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2 500 ICT gadgets already assembled at ZITCO

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Telone has said the Zimbabwe Information Technology Company (ZITCO) has already started operating with the first run of 2 500 ICT gadgets having been completed.

Addressing at the commissioning of ZITCO Assembly Plant in Msasa by President Mnangagwa, TelOne Head of Corporate Communications Mrs Melody Harry, said ZITCO will now be moving towards full production, where a production capacity of at least 50 000 and up to 150 000 ICT units can be achieved annually

“The ZITCO Assembly Plant has already started operating, with the first run of 2500 desktop computers and laptops having already been completed. It is expected that after the commissioning, ZITCO will now be moving towards full production, where a production capacity of at least 50 000 and up to 150 000 ICT units can be achieved annually,” she said.

Harry further said more than 300 jobs are expected to be created in both upstream and downstream industries.

“This production level will be supported by a staff complement of about 100 in-house, with at least 300 jobs expected to be created in both upstream and downstream industries.”

The partnership with Original Device Manufacturers like Microsoft and certification as an Original Equipment Manufacturer is considered key in assuring originality and quality of ZITCO products.

TelOne is also presently resuscitating its Msasa factory where the plant is housed.

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