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Tata Africa to partner development in East Africa

Mumbai / Kolkata, Oct 3 : Tata Africa Holdings (Tanzania) Limited (TAHTL), reaffirmed to continue to partner in the development of infrastructure and agriculture in East Africa at the recently held CII India show in Dar Es Salam in Tanzania.


The India show, held in Tanzania, was organised to enhance growth and nurture partnerships between the Indian and East African community.

Tata Africa Holdings is responsible for identifying development opportunities and promoting new projects for the Tata group in Africa.

Speaking at the panel discussion at the CII event, Ajay Mehra, Executive Director, TAHTL said, "We have several ongoing projects that are working on improving productivity of pulses in Tanzania. The organisation also has a strong infrastructure base with ability to provide solutions and equipment for improving roads, power and water."

"We are also interested in improving the employability and employment of youth in Tanzania, by offering to partner with educational institutions through internships at TAHTL, which employs over 200 people," Mehra said.

The event effectively showcased the company's presence in East Africa across sectors such as infrastructure, agricultural inputs, chemicals, health care, information and communication technology and automobiles.

Tata Africa Holdings, established in 1994 in Johannesburg, South Africa, has a strong presence in over 11 African countries.

The company is a subsidiary of global trading company Tata International and serves as headquarters for Tata operations in Africa.

--IBNS (Posted on 03-10-2013)

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