Ganiva Battery Centre Launches New Batteries

SONY DSCThe Managing Director of Ghana Oil (GOIL), Mr. Patrick Akorli has urged Ghanaians to support Ghanaian enterprises by patronising their goods.

“As Ghanaians we should support each other by buying our own goods,” he said. He said this at the launch of new automotive batteries (Ganiva, Daewoo and Exide) by Ganiva Battery Centre last Tuesday in Accra.

Ganiva Battery Centre is a dealer in automotive batteries like Ganiva, Exide, Daewoo and Crepower with branches in Accra, Hohoe, Cape Coast amongst others.

They are partnered by GOIL in the sales of automobile batteries across the country. Mr. Akorli said when Ghanaian enterprises were supported to grow, the money made by the enterprises would remain in the country which would in turn boost the economy.

Dr. Nana Gabby Nsiah Nketiah, a former Ambassador to Korea and Managing Director of Ganiva Battery Centre, said the new batteries were specially made and suitable for cars and trucks fitted with the latest automotive technology for tropical countries.

He said the batteries which could fit into almost every car in the country were smaller, safer to use and compatible with a lifespan of two years. He hinted that his outfit was looking forward to recycling unserviceable batteries soon.

Mr. Alex Adzew, Fuels Marketing Manager of GOIL said his outfit aimed at supporting any service that would enhance and make the automobile industry safer hence the partnership.

He called on other corporate entities that have the ability to provide services that can enhance the automobile industry to come on board and partner GOIL.

Launching the product, Nii Kpobi Tettey Tsuru, said the introduction of the product would mark a milestone in the automobile industry. – Paul Adjei

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