Ghana-based manufacturer of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages Kasapreko Company (KCL) plans to invest about $30m in a project, to address the growing demand of its consumers in Ghana and across the West African Sub-Region.
The company is installing equipment on a 7,500m² land in this regard. The plant has two bottling lines, with one producing 30,000 bottles an hour, while the other producing 40,000 for the same time, reports ghanaweb.com.
KCL managing director Martyn Mensah said the expansion is expected to be complete in six months time and the move aims to meet the growing market demand of consumers.
KCL marketing and public relations manager Andrews Akolaa said the investment will enable the company to expand its market base.