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Ghacem produced about 20 million tons of cement within thirty years of its operation. Ghacem wants to continue to be Ghana's biggest cement manufacturer and supply the market with good quality cement at a reasonable price.
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In a comment on the new FOB charge, the Chairman of the GCMA, Rev. Dr George Dawson-Ahmoah, who is also the Strategy and Corporate Affairs Director of Ghacem
Rev. Dr Dawson-Ahmoah, who is also the Chairman of the Tema Branch of the Association of Ghana Industries (AGI), stated that the GCMA still maintained that the continued importation of bagged cement into the country was not necessary, stressing that with a current surplus capacity of over two million tonnes per annum, local manufacturing companies had the installed capacity to meet the local demand for cement.
expressed concern that the country was gradually becoming an import centre.
Dr. George Dorson Ahmoah, ...
Dr. George Dorson Ahmoah, Director of Strategic and Corporate Affairs, Ghacem was the Chairman for the occasion.
He launched the 30 th Anniversary, congratulated parents, teachers and the entire student body for making the occasion a successful one.
He was overwhelmed and impressed with the school's performance over the years and promised to support and also to keep a lasting relationship with the school.
The Strategy and Corporate Affairs ...
The Strategy and Corporate Affairs Director of GHACEM, Dr George Dawson-Ahmoah, has called on the country's government to ban imports of bagged cement into the country, stressing that domestic supplies are sufficient to meet local requirements.
Speaking to newsmen in Takoradi after a meeting with the Minister of Trade and Industry, Dr Ekwow Spio-Garbrah, who was on a working visit to the company, Dr Dawson-Ahmoah declared: "We have sufficient quantity of locally produced cement to drive the economy and contribute to national development.
, therefore, called for an immediate ban on the importation of cement.
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Strategy and Corporate Affairs Director of ...
Strategy and Corporate Affairs Director of Ghacem, Dr. George Dawson-Ahmoah, has explained that the company reduced cement prices in fulfillment of its pledge to act positively when the cedi gains strength against major international currencies.
Strategy and Corporate Affairs Director of Ghacem
, Dr. George Dawson-Ahmoah
, has explained that the company reduced cement prices in fulfillment of its pledge to act positively when the cedi gains strength against major international currencies.
explained that Ghacem
fulfilled the pledge to Ghanaians because the cement producer was a good corporate citizen
noted the recent appreciation of the cedi has resulted in a marginal reduction of the company's production cost.
announced the company's ex-factory price of cement has been reduced from Gh¢30.55 to Gh¢27.965, stressing the company will not hesitate to further reduce the price should the cedis' appreciation hold.
commended government for working to salvage the free fall of the cedi and urged managers of the economy to do more to safeguard the welfare of Ghanaians.
noted imports about 80 percent of its raw materials for production of cement hence the recent depreciation of the Cedi really affected production cost and the company had no option than to increase prices.
, who doubles as the Chairman of the made in Ghana Campaign of the Association of Ghana Industries
(AGI) stressed that Ghacem
will continuously patronize the use of local limestone for the production of cement and will continuously search for the availability of local limestone concession in order to add value to local production.
However, in an interview with the ...
However, in an interview with the Strategy and Corporate Affairs Director of GHACEM, Dr George Dawson-Amoah, he said he was out of Accra and could only comment on the issue when he returned.