Saturday, January 29, 2022

Ore Industrial Park Gets More Busy

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More critical stakeholders in the industrial sector have started showing great interest in taking good advantage of opportunities at the Ore Industrial Park in Odigbo Local Government Area of the state.

The Managing Director, Ore Industrial park, Mr Femi Akinkuebi during an inspection tour of the SME hub said the hub is a cluster part of the Ore Industrial park that will accommodate small and medium scale businesses within Ondo state and help them to produce with great ease.

Orange FM’s Gbenga Oluwajana reports that a delegation of the state chapter of Nigeria Association of Small and Medium Scale industrialists led by the chairman, Greatsheyi Akintunde was also part of the inspection tour.

Ore Industrial park, envisioned by Ondo state Governor, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu creates an avenue for industrial development towards economic growth, employment generation, poverty eradication, improved standard of living, as well as change in the state’s reputation from being a civil service state to an industrial giant

In a bid to expand the horizon of the Ore industrial park, a cluster area of about 50 hectares of land has been launched tagged “S.M.E hub” to boost and enhance establishment of small and medium scale enterprises in the 18 council areas of the state.

Managing Director of Ore Industrial park, Mr Femi Akinkuebi said the S.M.E. hub provides a conducive environment for the production and final delivery of business products with uninterrupted power supply, water and gas among other facilities to enable it meet global SME standards.

Mr Akinkuebi assured of the determination of the Ondo State Government through the Ore Industrial Park to consciously lead an aggressive drive to ensure creation of more small and medium enterprises in the state and Nigeria at large.

He stressed that the S.M.E hub at Ore Industrial park is for all those who are passionate about growing their small and medium scale businesses admonishing them to take advantage of the opportunity.

The state chairman of the Nigeria association of small and medium scale industrialists, Greatsheyi Akintunde lauded the initiative saying it will go a long way to boost S.M.Es in Ondo state.

Akintunde noted that business owners, entrepreneurs and prospective investors in the 18 council areas will be properly enlightened on how to take advantage of the facility.

The project Engineer, Agboola Julius said although the project is at preliminary stage massive structures will start springing up by the first week in March.

He assured of adequate security for all businesses at the hub.