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Ohorongo Cement signs agreement with NCCI

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Ohorongo Cement signed a corporation agreement with the NCCI Otjiwarongo, that provides NCCI registered members in the Otjozondjupa region with privileges when it comes to the awarding of tenders by Ohorongo Cement.

The partnership aims to promote friendly relations to create a conducive business environments through information sharing on investment opportunities, and infrastructure and project developments between Ohorongo Cement and the chamber.

The Chairperson of the Otjiwarongo Branch, Eddy Kgobetsi, on his part was ecstatic with the historic agreement signed with Ohorongo Cement and its commitment to the local Branch. “The local branch has been making positive strides in reviving its activities and is looking forward to a long term working relationship with Ohorongo Cement that will benefit the business community,” Kgobetsi said.

Ohorongo Cement’s Managing Directors, Hans-Wilhelm Schütte said the company is looking forward to this strategic partnership that will help build the capacity of local entrepreneurs.

We at Ohorongo Cement believes that agreement such as these, will create a win-win solution that would ensure sustainable job creation for Namibia,” Schütte said. NCCI’s Chief Executive Officer, Tarah Shaanika, noted that the signing of the agreement between the NCCI Otjiwarongo Branch and Ohorongo Cement is indeed a huge milestone and a first of its kind.

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