By Thom Ali MANA

Executive Chairperson for Salima Sugar Company Wester Peter Kosamu has lobbied for skills transfer from foreign engineers to local engineers in operating machinery used for crushing sugar at the factory.

In an interview, kosamu said Malawian engineers were not given space to exercise their skills in operating the machines, hence the experts who are Indian nationals were the ones with expertise to operate the machines.

“As a country we are giving too much to foreign investors, we need those experts to transfer the skills, knowledge and technology to local staff, for locals to grasp the technology, there is available expertise in the country,” kosamu emphasized.

Kosamu hailed Malawian engineers at the factory who for the first time Managed to operate the machinery in absence of foreign engineers.

He further said as one way of restructuring the company, they have managed to increase government shareholdings from 40 percent to 49 percent and they have reduced the old ownership to 51 percent.

Aum Sugar, who is cited a partner of the company is responsible for the day to day running of the company including all operations and resource management.

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