A delegation from the Royal Danish Embassy led by HE Rolf Holmboe, went on Wednesday March 15, 2023 to the assembly plant of the company Danew Talla Electronics located in Niaréla in commune II of the District of Bamako.
This visit allowed the staff of Danew Talla Electronics to present to the Danish donors, the use of the allocated funds as well as the results already obtained. Ambassador Rolf Holmboe and his delegation were received by the CEOs of Danew Talla Electronics, namely Modibo Talla and his partner Renaud Amiel. On the occasion, the delegation took note of the work carried out in the product assembly line, and exchanged with a staff. There are 46 employees at the plant, 18 of whom are operational on the assembly line.
The production manager of the assembly line, Moustapha Traoré and his team made the delegation attend the assembly of the tablets, that is to say all the stages up to the packaging level. A job highly appreciated by Mr. Holmboe, who did not fail to express his satisfaction by renewing their desire to support the structure even more. “We can help a factory in Mali which produces very well,” he said. Reaffirming the good health of Mali/Denmark cooperation, Mr. Rolf Holmboe recalled the funds made available by Denmark to support vocational training in Mali. These include the Project ‘Fund for vocational training linked to the needs of the private sector’, financed by its embassy and managed by CIEM with coverage in Bamako and the surrounding area. As to Danew Talla Project, it received a grant from the FFP Vocational Training Fund of 30771000 FCFA to train 119 young people as part of the “Fund for vocational training linked to the needs of the private sector” project.
The visit was timely for CEO Renaud Amiel to recall their ambition that is to say ‘Become leaders in the digital professions in the sub-region’. And this with the creation of a national network of after-sales service repairers for PCs, tablets, telephones, the company, as announced, intends to train and employ 200 young people in the field of new technologies, and 1,000 young people trained to repair computer and telephone equipment of all brands in Mali. On this date the company has 130 young people already trained and 30 employees on the assembly line, including 18 operational.
The assembly line has a production capacity of 300 pieces per day (10000/month). For Mr. Amiel, the ambition is to expand this capacity to 300,000 to 4,000,000 per year in 2024, and conquer the markets of the sub-region or even more.
Khadydiatou SANOGO /maliweb.net