Construction of $11.07-mn garment factory begins in northern Ghana

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MUSOF Enterprise Ghana recently began construction of a $11.07-million garment factory of Northshore Apparel Ghana in the Savelugu municipality in Ghana’s northern part. The factory will produce for both domestic and foreign markets.

Being supported with a grant from the Facility Investing for Employment (IFE), an investment facility created by KfW Development Bank (KfW) on behalf of the German ministry for economic cooperation and development (BMZ), the project is receiving additional financial support from the Agricultural Development Bank.

Construction of a $11.07-million garment factory of Northshore Apparel Ghana began recently in Ghana’s Savelugu municipality with German government cooperation.
The factory will produce for both domestic and foreign markets.
The location is closer to the West African market and the factory will integrate fully into domestic and regional cotton value chains.

The location is closer to the West African market and the project seeks to integrate fully into the cotton value chains within Ghana and the West Africa sub-region.

The facility will have over 5,000 sq m of sewing production area, 4,000 square metres of cutting and design building, and 8,000 square metres covering a raw materials warehouse and an export processing facility, according to a Ghanaian media outlet.

Nurideen Mohammed, chief executive officer of Northshore Apparel Ghana, said the factory will install a 500 kWp solar power plant to reduce its carbon footprint and promote eco-friendly practices.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (DS)




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