Groupe Nduom (GN), a multi-national company has built an ultra-modern Industrial Estate at Elmina in the Central region. The Estate consists of industries in Manufacturing, Assembly Plant (Electronics), Printing and Logistics. Fresh Park ltd, GN electronics, GN Logistics ltd and GN Projects, are the industries that have been open for production in Elmina.
The mission of Fresh Park is to provide healthy foods. They achieve this by providing healthy packaging products. GN is a family business holding of Ghanaian and American origin.
GN Electronics is the contemporary Ghanaian electronic company of choice. It is the first indigenous Ghanaian company to assemble TV sets for Ghana and the West African sub-region. At GN Electronics, electronic materials are produced to meet the changing trends in global television transmission. GN Electronics is also assembling Set Top Boxes or decoders at the GN Industrial Estate located in Elmina.
A trademark of GN Electronic is it use of Ghanaian manpower, primarily young graduates from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology (KNUST) aside from their classroom knowledge , can get practical on the job training from leading industry experts. The young graduates are getting products and knowledge transfers from the best international OEM companies.
GN Projects operations include drawing up concepts that can easily be turned into action. The team is made up of business and technical individual thinkers who identify, research, test and propose projects for implementation. They are tasked to handle all projects for the GN Group.
GN Logistics (GNL) was created to cater for the logistics needs of the close to fifty Companies that make up Groupe Nduom. It is the functional unit is responsible for the supply of GN needs. GN Logistics has other plans beyond catering for its internal clients. There are plans in place to expand its operations to cover other important areas in the logistics business in the country. Thus setting it up to meet the needs of people in the country.
Groupe Nduom currently comprises of about 50 companies and counting. There are plans underway to extend the Group’s operations in some West African countries and the United Kingdom and USA
Author: Kwesi Otoo, Writer threesixtyGh