South African company Resolve Capacity has been awarded a tender for the design and construction of a regional warehouse for pharmaceutical products in the city of Nampula, northern Mozambique, said the Imperial Holdings group.
In a statement released Wednesday, the group said the tender was launched by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), and the project had an implementation period of 18 months and a value of US$7.6 million for a warehouse of over 3,000 square metres.
This project will be managed by Resolve Capacity in partnership with Pasqa, but the building itself will be sub-contracted to a Mozambican company.
Resolve Capacity is a subsidiary of the Imperial Holdings group, which is one of the 40 main listed companies on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. (macauhub/MZ)