Mantrac Ghana to make $40 million investment

 Mr. Adeeb (in suit) flanked by other dignitaries to cut the tape to officially open the exhibition

Mr. Adeeb (in suit) flanked by other dignitaries to cut the tape to officially open the exhibition

Mantrac Ghana is set to make a $40 million investment to improve its capacity facilities in Takoradi, Mr. Emad Adeeb, the Managing Director has disclosed.

He said the investment indicated the company’s commitment to the Ghanaian market and give customers value for money.

Speaking at Mantrac’s third Cat Certified Used Equipment Exhibition in Accra, he said the company would continue to make additional investments when the need arise.

Mactrac Mr. Adeeb said worked through a network of four branches, located in Accra, Kumasi, Takoradi and Tarkwa with carefully selected and well-trained multicultural team of over 800 professionals.

“In today’s competitive world of construction, contractors are facing a lot challenges to maximise their productivity and lower their operation cost. And Mantrac Ghana Used Equipment exhibition is given customers the opportunity to buy with confidence any used machines without looking back,” he said

He said Mantrac’s core priority was putting customers first, adding that his outfit had been working hard to ensure clients were offered unmatched customer service.

Mr. Emad said even though infrastructure contributes significantly to a country’s social development strategies, Ghana needed to spend at least $1.5 million annually to improve infrastructure.

“And this is where the Caterpillar machines comes in to support national development and give contractors a one stop hub to undertake projects without stress,” he added.

Mr. Edem Eworyi, Machines Sales Manager, promised customers that the used machines were well inspected and guaranteed their efficiency.

He said the machines were also refurbished with Cat genuine parts to make them very durable.

By Dennis Amegede

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