Ghana: Propak launches 2024 trade exhibition

Propak Ghana has unveiled its 2024 trade exhibition, showcasing cutting-edge solutions and technologies for professionals in manufacturing and packaging industries.

Alexander Angus, Managing Director of Montgomery Group, emphasized Propak Ghana 2024’s focus on fostering the exchange of innovative solutions to elevate the industry.

Propak aims to establish Ghana as a premier provider of consumer packaging in West Africa by championing quality and sustainable packaging solutions, thereby positioning the country as a leader in packaging services for regional manufacturers.

This strategic initiative not only aligns with Propak’s vision, but also underscores Ghana’s potential to enhance its status as a key player in the packaging industry within West Africa.

“Our objective is clear: to establish Propak as a key support platform for Ghana’s efforts to enhance the output of the ‘Made in Ghana’ brand and expand its exports within the region and beyond. There’s no doubt about the opportunity for Ghana to become the primary supplier of consumer packaging to West Africa, leading the provision of quality, sustainable packaging solutions to manufacturers in the region,” he stated.

Mr. Angus highlighted how his organization’s approach can bolster Ghana’s ambition to shift from a reliance on natural resources to an economy propelled by value-added exports.

He elaborated that this transition necessitates investments in manufacturing, state-of-the-art equipment, and skilled personnel to optimize production efficiency and efficacy.

Dr. Afua Asabea Asare, CEO of the Ghana Export Promotion Authority (GEPA), emphasised that Propak 2024 offers more than just an exhibition; it addresses a significant knowledge gap. She underscored the importance of collaborative efforts, meaningful dialogues and mutual capacity-building to benefit the manufacturing sector.

Propak Ghana provides a crucial platform for Ghanaian entrepreneurs to showcase the quality of their goods and services. It is an international exhibition dedicated to the country’s manufacturing industries, offering suppliers and service providers the opportunity to showcase cutting-edge products, technology and services. The event also facilitates networking and collaboration among industry players.

During the three-day event, visitors can explore the latest innovations from regional and international suppliers, engage with technical experts and witness live demonstrations of machinery and solutions.

Seth Twum-Akwaboah, CEO of the Association of Ghana Industries (AGI), commended the organizers of Propak Ghana 2024 for their significant contributions to the manufacturing and packaging industry. He highlighted the positive outcomes experienced by participants in previous events and expressed confidence in the success of this year’s edition.

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