Africa needs more industry to create more sustainable jobs. Africa’s share of global manufacturing has fallen from about 3% in 1970 to less than 2% in 2013. The output per person during the manufacturing cycle is about three times lower than the average for all developing countries and manufactured exports.

Industrial development in Africa is a key driver to removing barriers to entry and change. MEB has tirelessly worked to improve how African businesses develop their projects. The much-needed industrialization of the African continent, cannot happen without the basic building bricks hat include access to infrastructure services, skills development and food security.

We can lead you in the right direction, by placing you at the helm of our design process, incorporating all important aspects to ensure the successful implementation of new innovations.