The Continental Blue Financial investment Ghana Limited has donated in excess of 4000 baggage of its Supacem cement to the Ghana Air Drive, the Ghana Police Support and the Awutu Breku Classic Council.
All the three establishments been given in surplus of 800 baggage of cement to extend ongoing infrastructure job initiatives.
Speaking to Pleasure Enterprise, the Board Chairman of the CBI, Paul Albrecht stated that the gesture is portion of the company’s company social obligation earmarked toward the aid of the law enforcement and army in order to create services that will guide to elevated intakes of personnel.
“Our intention and focus on is to help all these developments, and enhance the lodging and training capacities of all these institutions”.
He even further said that items have not been effortless in phrases of creation, but the business is learning a new way of generating cement in an environmentally pleasant way.
The Managing Director, Frederic Albrecht touted the present-day cost of cement in Ghana as the cheapest in the West African sub-location.
He indicated that the cement sector in Ghana has surplus generation in the sector, building it really aggressive.
“We are betting on high quality cement to consider and make a variance. We are striving our finest but it is a very aggressive marketplace in phrases of the number of players in the market place. It’s not an uncomplicated market”.
He even further billed the Ghana Regular Authority to ensure most effective methods prevail in the current market to prevent substandard items.
“The price of cement is a quite vital element and affordable cement will compromise high-quality. We have to have a solid intervention from the GSA to check out and make sure gamers abide by standards”.
Obtaining the cement on behalf of Ghana Law enforcement Assistance Detective Coaching Academy, COP Isaac Ken Yeboah expressed appreciation declaring it will go a lengthy way to aid the CID full its classroom blocks which will minimize the allocated budget for the job.
On his element, the Chief Staff Officer, Air commodore Jacob Anum Ashirifie explained the donation was timely and will go a lengthy way to velocity-up ongoing assignments.
“To quantify this donation, I feel will be to undervalue it. We do have a finances but authorities resources do not cover 100% and this donation will go a long way in assisting us to satisfy the timelines”.