The AIMMAP Portuguese Business Association would arrive in Ghana on Monday, October 29, to seek partners, representatives and distributors for the promotion of a wide range of products and services on the Ghanaian market.
A statement issued by the Global Trade Consult, Ghana, on Monday, to the Ghana News Agency, said the maiden visit would feature five Portuguese companies, including manufacturers of renewable energy components and mining and construction machines.
“They specialise in renewable energy, large solar thermal installations; manufacturer of photovoltaic, solar collectors, absorbers, thermosyphon kits, forced circulation kits, water storages, mounting sets OP-V2 and OP-V4AL, and accessories,” the statement said about some of them.
The statement said with the team would be a company providing Vocational Training in the form of Laboratory or Machinery Installation and Professional Guidance for the Mechanical Industry.
Some also deal in the supply of a robust range of machines for mining and construction industry – equipment manufacture for the production and processing of aggregates, performing all the steps involved in the design of production facilities and processing of aggregates, which stand out the draft, the design, manufacture and assembly.
There will also be manufacturers of supermarkets displays and horizontal displays, such as large, medium and small chest freezers, ice cream freezers, upright coolers, freezers for bakery and pastries, wine cabinets and upright coolers for pharmaceutical purposes.
“The mission participants have a range of objectives, including looking for local partners, representatives, qualified distributors or agents and clients,” the statement said.
“All will be researching the market for the first time and be will be looking forward to meeting new business contacts”.
The delegation would depart on Wednesday, October 31.
AIMMAP was founded in 1957, as one of the most representative associations of Portugal, with the main objective of assisting its members from the metallurgical and mechanical engineering sector, in a continuous and sustaining manner.
It provides advisory services and helps them to improve their competitiveness and processes of modernisation.
The Association also organises international trade mission, while providing vast information on their activities on the website for online relationships.
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