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Durban - A KwaZulu-Natal supplier of electrical goods and services Voltex MV/LV Solutions is looking forward to expanding its customer base when they participate in the Trade and Investment Mission to Mozambique that is scheduled to run until the end of the month. 

Ghamet Aysen who is a shareholder in Voltex MV/LV the company is excited to travel to Mozambique to network and to look at business prospects and acknowledge the role of government in this venture.

“Voltex has participated in one trade mission to the Democratic Republic of the Congo and exhibition in Tanzania. This was a good experience as the company received orders from the DRC to the value of over R2 million to date and the future looks bright with ongoing orders to supply electrical goods and services,” Aysen said.  

He said that they have also received an order to supply and install motor control centre for pump stations in Tanzania valued at over R16 million and they are hopeful that the Mozambican market will receive the products and services positively.

“This mission will further open doors into Africa. We plan to seek trade opportunities in Mozambique and to meet and greet Chief Executive Officers of mining’s houses, corporates, consultants and key government that can make decisions concerning projects,” Aysen said. 

The business delegation is made of South African companies funded by the dti and represent electrical and renewable energy, architects and engineering services, built environment, telecommunications, mining services, rail and ports, steel and tubing and gas sectors.

The programme for the mission will include business seminars, business-to-business meetings and site visits.

The Mercury