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Uganda Baati: 60 Years of Steel Legacy and Parliamentary Engagement

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  • Shonubi recounted the company’s origins in the 1960s in Tororo as Steel Works Company, thriving in a lucrative steel and aluminum industry.
  • Additionally, the company stated that Arodi and his team deliberated on policy formulations in the steel sector.

George Arodi, CEO of Uganda Baati, led a team to visit Thomas Tayebwa, the deputy speaker of parliament.

During the meeting, Arodi and Tayebwa discussed Uganda Baati’s 60-year anniversary celebrations and other significant matters.

Additionally, the company stated that Arodi and his team deliberated on policy formulations in the steel sector.

Uganda Baati recently announced yearlong celebrations marking its 60 years in the country.

According to Dr. Alan Shonubi, chairperson of Uganda Baati’s board of directors, the 60-year journey has been fulfilling.

Dr. Shonubi recounted the company’s origins in the 1960s in Tororo as Steel Works Company, thriving in a lucrative steel and aluminum industry.

However, the company faced setbacks in 1972 due to political upheaval, yet it regained momentum after political stability returned.

Uganda Baati’s commitment to innovation is evident through its installation of modern galvanizing lines and introduction of ZincAL coating technology.

Furthermore, the company expressed intentions to expand its presence in the Southern Africa market.

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