VMK, Congolese phone maker has announced its ambition to establish a new factory in the Democratic Republic of Congo with the support of the government.
VMK would be investing an aggregate of 15Million USD over five years in the facility to be opened in Kinshasa.
VMK founder, Verone Mankou, made the announcement this week, where he said that the new facility in Kinshasa, Congo is expected to begin operation by October.
Verone Mankou, met with Thomas Luhaka, the Republic of Congo’s Prime Minister, in charge of telecommunications, to secure the government’s support and backing for the VMK facility and market entry.
Presently, VMK’s assembly plant is in Brazzaville. The organization has a Pan-African vision with sales outlets already in Côte d’Ivoire and hopes to move across West Africa before the end of 2015.
VMK Tech is the maker of The Elikia range, they are Congo designed smart phones and tablets.