• INDUSTRIALIZATION

    The level of industrialization in any country is the most important indicator of economic development and Ghana must pursue industrial development as the solution to breaking the problem of unemployment. Industrialization guarantees quality employment

  • STEEL

    The intensity of steel consumption is commonly used as an indicator of industrial development in any country. Considering a steel consumption of 300 kg per person per year as a fair level of development, Ghana will need about 7 million tonnes as initial step towards becoming an industrializing economy

  • ALUMINIUM

    Aluminum remains an important metal in industry, second only to steel. More aluminum is consumed than all other non-ferrous metals combined including copper and its alloys as well as lead, tin and zinc. Due to its low specific weight, resistance to corrosion and decorative properties.

  • INDUSTRIAL MINERAL

    Ghana has abundant deposits of industrial minerals vital for economic development. Limestone, silica sand, salt clay, kaolin, chalk/lime, granite, dolomite etc. provide essential raw materials and chemical feedstock for manufacturing, construction and agriculture. These minerals are available in commercial quantities that should be processed to feed into the industrialization process

  • CEMENT INDUSTRY

    Ghana has abundant deposits of industrial minerals vital for economic development. Limestone, silica sand, salt clay, kaolin, chalk/lime, granite, dolomite etc. provide essential raw materials and chemical feedstock for manufacturing, construction and agriculture.

  • DECORATIVE STONE

    Throughout the ages, the world’s eminent civilizations have used tiles and natural stone architecture to build their cities. Natural stone offers many attractive and environmentally friendly attributes, including an enduring life-span, durability, ease of care, maintenance and recyclability.