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Military Factory 54 supplies equipment to build Algerian agricultural recycling plant 

Al Maadi Company for Engineering Industries signed a contract the Algerian company to facilitate supplying the construction equipment of the new factory 

Egypt’s Minister of Military Production, Mohamed Al-Assar, witnessed the signing of a contract between the Al Maadi Company for Engineering Industries, a subsidiary of the National Organization for Military Production, and the Algerian Company for Investment (Mitidja).

According to the contract, the Egyptian side will supply and install the required equipment for the establishment of the Algerian agricultural recycling plant, whose production capacity would reach 15 tonnes/hour.

Minister Al-Assar said that Al Maadi Company will send a delegation of engineers and technicians to install the equipment to be supplied to the Algerian company, and will train Algerian engineers and technicians on the installation, operation and maintenance of the equipment.

He stressed that this contract comes in the framework of continuous cooperation with Algeria in several fields that serve common interests. Al-Assar expressed his delight of the Algerian company’s confidence in the Egyptian military production companies that offer high quality equipment.

He pointed out that the Ministry of Military Production has huge technological capabilities which can serve the implementation of many national projects to ease the burden on the citizen.

Rachid Bouziane, chairman of the Algerian company, expressed his confidence in the quality of the Egyptian military production companies, pointing out that his company decided to cooperate with the Egyptian side after they had admired the Military Production’s products during a recent exhibition held in Algeria.

Bouziane added that he seeks to maintain the cooperation with the Egyptian military production companies in many other fields to serve the interests of both countries.

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