Bottle Manufacturing Plant Opens In G/West

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Nampak Private Limited, a South African packaging company, has opened a P6.09 million plastic bottle manufacturing plant in Gaborone.

Speaking at the official launch of the plant in Gaborone last Thursday, Philip de Weerdt, the Managing Director of Nampak Rigid Plastics, the holding company of Nampak Liquid, said the move to invest in Botswana is closely aligned with the group's Africa growth strategy and signals the beginning of what will be a long-term partnership with Botswana.

"It is exciting that this is the Nampak group's first manufacturing plant in Botswana. As the company grows, we will continue to invest in the economy. Our decision to invest in this country is a vote of confidence in the government and the people (of Botswana) as we commit ourselves to helping build the economies in which we operate," de Weerdt said.

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