Ethiopian Minister of Trade and Industry and King Machine Company Representatives Discuss Bottled Water Factory Technology Together

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Today, the Ethiopian Minister of Trade and Industry, along with representatives from King Machine Company, including Yimer, convened an important meeting at the bottled water factory of Hire Water in Dire Dawa city. They engaged in in-depth discussions on advanced bottled water production line technology.

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The significance of this meeting lies in the Ethiopian government's emphasis on water resource management and industrial development. The Minister of Trade and Industry, accompanied by Yimer from King Machine Company, toured the production line at Hire Water, gaining detailed insights into its functionality and output. As partners in Ethiopia, King Machine Company's representative, Yimer, provided comprehensive explanations of the technical details of the production line throughout the visit.

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The focal point of the meeting was exploring how advanced bottled water factory technology could address the water resource management and water supply challenges faced by Ethiopia. The Minister of Trade and Industry emphasized the government's commitment to promoting the importance of water resource management and industrial development. He expressed support for enterprises like King Machine Company, acknowledging their contributions to addressing local bottled water factory needs.

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The Dire Dawa television station meticulously documented the proceedings of this meeting and will broadcast a report on Facebook television. This meeting injects fresh impetus into Ethiopia's water resource management and industrial development, showcasing the determination of both the government and businesses to collaborate for progress.

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The successful convening of this meeting signifies an important step for Ethiopia in the fields of water resource management and industrial development, hinting at more cooperation and innovation that will aid the country in achieving sustainable development goals.

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