Tena oil expands Dukem’s plant, creates more than 500 new jobs

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54 Capital, a conglomerate producing the most popular edible oil “Tena Oil” has announced a major expansion in its production plant at Dukem Town.

The fresh facility increases the company’s production by 130 percent and creates more than 500 new jobs, a statement Origins Business availed from the company.

The total expansion of the facility will be finalized at the end of 2022 and when it becomes operational, it will boost the current production capacity by 400 percent.

54 Capital regulates the edible oil shortage in the country by refining oil in the country from Sun Flower which is the most recommended oil for a healthy lifestyle.

The Group Manufacturing Director of 54 Capital, Eyoel Shewangizaw said at the start of the new factory in Dukem Town last week that “Tena has always been produced with utmost care and quality and the new plant equipped with state-of-the-art technology would enable “Tena” to be always the highest quality and the most preferred Edible Oil in Ethiopia. The expansion would also enable us to maintain our principle of “Health first”, “Eat Well, Live Well” is our motto.

Tena is one of the healthiest and highest quality edible oil in the market and we are very happy to deliver a product that keeps our society healthy and contribute to the country’s economy by creating new jobs.

“Tena Sunflower Oil is good for keeping our lifestyle healthy. It is low in saturated fat and high in mono and poly unsaturated fatty acids which prevent dangerous free radicals from oxidizing the body’s cholesterol,” the company said. It is rich in Vitamin A and D3.

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