East African Cables, in Partnership with cable systems firm Nexans, is aiming to increase its footprint on the African continent. With head office operations based in Nigeria, East African manufactures a range of cable products, including copper electrical cables and conductors for domestic as well as industrial clients.
The company currently has operations in Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Uganda and Burundi, and plans to open a further 7 outlets on the continent.
Further plans include increasing the company’s production capacity by 60% on the back of double digit growth in both turnover and pre-tax profit in the last financial year.
The company has put a three year timeframe on its production and geographic expansion plans.
Why is the company’s headquarters in Nigeria when their operations in Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Uganda and Burundi? Is this correct?
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