KRIF Strengthens Bond With German Counterparts
In order to strengthen bilateral trades between Ghana and Germany, KRIF Ghana Limited has joined its German counterparts in celebrating the Unification of the German State.
According to the Executive Chairman for KRIF, Rev. Kennedy Okosun, KRIF’s success over the years can be attributed to a binding relationship with their German collaborators and thus the reason to celebrate.
“We are marking decades of representing German companies that are into the manufacturing of quality products.
“It’s a period to highlight that, what is possible in Germany is available in Ghana,” he said.
In celebrating 27 years of the unification, KRIF is giving out 27 percent on all products that would be sold during the one-week celebration.
This was made known during the Media Launch of the KRIF Ghana Ltd. German Week Celebrations in Accra last Monday.
The Executive Director of the company, Mrs Awura Adjoa Okoson in her remarks called on Ghanaians to embrace quality.
According to her, all over the diaspora, Ghana has been hallmarked for quality and so the perception must not change.
She therefore urged Ghanaian manufactures, importer and distributors to supply into the markets quality products and service.
“When you introduce people to quality, they begin to build that idea that they don’t always have to buy something that even before they start using it, they are unusable.
“We deserve quality and if you need quality, the place to come to is KRIF Ghana Ltd,” Mrs. Okosun said.
At the launch, the KRIF team took time to unveil their broad range of products to the media via an audio-visual presentation.
The products displayed extend from key boxes to name badges and desk cabinets.
Other products include shredders, money counting machines, laminators and alarm systems just to mention a few.
Most of these products are manufactured by top-notch German companies like Helix, Pelikan, Durable and BSC.
Olympia, Geha, Tesa, Sharp and Magner are also KRIF’S business affiliates.
According to the Executive Chairman, these products come at very affordable prices—much cheaper than the cost on the German markets.
Support for the Local Market
Also discovered at the launch was KRIF’s great esteem for locally made products.
Rev. Okosun revealed that though the company was dedicated to the German market, it believed in the propagation and patronisation of Ghanaian products.
“We buy chalks from the physically challenged and supply to others at a time when nobody was buying their chalk and others were importing from outside; we supported them,”
“We even engage the visually impaired to make quality mats which are used in all our offices across the country.”
“That’s one of the ways we have given back to society,” Rev Okosun revealed.
Source: Grace Ablewor Sogbey/ firstname.lastname@example.org