“2013 presented a real opportunity for the business to grow and step into unchartered waters with focus and determination, executing focused acquisitions and proving the caliber of a strong and experienced management team, and a winning, resilient and innovative culture that has backed the evolution of the business over the years.
From a single entity in 1997, the Copperbelt Energy Corporation PLC (CEC) has transformed into a group entity with four subsidiaries. The transformation was wrought through strategic decisions in key areas that we have taken over the years. Those decisions have driven this change and will continue to drive growth and to create better outcomes for our investors, customers and the economies of the countries where we are investing.”
Standard Chartered acquires $57 million in Copperbelt Energy
“CEC will continue on its growth trajectory, consolidating its position by allocating capital in a balanced and disciplined manner by investing in opportunities that are at the core or closely related to our core.
Hanson Sindowe, Executive Chairman
We currently operate or have interests in the countries highlighted in the map below:
a leading corporate ISP
A joint venture between CEC’s telecoms division (CEC Liquid Telecom) and Realtime Technology Alliance Africa (RTAA), Realtime provides high speed Internet services and private leased circuits using fibre optic technology.
CEC’s corporate development team is focused on identifying and developing projects, both in Zambia and in sub-Saharan Africa that will lead to income diversification and sustainable long term earnings growth for the Group.
CEC Liquid Telecom is the preferred wholesale broadband connectivity telecommunications company, both at national level and regionally. It is a joint venture company of CEC and Liquid Telecommunications of Mauritius.