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Job Opportunities: Derba Midroc Cement Company (DMC), Ethiopia PDF Print E-mail

About DMC: Derba Midroc Cement Company (DMC) is being carried out with 351 million USD about 70 km South of Addis Ababa. The establishment of DMC’s large-scale plant in Derba will help to develop the Ethiopian industrial base and will transform a local low-value raw material into high-value cement. Derba Midroc cement factory will have the potential to produce 25 million quintals of cement annually thus raising the cement supply of the country by 150 percent.

The company would build additional factories so as to expedite the economic growth of the country. In addition, local cement production will substitute imports, generate foreign exchange savings and significantly reduce cement prices. This will support the development of infrastructure and housing projects, which will encourage new business opportunities in other industrial and service sectors and lead to further job creation.

Job Titles:

  • Industrial Technology
  • Cement Technology
  • Cement Operation
  • & related areas

Please forward us your CVs at: DerbaMidroc@gmail.com



 

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