More pictures from yesterday’s commissioning of Nissan Assembly Plant in Ghana surfaces.
His excellency the President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Akufo - Addo has officially launched the brand new state-of-the-art Nissan Assembly Plant in Tema. This marks another important milestone in the quest to make Ghana a new manufacturing hub of Africa. Similar assembly plants have been set up by a number of global iconic brands, including Volkswagen and Toyota.
According to Nissan, the Automobile giant, the plant has the capacity to produce a total of 11, 593 vehicles per annum comprising 6,625 units pick-up and 4,968 units of saloon cars per shift. This is to meet the increasing production demands and targets in Ghana.
Below are some of the pictures yesterday’s commissioning of Nissan Assembly Plant in Ghana;
With the commissioning of the assembly plant, there will be sound transportation system, to which the automobile industry is linked and also while playing a pivotal role in the country's rapid economic and industrial development.
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