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30-Aug-2016  
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A fruit juice factory in Wa which was closed for not being profitable is expected to reopen for full operation in October under a new arrangement.
 
The Wa Juice Factory will now open as the Ndaana Ghana Limited following a partnership struck between the Wa Municipal Assembly and a private business concern.

It is the hope of the Wa Municipal Assembly is hoping that with the new factory in place, coupled with a new market centre that was being constructed and ongoing works on the road network, the municipality would become an enviroment for vibrant business.

The juice-producing factory is expected to employ about 100 persons in direct production at the company and provide ready market and indirect employment to farmers and others in the value chain.

The Chief Executive of Ndaana Ghana Limited, Mr Gregory Lankono, said the refurbishment of the factory's physical structure was complete, while other relevant processes relating to logistics were in their final stages.

Mr Lankono said when the factory became operational again, it would produce pure fruit juices without additives such as sugar or flavours.

He told the media last Friday when the Chief Executive of the Wa Municipal Assembly, Mr Issahaku Nuhu Putiaha, visited the factory premises to ascertain the stage of work towards its reopening, that the investment had already passed GH¢200,000 and could reach GH¢1million by the start of operation.
 
 
 
Source: Daily Graphic
 
 

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