Steine aus Wüstensand mit Noppen wie bei Lego: Mit dieser Idee wollen zwei Ingenieure aus Thüringen im großen Stil Häuser in Namibia bauen. Bis 2030 sollen 40.000 Häuser aus dem Polymerbeton für die ärmsten Einwohner des Landes hochgezogen werden.
Modellprojekt in Windhoek binnen zwei Tagen errichtet und im Beisein von Staatspräsident Hage Geingob eingeweiht
Windhoek. Binnen zwei Tagen ein Haus bauen? Noch dazu eines aus Wüstensand?
A number of deals have been signed with international companies in the wake of the Invest in Namibia Conference.
The minister of information and communication technology, Tjekero Tweya, announced the signing of two agreements in the housing and manufacturing sectors before the conclusion of the Invest in Namibia International Conference.
Tweya said a South Korean steel manufacturer was eyeing a possible US$250 million investment in a steel plant at Otavi.
German company, Polycare, plans to set up a production facility in Okahandja over the next six months that will use desert sand to make building blocks for affordable houses. Minister of Industrialisation, Trade and SME Development, Immanuel Ngatjizeko, announced this during a media briefing on the outcome of the first-ever Invest in Namibia international conference on Wednesday. “Through this facility, Polycare will be able to assist Namibia to tackle the housing shortage and create local jobs,” he said.
Investorenkonferenz beendet - Eigenheime nach Lego-Prinzip der Renner
Windhoek (cev) - Ein Höhepunkt der nun geendeten „Invest in Namibia“-Konferenz und Expo war ein Modellhaus, das nach dem Lego-Prinzip schnell und kostengünstig errichtet werden kann. Präsident Hage Geingob schaute sich persönlich bei einem Rundgang auf der Messe die Bautechnik an, die ihm Gerhard Dust, Chef der deutschen Firma PolyCare, erklärte.
In his previous posts, Gerhard Dust talked about what motivated him to set up his business and discussed the personal challenges he has encountered and the issues his company has had to deal with as his business developed. In this, his final blog post, Gerhard talks about the human desire to leave a lasting legacy, and gives us his six golden rules of entrepreneurship.
In his previous posts Gerhard Dust outlined the events that led him to his current career path and described some of the challenges he has encountered as his new business develops. In this third blog post, Gerhard deals with some of the main questions that his new technology has raised and explains some of the concepts involved.
In his previous blog post, Gerhard Dust described how an international humanitarian crisis caused him to re-evaluate his retirement plans and led him down a completely new career path. In this second post, Gerhard tells us about some of the issues his company encounters as his business develops.
This month our EiR is PolyCare CEO Gerhard Dust. Following a successful career in business, Gerhard was looking at a life of cosy retirement. However, things were to take an unexpected turn. A humanitarian crisis forced him to re-evaluate his position, with major consequences for his future. In this blog post, Gerhard tells us about his motivation, his experience and what it was that led him on his current path.
Bij grote natuurrampen zijn grote delen van steden vaak in één klap onbewoonbaar. Hoe mooi zou het zijn om binnen een paar dagen weer huizen te kunnen bouwen voor de inwoners die dakloos zijn geworden?