The Confederation of Tanzania Industries is a Business Membership Organisation that was launched in July 1991. It is an independent, self-financed, legally constituted organisation that serves its members by speaking out on their behalf and generally representing their interests. The main aim of CTI is to ensure that there is a conducive legal, financial and economic environment within which industry can operate effectively, prosper and contribute to national wealth and development.
The initiative by the government to curb illegal trade of tusks, by demanding some exporters to load their consignments into containers at the port instead of the factory premises has attracted a certain amount of sceptism from the Confederation of Tanzania Industries.
Roofing Tiles, Terrazo Tiles, Tiles
Food, Beverage and Tobacco
Cashew Kernels, Cocoa, Coffee, Processed Cashew Nuts, Processed Cotton, Pulses, Slippers
Metal and Metal Products
Communication Towers, Foundry Products, Steel Bridges and Tanks, Steel Products
RTAP Renewable Energy