METL Group is Tanzania's largest home-grown company, worth more than $1 billion with a presence in 11 countries in Africa, such as Uganda, Ethiopia Kenya, South Sudan, Rwanda, Burundi Zambia, Mozambique, Malawi, DR Congo and ofcourse Tanzania.
From providing logistic services to manufacturing products and brands that people love, METL group helps growth in the African Market and beyond.
We have the best available talent, and are consistently investing in our people and our infrastructure.
MeTL Group is a leading economic force in Tanzania with major investments and successful operating companies in key business sectors. The Group employs more than 24,000 people across the country, in areas as diverse as trading, agriculture, manufacturing, energy and petroleum, financial services, mobile telephony, infrastructure and real estate, transport, logistics and distribution.
MeTL Group began in the early 1970s as a small trading business with a big vision. This vision, coupled with knowledge and skills derived over more than 40 years in business, has enabled the Group to grow exponentially into one of the largest businesses in Africa. Currently, MeTL Group's operations contribute 3.5% of the GDP of Tanzania. The Group plays a vital role in strengthening Tanzania's opportunities for growth and development in private industry-ensuring the country can reap the benefits of globalization.
The group's mission statement is: MeTL Group resolves to achieve a dominant presence in its core business areas, in an ethical and socially responsible manner, by manufacturing and supplying quality products and services that offer value for money to buyers and consumers at large.
MeTL Group is focused on innovation and the pursuit of a competitive edge, alongside responsible corporate governance and sustainable development. These guiding principles make MeTL Group both a fair and formidable operator, with the aim of becoming a $5 billion group by 2018 and employing more than 100,000 people.
The Group is also committed to ending poverty in Tanzania via the establishment of two bodies: the Mo Dewji Foundation and the Group's registered non-governmental organisation, Singida Yetu. Over the last five years, MeTL Group has spent more than $3 million on education, water supply, income generation, healthcare investments, and sports programs. The Group also places a high priority on environmental protection with the development of a carbon-credit program based around its bio-energy business, in partnership with European high-carbon emission countries.