Today, 28th April 2021, Mr. John Ngumi, the Chairman of ICDC visited Numerical Machining Complex (NMC) on a familiarization tour. NMC Board Chairman, Maj. Gen (Rtd) Pastor Awitta and NMC Managing Director, Eng. David Mwadali received Mr. Ngumi.
Mr. Ngumi was taken round the various production centres including, CNC workshop, Heat Treatment, Fabrication, Laboratory and Foundry Plant. He was also shown the various products that NMC have developed in support of the Government Big 4 Agenda to include; Brick making machines namely; Tofas (Automated machines), manual & semi hydraulic. Other products include Mavuno water pumps, hydraulic presses and lathe machines.
On industrial parts, he was able to see the various gears, shafts, housing pumps, wheel spacers that NMC manufactures for the various industries.
NMC participated in the SMEs Expo & Conference 2021 held at KICC between 18th and 20th March 2021. The theme of the expo was ‘SMEs Resilience, Recovery and Sustainability’. The Chief Guest was the Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Industrialization Trade & Enterprise Development Hon. Betty Maina, EGH.
NMC had an opportunity to showcase its products and services including water pumps, industrial spares, and foundry castings. The team also interacted with the general public on the various solutions the company offers.
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In the wake of the persistent Covid-19 pandemic, many efforts towards combating it are continuously being witnessed. Numerical Machining Complex Limited (NMC) has designed and manufactured a disinfectant tunnel to supplement the Ministry of Health’s efforts to combat the spread of Covid-19.
The disinfectant tunnel which produces sufficient fog will be located at the Nairobi Central Railway Station in order to be used by the thousands of commuters boarding the Nairobi Commuter Rail Service trains and other members of the public. The disinfectant tunnel works by emitting tiny droplets of the disinfecting agent.
The Disinfectant Tunnel was launched by the Cabinet Secretary for Transport, Mr James Macharia lauded the initiative by the Numerical Machining Complex and Kenya Railways terming it a positive development in the Governments quest to flatten the curve and completely mitigate the spread of the virus.