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Currently, one prominent SPX expert is in Mwanza for a mission aimed to strengthen the projects core activities in the lake zone with a special eye on the mining sector. Mwanza will be the centre for SPX activities for Lake zone. The key activity is matchmaking with a focus to ...

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SPX TANZANIA has discovered a big potential in mining sector calling for subcontracting business. Mining sector in Tanzania is a big and growing sector that utilizes a lot of industrial products in their mining activities. Currently, most mining companies in Tanzania source their supplies oversea, this is because they “can ...

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On 03/10/2011 SPX Tanzania has engaged in Phase 2 of the SPX Programme which is Benchmarking. This is the international Best practice approach of determining where the company/ business stands in relation to the World class similar businesses to diagnose the company so it can clearly ( with evidence) determine ...

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Within SPX Tanzania, a local team   supported by UNIDO, works to link buyers to both current and potential supplier subcontractors. The team develops profile skills and capacities of suppliers to be promoted among buyers, and provides customized support to buyers looking for competitive local suppliers. Visit our Suppliers Database Its ...

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SPX is a technical cooperation Programme that links enterprises in developing countries to supply chains of large domestic and international companies. The Aim of UNIDO SPX Programme is to develop the capacities of local small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to meet buyers’ needs and to identify profitable business/ investment opportunities ...

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MM Steel Integrated Steel Mills Ltd has made its foray into the southern African market with a $40 million plant in Zambia.The investment is in two phases with $20 million going into the first phase of the plant for production of corrugated roofing sheets with installed capacity of 4,000 tonnes ...

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