Management of Nigerian Breweries Plc says it remains committed and confident about the nation’s economy, following which it invested N30 billion to build its Greenfield Ama plant, Enugu, in 2003.
so far, the company said, the plant has created both full-time and contract employments for over 1,000 workers.
Corporate Affairs Adviser of the company, Kufre Ekanem, on Thursday told newsmen at a media facility tour of the different production processes of the plant, as part of its 10th anniversary said the complex has remained a world class facility.
According to Edem, “The quality of staff there can match their contemporaries from any part of the world. the heritage of forthrightness and forward thinking is a tradition with Nigerian Breweries. This is why we have decided to celebrate the milestone with our media partners and friends.
Also speaking at the event, Brewery Manager, John Richardson note that the milestone is a direct result of the company’s relentless effort to consolidate its leadership position in the beer market.
“For Ama Brewery, the past 10 years in the Nigerian market has been a success story. The decision to establish the facility here in Enugu was a very good business decision because it has resulted in 10 years of very strong business and community relationships. This success story is made possible by Heineken and the indigenous communities here in Enugu”, he said. He stressed that the the company has maintained its high standard by concentrating on the development of its workforce.Ama Brewery Has Created Over 1,000 Jobs - Nigerian Breweries by ngcareers