Tuk Tuk Assembly Line, owned by Redawa Motors Industry PlC., will start assembling cars next month, the company’s GM Mr. Tadesse Admassu said.
Dire Dawa, Ethiopia (ENA)–A car assembly plant built at a cost of 1.7 billion birr in Dire Dawa City will go operational within two months of time.
Redawa Motors Industry Private Limited Company General Manager, Tadesse Admassu said the factory has been under construction during the past two years.
Tuk Tuk Assembly Line, owned by Redawa Motors Industry PlC., will start assembling cars next month, Mr. Tadesse Admassu added.
Upon going fully operational, Tuk Tuk Assembly Line would generate 15,000 jobs and assemble minibuses and other types of vehicles, it was learned.
In addition, Redawa Motors Industry Plc. has finalized preparations to build an international standard five-star hotel that rests on 4,200 square meters with220 million birr in Dire Dawa City.
The hotel is expected to create 500 jobs.
Source: Ethiopian News Agency (ENA)
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