Govt urged to reduce taxes on materials for cable production

The President for the Ghana Electrical Contractors Association, Nana Addo Tetebo has appealed to the government to reduce taxes on materials used in cables production to enable Ghanaians patronise cables made in Ghana. He noted that most made in Ghana products were of good quality but very costly, adding that most of the raw materials …

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Support Industrialization To Grow Middle Class

Tony Oteng Gyasi, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Tropical Cables and Conductors, has stated that industrialization is a major strategy the government can incorporate to provide middle class jobs for Ghanaians. “I believe it’s only industrialization that can provide us with the kind of long-term, sustainable middle class growing jobs that any nation needs,” he …

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Factory Acceptance Tests (FAT) – ACSR TERN

TCCL conducted Factory Acceptance Tests witnessed by GRIDCO and AMANDI on 29th November and 20th December 2018. The tests were performed on ACSR TERN overhead line conductor manufactured by TCCL.

Trade ministry commends Tropical Cables

A Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, Mr Carlos Kingsley Ahenkorah, has lauded the private sector of the country for playing a major role in industrial growth by not only contributing to national development but also by creating new job opportunities for the youth. At an awards ceremony organised by Tropical Cable and Conductor Ltd …

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Politicians key to Africa’s transformation — Oteng-Gyasi

Africa’s quest to transform its economy will yield fewer results if politicians in the continent do not commit to a deliberate agenda that aims to diversify their economies, enhance competitiveness and increase exports for the well-being of the people, an industrialist and ManagingDirector of Tropical Cable and Conductor Limited (TCCL), Mr Tony Oteng-Gyasi, has observed. …

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AGI supports cargo tracking note, Asks govt not to kowtow to agitations

The Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) has thrown its weight behind the cargo tracking note (CTN) policy, describing it as a possible solution to the various trade malpractices facing the country. It said the association was convinced that a proper implementation of the system would help reduce the menace of under-invoicing and valuation, misdescription and the …

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Corruption, indiscipline killing industrialisation — Oteng-Gyasi

A former President of the Association of Ghana Industries (AGI), Dr Tony Oteng-Gyasi, has observed that the lack of discipline and incessant corruption has made it impossible for the country to use import duties and tariffs as economic tools to curtail cheap imports and stimulate growth in the local industries. This is in spite of the …

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Quality will always be our hallmark

Quality will always be our hallmark

Mrs Irina Odame, has assured customers and stakeholders of the company that it will continue to prioritise quality and standards in its operations.

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