Leading Fastener / Studs / Anchor / Bolt Nut Washer Manufacturer in Rwanda.
As a leading Bolt Nut Washer Manufacturer in Rwanda. We supply all type of structural, commercial, PEB’s, Oil & Gas related bolts, nuts, washers and industrial specialized / drawing base. Fasteners, Studs, high tensile structural bolts, chemical anchors and bolts. Range of Gr8.8 / S275JR / A36 / Gr50 / ASTM 572 / ASTM A193 B7 / A194 2H / ASTM A563M / Class 8 / Din 125A / ASTM F436M / B7M / B8 / B8M / 304 / 316 studs. Socket head cap screws, U-bolts, J-Bolt. Vertical Anchor Bolt and associated products from M6 to M125 diameters, in standard. International specification and special drawing base formats.
In Fact MF Fastener industries LLC is the industry leaders in the distribution of reliable products. And services served from our current 7 Stocking facilities and distribution. Centers all over MENA region (Africa), in addition, we also offer an export service into Africa reaching our all valuable clients and stakeholders.
In Brief With a combined experience of more than 50 years, our team of 200 + associates is proud to work in and support our valued Clients.
The Africa construction market is expected to register a CAGR of 6.4% over the forecast period, 2019 – 2024. The African construction industry is the target destination for most large economies.
Whereas The Africa construction market is expected to register a CAGR of 6.4% over the forecast period, 2019 – 2024.
The African construction industry is the target destination for most large economies. This is because of accruing benefits and/or advantages such as availability of huge natural resources, huge investment opportunities in energy and infrastructure. Cheap labor, and a fast-growing consumer market. Also, there is a beneficial business environment that includes favorable economic development policies and rising commodity prices in addition to continued progress in the fight against corruption and the adoption of democratic governments.
Furthermore According to the Industry sources 482 projects valued at USD 50m or above each that had broken ground by 1 June 2018. In total, these projects are worth USD 471 billion. It nearly doubled the total project value from 2017 as it was USD 210 billion.
As a region, East Africa has the largest number of recorded projects with 139 projects. North Africa accounts for the largest share of projects in terms of value at 31.5% (or USD148.3bn). The projects included are spread over 43 of Africa’s 54 countries. Egypt is the single country having the most projects with 46 projects (9.5% of projects on the continent). As well as the most projects by value at USD79.2bn (17% of the continent’s value), edging out South Africa and Nigeria respectively.
As a sector, the Transport sector has 186 projects 22.7% of total project value. Following by power and energy projects with a share of 24.4 of the total project value.