Speaking at the forum, the Chapter Chair, Mr. Bryan Cuthbert noted that for manufacturers to thrive and contribute to the growth of the nation’s GDP, they need ready markets, both locally and internationally.
Kenya Association of Manufactures Nyanza & Western Region hosted Kisumu County Gubernatorial candidates Anyang Nyongo and H.E Jack Ranguma as part of nation-wide engagements with political leaders aimed at centralizing the economic agenda of the country.
KAM Machakos Chapter led by KAM CEO, Ms. Phyllis Wakiaga hosted the Machakos Gubernatorial Candidate Hon. Wavinya Ndeti as part of countywide engagements with political leaders aimed at enhancing economic dialogue in the counties to ensure business competitiveness.
Nakuru County Commissioner, Joshua Nkanatha has assured Nakuru business community that the Government is prepared and has put in place measures to ensure there are no security lapses during the electioneering period.
The Director General National Industrial Training Authority (NITA), Dr. Paul Kosgey recently visited Industries in Eldoret, to meet manufacturers, discuss pending cases and inform them on ongoing NITA projects.
In order to enhance movement of cargo through the National Government through the Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) has constructed and commissioned the new weighbridge along Mlolongo to facilitate business operations through ensuring fast and efficient service delivery.
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