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Featured photo: Transportation expansion in Tanzania

OPIC Chief of Staff John Morton meets with workers from the Alistair James Company Limited

OPIC Chief of Staff John Morton meets with workers from the Alistair James Company Limited – a regional logistics business based outside of Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. With OPIC support, the company owners – originally from Maryland – have nearly doubled their fleet of trucks and are now employing approximately 100 workers. The company is looking to eventually expand its transportation services from Tanzania to four to five countries within the region, and is planning to apply for another OPIC loan.


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