year old company, now co-owned by Ethiopian and Chinese investors, is facing rising demand especially from the brewery industry.Currently its capacity stands at 30tn of glass per day or 20 million bottles per annum.

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