Etherbal Set to Build a Plant

Apr 6 , 2019


Etherbal, a local company, has invested 10 million Br to build a new cosmetics factory in Addis Abeba. The two-storey plant will rest on 220Sqm and be constructed by Bahiru Kebede General Contractor. The construction of the factory, which started in October 2018, will become operational in three months. The factory will have a capacity of producing 30,000lt of oil and 30,000 pieces of soap a month. The company is in the process of importing machines from the United States and China. ETherbal, a skin and hair care product manufacturer, started manufacturing in 2016. It currently produces 6,000 pieces of soap and 1,000lt of oil and has 36 employees.


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