The General Manager of Crown Sea Salt Ltd, Osei Boampong and the Project Manager, John Tieku, presenting some sacks of iodated natural sea salt to the staff and students of Apam Senior High School as part of our Community Social Responsibility activities.
The presentation was received on behalf of the school, by Rev. Twumasi (the Assistant Headmaster), the matron, assistant matron, a representative of the teaching staff and representatives of the student body.
Mr Boampong indicated the commitment of the company to supporting the school and the general Apam community.
This is the second of three initiatives currently being undertaken by the company, with the donation of a 52-inch flat screen television to the Town Council for the new Town Hall, being the first and a contribution to the Apam Youth Association’s construction project, currently being finalised.
“We are committed to being an integral and valued part of the town of Apam and seek to improve the lifestyles of the residents as much as it is within our power to do so.” , said Mr Osei Boampong.
Crown Sea Salt Ltd, a wholly-Ghanaian owned company was established in 2003. It took over and started developing the Number 1 Salt Works of the Apam town in February of 2013 and started commercial production of salt in December of 2015. This is by means of an innovative business arrangement with the Apam township, which would see the revival and modernisation of a number of salt industries in the town and also ensure the town adequately and equitably reaps the economic and social benefits of the natural resources in it’s midst.
A company committed to excellence, Crown Sea Salt Ltd is determined to provide a paradigm shift in how small and medium scale salt works are developed and managed in Ghana.
“Efficiency, trustworthiness and transparency are our keywords. And we want to prove the words of Ghana’s first president true. That the (new) African is capable of managing his own affairs, with excellence, efficiency and integrity”, said the company’s Chief Executive Officer, John Abaka Amuah, later on.