Kepler Weber to supply grain storage system in Angola
March 30, 2011
by World Grain Staff
RIO GRANDE DO SUL, BRAZIL — Kepler Weber Group, a market leader in the global grain storage industry, recently announced that it has closed negotiations with the Angolan company PIPE (Investment Promotion and Participation Business and administration) to supply storage for more than 4,500 tonnes of corn.
Kepler Weber will install the bins in the province of Malange, Angola. The project is projected to be completed by August.
Kepler Weber noted this is the sixth project it has supplied to the Angolan market since 2005. Besides Angola, Kepler Weber has installed equipment in other African countries such as Egypt, Guinea, Mozambique, South Africa, Botswana, Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda and Ivory Coast.