Dawa Industrial Park to House 300 Companies
The Industrial Park at Dawa is estimated to house 300 companies when completed.
It is expected to assist factories with the provision of reliable power and access to warehousing facilities.
The Minister for Trade and Industry, Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen, on Monday paid a working visit to the park, to look at some benefits the country would derive from the project when completed.
Addressing the media, he commended LMI Holdings for the initiative adding that the project is a typical example of the Ghana Beyond Aid agenda.
“When the President talks about a new Ghana beyond aid, this is a practical demonstration of what he is looking at for Ghana,” he assured.
The 80 million dollar project when completed would house various industries including warehouses.
Out of the 2,000 acre land, 300 acres is been set up as its Energy Park, designed to host power plants and petroleum tank farms.
The Energy Park would have a purpose built Single Point Mooring (SPM) system for offloading light crude oil, finished petroleum products and natural gas.
It is also expected to tie into the BOST Gas transmission infrastructure once available.
The Dawa Industrial Project is being fully funded by private company LMI Holdings forms part of Governments industrial transformational agenda.
By: Emmanuel Yeboah Britwum/ thePublisher