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Monday, January 23, 2017

24/01/2017: Aller Aqua Ghana is officially open for business

Aller Aqua Ghana was recently inaugurated in Senchi Amanfrom 

The inauguration was attended by many customers, business partners and industry officials – more than 80 people came to help us celebrate.
 


Amongst participants were officials from the District Assembly, the Ministry of Fisheries, the Royal Danish Ambassador and members of the press.
 

Emmanuel Ofosu
(Country Director, Aller Aqua Ghana).
© Aller Aqua Group A/S

At the inauguration, speakers included Carsten Jørgensen (CFO, Aller Aqua Group), the Royal Danish Ambassador Tove Degnbol, Madam Abene Kyei (District Coordinating Director) and Niels Lundgaard (Commercial Director for Africa, Aller Aqua Group). 

Emmanuel Ofosu, Country Director for Ghana, was present to greet all attendees and answer questions. Emmanuel received many inquiries and contacts for further collaboration, and is looking forward to follow up on these. Fish feed for aquaculture, specifically Tilapia and Catfish, will be offered in Ghana by Emmanuel Ofosu and his team, consisting of five dedicated staff members. 


Aller Aqua Ghana Limited is strategically situated by the Volta River where many fish farmers have their farms. This, paired with positive statements from current customers, gets the company off to a positive start.

“The opening day was a result of months of hard work, and we are glad to be able to start offering fish feed to the Ghanaian aquaculture sector from our local company, Aller Aqua Ghana Limited. Aller Aqua essentially help the farmers grow their businesses by providing high quality fish feed which leads to faster growth, healthier fish and thus a better end product. This is our aim in all the countries we are represented in, and was a key parameter in our decision in starting Aller Aqua Ghana Limited. ” Explains Niels Lundgaard, Commercial Director for Africa, Aller Aqua Group.

Aller Aqua would like to thank this opportunity to thank everyone involved in making the inauguration a great success and hope to see all of you again soon.


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