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New Bel-Aqua Sponsors Trade Ministry's Made in Ghana Policy Launch
 12-03-2016 @ 1:36pm

BlowChem Industries Limited, producer of Bel-Aqua Mineral Water, has extended its unflinching support to the Ministry of Trade and Industry in the drive to promote Made In Ghana Goods by making a cash donation of GHC25,000 to the course.
The move falls in line with the company’s strong belief that, given the right encouragement and conditions, Ghanaian companies can, not only, produce world-class products and services but capable of competing with their international counterparts.
In view of this, BlowChem has consistently taken steps to adhere to international standards in its manufacturing processes as manifested in the superior quality of its premium mineral water Bel-Aqua.
With a PH level of 7.5-8.0, Bel-Aqua is accepted in all markets across the world. The hygienic and purification processes employed in the production of Bel-Aqua has largely been described as impeccable.
The company believes that all these go to prove that, with the right investments, local companies can produce goods and services fit for the international market.

In a ceremony organized to launch the Made In Ghana Image, Policy and Inauguration of Ambassadors, Minister of Trade and Industry, Dr. Ekow Spio Garbrah applauded BlowChem Industries Limited for the benevolent gesture and the strong belief in the need to positively boost the image of Ghanaian products on the international market.

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