Inesfly Africa wins top brand of the year award

inestflyInesfly Africa, the only producer of insecticide paints and solutions, has won the Top Brand Award 2016 for its innovative interventions.

The Ghanaian based company, specialised in the manufacturing of quality insecticide solutions for the agricultural industry, hospitality, health sectors, was also adjudged Ghana’s most innovative brand of the year 2016 at the Brands Leadership Award (BLA) ceremony held in Accra on Thursday night.

A citation accompanying the award said it was in recognition of Inesfly Africa’s immense contribution to the growth of the health, agriculture and hospitality sectors through the provision of innovative products, particularly its insecticide paints and solutions that is significantly fighting insects to prevent vector-borne diseases.

The Premier Brands Award is an awards ceremony won on merit and based on research analysis conducted on companies and brands in the country who have distinguished themselves in their various industries.

Inesfly’s insecticide paint, which is fortified with micro-encapsulated insecticides that kills mosquitoes and other insect and pests, has contributed to the eradication of malaria and other vector-borne diseases that affect Africa as a whole.

The award was thus conferred on the Inesfly paint as a huge appreciation for their presence in Ghana and their commitment to fight malaria and other vector-borne diseases.

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Inesfly Africa, Mr. Michael Sjodin, in his remarks expressed excitement for the prestigious honour saying, ‘’Inesfly Africa is ever committed towards innovation and improving lives of   Ghanaians and the people of Africa as a whole through our range of safe insecticide solutions.’’

He lauded the cooperation and collaboration from stakeholders, and dedicated the award to the nation, adding that the health of the nation remained the prime focus of the company.

He announced that the company was currently on an expansion drive with a target to export to over 25 African countries by the year 2017.

Mr. Sjodin gave the assurance that the company’s products would continue to be manufactured “under the highest international standards and conditions”.


By Edmund Mingle


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