It took me four hours to get a licence in Rwanda. The country has good investment policies. Everybody is treated equally, Rakesh Bhatnagar, Uganda Baati’s executive director said.
He was explaining that Rwanda has a good irresistible investment climate. Bhatnagar is to construct a steel manufacturing plant in Rwanda. The works are to be begin in June. The factory will serve Rwanda, Burundi and the growing Democratic Republic of Congo markets.
Founded in 1964, Uganda Baati, is the first East African company to supply ‘indisputable and ultra-modern ‘continuous galvanizing’ line in making iron and steel products. The company produces sheet and metal products from galvanized coils, roofing sheets to mild steel hollow sections.