Ghana as part of its effort to add value to its resources will soon be moving from importing car parts to manufacturing them.
Speaking on the issue, Dr Yaw Adu Gyamfi, the President of AGI said, realizing that value addition will make a difference, his outfit has decided to embark on this project.
They have therefore partnered with India’s Chamber of Marathwada Industries and Agriculture (CMIA), to build a Skill Development School in the country.
The school will provide on the job technological skills to equip trainees adequately in the manufacturing of the local car parts.
According to him, technology transfer is a tool for economic growth and business promotion and as such cannot be under estimated.
As a result, his outfit believes that the partnership with India will help push Ghana to the next level.
He indicated that it would also help push the Ghana Beyond Aid agenda.
Director of Business Development at AGI, Mr. Johnson Opoku-Boateng, also revealed that, the AGI’s annual Ghana Industrial Summit and Exhibition will take off from 18 to 20 SEPTEMBER this year.
The summit serves as a global platform for individuals to interact and share ideas on innovation and technology to promote private industries.
It also helps in the promotion of Made-in-Ghana goods produced across the country.