Interplast supports COVID-19 fight with GH¢1.2m

Interplast Ghana has presented government a cheque for GH¢1.2million to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mr. Hayssam Fakhry, Managing Director of Interplast Limited – the biggest pipe manufacturing company in Ghana and West Africa, supported by the company’s public relations officer, presented the cheque to the Chief of Staff’s representative, Madam Akosua Opare Frema, for the Trust Fund at Jubilee House.

She received the cheque on behalf of the Fund and called on other organisations and the private sector to support the cause. She also used the opportunity to encourage industries to educate their workers on best practices at this critical time, and encouraged all to go by the social distancing and hygiene protocols.

On behalf of the president, Madam Opare thanked Interplast for its continuous support to the country, and expressed hope that others will follow suit. 

Interplast is the biggest pipe-manufacturing company in Ghana and West Africa.

Interplast’s knowledge, products and solutions grow farmers’, distributors’ and customers’ businesses profitably and responsibly, while protecting the earth’s resources, food and environment. Our Irrigation material and technologies increase yields, improve product quality and reduce the environmental impact of agricultural practices.  We foster a culture that promotes and supports projects and initiatives which contribute in making a national or global impact.

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Founded in 1970 to solve water distribution issues in Ghana, today Interplast has a West African presence with more than 700 employees and exports to more than 22 other African countries from Ghana.

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