Ghana-German Association gets operational support from Silver Star Auto

May 18, 2017
Source: l Ghana
Ghana-German Association gets operational support from Silver Star Auto

The Ghanaian-German Economic Association (GGEA) has taken delivery of a brand new Suzuki Ciaz from Silver Star Auto Limited (SSAL) to support its operation.

Silver Star Auto is a member of the GGEA and according to Mr. Nouhad Kalmoni, Chief Executive Officer of the company, the presentation is aimed at enhancing its relationship with the Association and to strengthen the already existing bond between the two bodies.

He also indicated that as a member of the GGEA it deemed it necessary to avail its products and services to the Association and support its activities with the needed resources. Silver Star Auto he also assured will continue to partner the GGEA in its effort to see the country move forward as far as Industrialization is concerned.

Mr. Kalmoni  urged vehicle lovers to target the Suzuki Ciaz touting it as a vehicle with dynamic styling, best in class comfort, superior safety and an interior cabin that is loaded with comfort and convenience features.

The Executives of the GGEA led by the President, Mr. Stephen Antwi were at the premises of SSAL’s new sales and after sales facility on the Graphic Road to receive the vehicle.

In his acceptance remark, Mr.  Antwi admitted the donation will assist the GGEA in a bid to execute its mandate as an association and offer specialized and customized services to members to promote their brands.

“We value the membership of SSAL and believe receiving this donation will not only enhance our operations but also enable us to attest to the durability and quality of SSAL’s products and services. Suzuki today is a vehicle of choice so we are proud to own one “

Mr. Antwi also expressed optimism that the donation will go a long way to assist the Association as it brings in more investors from Germany to partner with Ghanaian businesses citing the “One District - One factory” initiative by the Government which he observed that German investors are needed at the local level for Industrialization.