#BlackIndustrialist: K9 Factory launched with support from DTI,IDC and Woolworth

by www.iol.co.za
Today, the Department of Trade & Industry (dti), Woolworths and the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) officially opened the doors of K9 Pet Foods’ new 3 600 m² factory premises in the Western Cape.
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