Alusynco to manufacture home finishing products at Appolonia Business Park
Manufacturing firm Alusynco Hellas Services Ltd will join Appolonia Business Park with the construction of a new manufacturing facility.
Alusynco plans to produce aluminum and PVC home finishing products such as doors, windows, curtain walls, balustrades and security doors on one acre of land at the site.
“Appolonia City’s impressive growth over the last few years made it an obvious choice for our new manufacturing facility,” said Gregory Savvidis, Technical Manager of Alusynco. “We are excited about the opportunities to expand our reach to the new residents of Appolonia City, and to join the growing community of businesses at the business park.”
Appolonia City, located in the Kpone-Katamanso district of Greater Accra, recently announced additional investment into its residential turnkey development, The Oxford. In addition, Appolonia City recently began the construction of 100 affordable homes together with Ghana Home Loans, which are due to be completed in the spring of 2019. The area has seen a dramatic rise in both residential and commercial construction projects over the last decade.
“We are delighted to welcome Alusynco to Appolonia City,” said Bright Owusu-Amofah, CEO of Appolonia City.
“With its reputation for quality and the ability to supply homes with a range of aluminium fittings, we are certain that Alusynco will thrive in the Appolonia Business Park. Our residents are lucky to have a quality manufacturer like Alusynco on their doorstep.”
The 70-acre business park offers modern commercial space designed to accommodate a range of businesses, including manufacturing, processing, storage, logistics and service companies.
A number of local and international companies have already purchased land at the park, including Crownhouse Construction & Logistics Ltd, PUMA Energy Ltd and Total Ghana Ltd.
Appolonia City is a unique partnership between Africa’s largest urban land developer, Rendeavour, and the chiefs, elders and community of the Appolonia stool in Ghana.
About Alusynco Hellas Services GH Ltd (www.alusynco.com)
Alusynco, a subsidiary company of Hellas Construction group, has operated in Greece since 1994, and has been involved with a range of aluminium fabrication and installation projects, including Olympic facilities, residential complexes and hotels. The company recently expanded to Ghana where it has been involved in projects such as the New French Embassy, Hitachi’s New Building in Accra and Freegate in Takoradi.
Alusynco’s products are certified by renowned laboratories across Europe. Its main suppliers are among the largest firms in Europe, including ETEM, SCHUCO, SKYFRAME, SAINT-GOBAN, SALZER, and others.