We welcome the announcement by Famous Brands of a further investment in the Coega Industrial Development Zone (IDZ).
Famous Brands has proven itself a valuable partner of the Coega Development Corporation, and the region of Nelson Mandela Bay, since investing in Famous Brands Fine Cheese Company (formerly Coega Cheese Company) in 2013.
At Baywest Mall alone, 26 new retailers will be opening their doors before year end. Since opening in May, the R1.7bn mall has become a major retail force in the region, with about 750,000 visitors monthly.
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Goodyear South Africa today announced it will invest ZAR670 million to increase production of high-value-added (HVA) consumer tyres at its Uitenhage manufacturing plant to drive profitable growth and meet market demands.
The combined area of investor expansions, new facilities and special infrastructure projects in the IDZ, such as the laydown area for abnormal cargo near the deep-water port of Ngqura, had a footprint 164 007 m².
WEIDPLAS South Africa general manager David Krumbock said the company’s unique trade partnership approach was more than a standard customer-supplier or outsourcing relationship.
The operating license will support the upgrading of the South African railway network from the Northern Cape to the Port of Ngqura, adjacent to the Coega Industrial Development Zone (IDZ).
The transaction which is expected to be finalised by August 25 will help Telkom expand into enterprise ICT services.
STARBUCKS, the world’s largest coffee chain, will soon open stores across South Africa after the New York Stock Exchange-listed company signed a licence agreement with Taste Holdings, the South African management group.
Following the announcement...
Comment on behalf of Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber CEO, Kevin Hustler
The Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber congratulates Baywest Mall on its successful opening today [subs: 21 May]. We welcome this massive investment into Nelson Mandela...