EAPCC which has been hit hard by competition and wrangles among shareholders and on its board leading to a 13 per cent decline in local market share said it has also paused its business in
"We are looking at
Tande noted that the Kenyan market had very stiff competition amid less demand and more supply.
EAPCC said it now has about 21 per cent market share from 34 per
Tande said the recent wrangling among shareholders and some of the directors over the control and operations of the company had also "distracted" the firm from its core business, thus contributing also to the drop in market share.
Apart from sourcing for new markets, Tande said the firm will also upgrade its factory equipment and open a new factory to increase capacity to boost business.
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