The Managing Director of Meker Africa, Cyril Mehanna has described Ghana as a fertile ground for business.
According to him, his outfit has initiated moves to establish a factory in Ghana under the one district, one factory policy.
He believes the establishment of a manufacturing plant under the one district, one factory policy would help it to grow in the country and be able to export to other markets including those in the West African sub-region.
Mr. Cyril Mehanna was optimistic that the process would be completed as soon as possible because their wish is to open a factory in Ghana to improve the lives of Ghanaians.
Speaking with the media at the company’s showroom on the Spintex Road in Accra, Mr. Cyril Mehanna said the 50-year old Lebanese company had made a request to be part of the one district, one factory policy.
Responding to a question about the Ghanaian market, Mr. Cyril Mehanna said the Ghanaian environment was serene for business and it had been good so far with people reacting very well and positively to their products explaining the products it offers had also positioned Merker in the market as the producers of affordable high earned kitchen products.
Meker Africa is a leading Lebanese company specialized in manufacturing of kitchen furniture and fittings.
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Meker Africa works with processed wood and could offer a wide range of designs of quality and long-lasting products to suit the customers’ demands and can boast of experienced experts who design the products, fix the kitchen, and offer five years guarantee which had made it attractive to Ghanaians.
The main materials used were imported from their 13,000 square metres factory in Lebanon where almost everything was produced with modern machine technology. It complete its works with raw and processed materials from Ghana such as stones, artistry, taps, and sinks.