Uganda Exports It’s First Locally Made Smart Phones

Local technology firm, SIMI Mobile in Uganda is all prepared to send out its first cluster of locally made cell phones to North African country, Morocco. SIMI technologies who have been manufacturing mobile phones into the local market in Uganda for some time, is going to cross outskirts into the global market beginning from Morocco.

The exportation of the smart phones will start today Saturday 23rd May, 2020. This is Uganda first locally made cell phones fabricated by Engo Holdings Group Ltd|SIMI Mobile, that is going past the shores of the country.

Without precedent for the historical backdrop of Uganda, the country is going to export the phones and PCs, not exclusively to Morocco but several other countries as they move on.

Uganda’s mission is to draw in trustworthy investors to create jobs for Ugandans as they go into exportation. In the last of 2019, Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni commissioned Uganda’s first multi-billion cell phone and PC assembling and gathering production line in Namanve Industrial Park, Wakiso District.

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The launch was a drive to accomplish government’s initiative of promoting ‘Buy Uganda Build Uganda program’. This was also followed by the signing of an agreement between the government and SIMI technologies to promote the manufacturing of ICT electronics in Uganda.

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