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The Aluminium Industry in Ghana

Bauxite, the raw material of alumina was first discovered in Ghana in 1914 in the Atewa Range near Kibi in the Eastern Region by Sir Albert Kitson, a renowned Geologist. In 1928, the British Aluminium Company was granted a concession to mine bauxite at Awaso in the Western Region. [ more ]

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OUR MISSION

The Mission of ALUWORKS Limited is to manufacture and sell high quality aluminium and other related products in an efficient and competitive manner in order to obtain the best return on capital employed.

OUR VISION

ALUWORKS expects to continue its growth as the leading supplier of aluminium semis to industry in the West African sub-region, an efficient and competitive source of raw materials for the tertiary aluminium factories, and future leader in the manufacture of colour coated sheet and aluminium foil for West Africa and world markets.

NOTICE OF MEETING

NOTICE is hereby given that the 30th Annual General Meeting of the Shareholders of Aluworks Limited will be held at the Fiesta Royale Hotel, Dzowurlu, Accra (next to the Nestlé Head Office building) on Thursday 14th day of September, 2017 at 10 O’clock in the forenoon to transact the following ordinary business.. [ more ]

The Aluminium Industry in Ghana

a.   History and Background
Bauxite, the raw material of alumina was first discovered in Ghana in 1914 in the Atewa Range near Kibi in the Eastern Region by Sir Albert Kitson, a renowned Geologist. In 1928, the British Aluminium Company was granted a concession to mine bauxite at Awaso in the Western Region. However, it was not until the 1940’s that further exploration and mining really began.

At present, the ore is still being mined only at Awaso even though major bauxite deposits occur at Kibi, Nyinahin and Ejuanema. The Government has also recently signed two Memoranda of Understanding (MOU) with ALCOA of USA and ALCAN of Canada over the Kibi and Nyinahin bauxite deposits. The main objective of the MOU is the development of an integrated aluminium industry in the country. [ more ]

WHY CHOOSE US

Aluworks has as its basic policy the achievement of sustainable profitable growth, through providing its target markets with good quality cold rolled aluminium products underpinned by the installation of systems that ensure direct application and further fabrication requirements of its products.

As a reliable supplier of good quality Aluminium Coils, Discs, Flat Sheets and Sheet-in-Coil as raw materials for many small and medium-scale factories manufacturing aluminium Household Cooking Utensils, Corrugated Roofing Sheets, and general fabrication throughout the West African sub-region. We accept orders and deliver within six to eight weeks, once satisfactory payment arrangements such as letters of credit, deposits, or bank guarantees have been made by the customer. We package well for export to any location, and our products arrive at our customers premises in guaranteed best condition.

Within West Africa, Aluworks can offer some technical advice and support for the establishment of a new factory for Household Utensil Manufacturing, assist during trial runs with sample materials, and then supply raw materials for full production. The basic machinery required can be sourced from Ghana and Ghanaian technicians for initial training of personnel can be arranged.

Throughout Ghana and throughout West Africa, factories producing aluminium colour coated sheets and Corrugated Roofing Sheets source their raw materials in the form of Sheet-in-Coil or Flat Sheets from Aluworks Ltd. Our delivery is prompt and our customers do not need to maintain large costly inventory levels, thanks to our proximity.

 

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