Francis O. Agbonlahor, Managing Director (MD), said here Friday Guinness Ghana would want to be seen as a quality investor in the West African country.
For that reason, he said the GGBL had in last two-and-half years or so invested 30 million pounds in the country to expand their capacity.
Agbonlahor, who was interacting with local and international journalists here, observed that investment had gone into the areas of acquiring new plants and production lines for its operations, new equipment and technology as well as the upgrading of facilities.
He said Ghana was a strategic market for the company, hence their commitment to continuous investment in the economy.
“Let me assure you that we will continue to invest by either expanding or bringing in new technology or bringing in new brands and then investing in the community for the benefit of our shareholders and stakeholders,” he remarked.
GGBL has been operating in Ghana for 65 years now and has well over 200 brands to its name.
The company currently employs some 700 permanent staff with tens of thousands indirect employment to several people. Enditem.