Togo gets ready to set up packaging production and sales plant

Economic governance
Tuesday, 12 October 2021 17:57
Togo gets ready to set up packaging production and sales plant

(Togo First) - As part of its Reinforced Integrated Program, Togo plans to set up a package production and sales unit. In this framework, the ministry of trade launched a preliminary feasibility study for the project. 

Ending on October 15, the study aims to collect data of packaging manufacturers and users that operate across the country. Information gathered will serve “to quantify, for the sub-sector of packaging, data on companies manufacturing and using the various ranges of packaging in Togo as well as those of sellers.”

The State project comes after local producers, processors and sellers made a recommendation in this regard during the “mois du consommer local” (consuming local products month) held in October 2020.

Last April, the minister of trade, Kodjo Adédzé, met with a delegation from Novus Print, a South African packaging, and labeling firm. “A packaging industry in the country is welcome, because the development of producers, promoters, and the population in general, is a major concern for the government,” the official had said at the time.

Novus Print is already set to settle in Togo and meet the country’s needs relative to packaging.

Esaïe Edoh

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