Coega Awards Tenders Worth R214.3 Million
The Coega Development Corporation (CDC) awarded contracts worth R214.3 million between April and August this year connected with the industrial development zone.
In addition, the Corporation has awarded a host of contracts for work that will be carried out for national and provincial government departments.
A contract worth R51.8 million has been awarded to WHBO for the construction of IDL Fresh Warehouse in Zone 1 of the IDZ.
A second contract to the value of R1.8 million was awarded to BRD Civils for the construction of Platform/Bulk Earthworks for the project. IDL is an international cold storage and regional distribution company.
The CDC has also awarded a contract to WHBO worth R129.6 million for the construction of a cold storage warehouse for Vector Logistics in Zone 1, while a contract worth R30.5 million was awarded to NMC for the construction of the new Digistics warehouse in Zone 1, which is an expansion of the company’s current premises.
Dimension Data was awarded a contract worth R1.4 million to refresh the Corporation’s systems hardware, including the supply, installation and commissioning of the server and storage system.
Premium BBE Verifications was awarded a contract worth R1.1 million to conduct a BEE verification audit in the Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal.- MetroMinutes.
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The Coega Development Corporation (CDC), South Africa’s leader in socio-economic growth and development, is continuing to show commitment in community upliftment.
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Nelson Mandela Bay should have some idea of whether National Government intends to assist in funding the completion of the Nooitgedagt Low Level Scheme, when Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene tables his 2015 Budget and accompanying documentation in the National Assembly on February 25.
The Coega Industrial Development Zone will become a Special Economic Zone (SEZ) in July 2016.
Nelson Mandela Bay has experienced a construction boom led by the Baywest Mall and Coega Development Corporation (CDC)...
As South Africa continues to experience economic pressure, Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality (NMBM) is grabbing the bull by its horns in a bid to enhance economic growth and to weather the storm.
Eastern Cape Transport MEC Weziwe Tikana says the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) has already allocated “approximately R900 million” for the Motherwell rail line over the three financial years from 2014/15 to 2016/17.
Several construction projects, collectively worth R4 billion, are on track in the Coega Industrial Development Zone (IDZ) and will reach completion before the second quarter of the 2015/16 financial year...
The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) intends to finalise and publish regulations and incentives for Special Economic Zones (SEZ) by November 17.
The estimated value of the Coega Industrial Development Zone’s (IDZ) investor pipeline stood at R122.3 billion in July this year, according to figures released by the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI).
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