Monday, 2 August 2010


Saro Agro Industries Limited has invested about K50 billion (US$ 10 million) into the construction of its newly commissioned complex on Buyantanshi Road.
Saro Senior Engineer for Sales and Services, Simon Nyirongo was speaking at the just ended 84th Agriculture and Commercial show in Lusaka that the company invested heavily into the new complex.
Mr. Nyirongo said it was necessary that Saro invests into the new building because it has grown bigger over the years.
One of the sectors that SARO supports
“Saro is growing rapidly. We invested in excess of US$10 million in the new structure which we constructed over a period of three to four years,” he said.
He said Saro was exporting equipment to neighbouring countries such as Angola, Malawi and Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
He said his company was determined to supply quality equipment to the public and help supply spare parts and provide maintenance to sustain them and satisfy customers.
Mr. Nyirongo paid tribute to government and customers in Zambia and beyond saying it was due to their support that the company managed to grow to the level where it is today.
He said government must continue to support agriculture at all levels in the country in order to sustain the economic development which it has recorded.
Mr. Nyirongo said Zambia was headed for sustainable economic development as long as government maintains peace and good development policies it has put in place.
“For as long as this peace we enjoy is maintained and for as long as the country continues with the policies, which the government has put in place, the sky is the limit for us,” he said.
Mr. Nyirongo said agriculture was one key sector that is important and reliable for the development of any economy.
Saro supplies agriculture, mining and construction equipment designed to cater for all classes of farmers.

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