March 1, 2012

Anberbeb Share Company imports ambulances

Anberbeb Share Company imports ambulances

Asmara, 1 March, 2012- Anberbeb Share Company, at the request of the Health Ministry, has imported 17 new ambulances worth more than 15 million Nakfa, disclosed Mr. Tekeste Abraham, sales manager of the Company.

He indicated that the imported new ambulances are equipped with modern medical appliances that are expected to satisfy demands. He further stated that the investment the company is making on human resource development is bearing good results and that the effort would continue.
Likewise, Mr. Solomon Berih, head of general services, on his part indicated that the company has all the necessary facilities and that its activities are conducted on the basis of internal capacity.

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