Dormans Coffee Group has acquired 10 acres of land at the controversy-ridden Tatu City residential and commercial estate for construction of its global headquarters.
The company will spend Sh650 million to move its coffee roasting factory and head office into the new headquarters as it follows other companies seeking to move to less congested neighborhoods.
“The challenges of working in the CBD (Central Business District) and central Nairobi have become greater over time as it has become more crowded. Out here we will avoid all that,” said Dormans Coffee chairman Jeremy Block.
Dormans will build processing, packaging, warehousing and trading facilities capable of handling more than 15,000 tonnes of coffee per year at the Tatu Industrial Park, the light industrial zone located at Tatu City. Read more. Source | BusinessDaily