Tena Oil to Expand Production

Oct 16 , 2021

Tena Edible Oil is gearing up to undergo an expansion project at its plant in Dukem Town, 37Km from Addis Abeba. A subsidiary of 54 Capital, which also owns the Aquasafe bottled water brand, the company expects the expansion to increase its production capacity by 130pc when it is completed at the end of 2022. The project is also hoped to create employment opportunities for 500 people. The plant produces mainly sunflower oil. Despite the production capacity of domestic edible oil plants skyrocketing to 800 million litres a year, the country faces a shortfall of over 50 million litres annually.



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