CESCO advances steel mill and storage plant project in Cameroon

21 March 20242 min reading

As part of its ongoing commitment to quality and meticulous project management, CESCO announced the successful inspection of civil works in preparation for the erection of a state-of-the-art steel mill building and external grain storage plant in Cameroon. 

This project, financed by the German bank AKA-Bank with the support of the German Euler Hermes Export Credit Insurance, signifies a significant step forward in the region's industrial development.

Last week, the dedicated team at CESCO, led by its Senior Supervisor, conducted a thorough inspection of the site to ensure that all groundwork is correctly in place before commencing the erection phase. This included verifying the precise positioning of anchor bolts and finalizing preparations for the pouring of concrete.

In addition to on-site efforts, deliveries of crucial components from Germany, Italy, and Spain are progressing smoothly, further solidifying our timeline for this exciting project, CESCO said in a press release.

"We are excited to see our vision taking shape in Cameroon," said Dr. Martino Celeghini, CEO of CESCO. "The meticulous inspection of the civil works are a testament to our dedication to quality and efficiency. We look forward to continuing this momentum as we move into the erection phase."

With this milestone reached, CESCO stands firm in its promise to provide excellent industrial plants and to contribute to the growth and development of the region.

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