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11-Sep2017

Manaksia Industries to set-up subsidiary company at Ghana

Manaksia Industries has received an approval for setting up of step down subsidiary company at Ghana, Africa through its wholly owned subsidiary company - Euroasian Ventures FZE, for carrying out business activities for export of Raw Cashew Nuts, Timber, Gum Arabica and other related agri-businesses. The proposed company will also be involved in business of Roofing Sheets, TMT rods etc. The board of directors at its meeting held on September 9, 2017 has approved for the same.

Manaksia Industries is a multi-division and multi-location conglomerate. The group specializes in the manufacture of packaging products (crowns, closures and metal containers), metal products and fast moving consumer goods, among others.



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