(Ecofin Agency) - Minos Agricultural Machinery is planning to set up an assembly plant in Ghana to supply the Sub-saharan market.
This was announced by the company’s public relations manager Kaan Sen during a recent work visit (at the group’s headquarters at Izmir, Turkey) carried out by a Ghanaian delegation led by Carlos Ahenkorah, Ghana’s Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry.
“Our plan is to open up an ultra-modern assembly plant in West Africa, specifically Ghana”, Mr. Sen said before adding that “Minos Agri will like to invest in the agricultural potential of Ghana because we see a lot of opportunities in the sector”.
The deputy minister highlighted Ghana’s potential as the prime destination for investments in Sub-saharan Africa. “Ghana is the gateway to Africa and we have the strategic infrastructure and facilities to aid in your business growth aside from the stable political environment”, the official said.
Established in 1959, Minos Agricultural Machinery manufactures agriculture equipment.