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Lusa - Business News - Angola: Coffee company invests almost €13M to boost exports




Luanda,Aug. 13,2020(Lusa)-Angonabeiro, a subsidiary of the Nabeiro group in Angola, is to invest 8.9 billion kwanzas to improve its production facilities and expand its export capacity, Miguel Carvalho, the director-general said on Thursday.

About half of the total investments of the group that owns the Delta coffee brand were financed through PRODESI, an Angolan government program that aims to support import substitution and diversify exports

"We had a relatively large change in the sales profile, the company was very much geared towards hotels, restaurants and cafés and this consumption is being replaced by consumption at home," he said.

"We went through a difficult period in the months immediately following the state of emergency, but today sales are positive," he added, adding that billing should be "better than last year" without detailing the forecasts.

In 2020, Angonabeiro plans to buy around 2,000 tonnes of coffee in Angola, destined for the export of green coffee and the production of the Ginga brand for the Angolan market and for export.

By April, 160 tonnes of coffee from last year's harvest had been exported and from August, with the new harvest, Angonabeiro expects to resume exports, having planned to export 1,200 tonnes of green coffee, which represents an increase of 203% over last year's figures, sold exclusively to Portugal.

Miguel Carvalho has, however, seen some additional difficulties in transporting coffee from the provinces to Luanda, which is under a sanitary cordon, at this early stage of the harvest.

"We could have more coffee to work with at this time if the pandemic situation did not exist," he said.

Exports would also be facilitated by changes to the rules of the National Bank of Angola, which currently requires the use of letters of credit.

Angonabeiro employs over 100 workers, 95% of whom are Angolans.

RCR/ADB // ADB.

Lusa


Agency : LUSA

Date : 2020-08-14 10:48:00







 

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