Accra, Inesfly Africa Limited and Sahara Commodities have signed a distribution agreement for the latter to begin commercial distribution of the Inesfly range of products in the southwestern African nation, Namibia.
This was announced in a joint communique issued by both parties�Inesfly Africa and Sahara Commodities.
Sahara Commodities visited Inesfly Africa headquartered in Ghana, for a training session relating to technical and product knowledge and route-to-market strategies.
Expressing his excitement about the trade deal, CEO of Sahara Commodities, Mr. Shahil Morar, said they were glad to be part of the Inesfly family, noting that the license to distribute Inesfly’s range of insecticide products would not only empower the Namibian economy through job creation, but would address significantly the negative impact of insect-pest infestation in the country.
Namibia, like any other country, is not free from insect-pest infestation, and we’re very optimistic that Inesfly’s range of insecticide products will help address the nation’s quest in curbing vector-borne diseases, he added.
In March 2017, the Namibian High Commissioner to Ghana, Charles B. Josob, on the occasion of Ghana’s 60th Independence Anniversary celebration, made a clarion call on Ghana and Namibia to strengthen bilateral trade ties for the economic and sustainable development of the two nations.
Barely two months following this call, Inesfly Africa and Sahara Commodities have taken first steps in that direction and are poised to partner for mutual gains.
CEO at Inesfly Africa, Michael Sjodin, noted that the trade agreement with Sahara Commodities in Namibia is an important step towards enhancing business ties between the two nations, and, importantly, delivering on its commitment to fighting vector infestations in all of Africa.
Inesfly Africa as a total insecticide solutions company has a vision of reducing and ultimately eradicating vector infestations in multi-sectors including Public Health, Agriculture, Hospitality and Veterinary Health across Africa. Already, we are actively present in Ghana, Nigeria, Cameroon, Congo-Brazzaville,
DR Congo and Cote D’Ivoire, just to mention a few, and the goal is to be present in 25 African countries by close of 2017, he added.
Inesfly Africa deals in a range of insecticide products for multi-sectors including public health, veterinary health, hospitality and agriculture.
Some of the products are the Exterior and Interior insecticide Paint, Floor Cleaner, Bed Bug and EM House solution for treatment against all insects especially bed bugs.
Its flagship technology, the microencapsulation technology, traps the insecticides into micro bubbles which are then released slowly over an extended period of time thereby allowing for their long term efficacy while proving safe for humans and pets.
It also uses the Insect Growth Regulator, which allows for the insecticides to deal with the total life cycle of the insect including the egg, the larvae, the pupa and the adult. This prevents re-infestation and leads ultimately to eradication.
Source: Ghana News Agency
Accra, Mr Elorm Baeta, General Manager of Expertravel and Tours Limited, says travel is best appreciated when travellers are deeply involved in the experience and ready to go beyond the basic sightseeing recommendations.
No matter how long the trip is for and whatever the reason for travelling, it must be exciting, or at least interesting, from start to finish. This is one of the reasons we are happy to recommend an airline like British Airways to our customers, Mr. Baeta explained.
He said this in a statement copied to the Ghana News Agency in Accra.
Mr Baeta, along with colleague travel agents from Satguru Travel & Tours, Stellar Travel, Timewise Expo Travel & Tours, Travel Places and Stellar Travel, was hosted by British Airways in New York City for a few days in order to experience one of the airline’s most popular destinations.
With as many as 10 daily flights, including Business-Class-only services to London City airport and Paris Orly airport, New York is one of the airline’s most important routes, the statement said.
According to British Airways’ Ghana office, destinations in the USA were the most frequently visited by Ghanaians after London. With seamless and quick connections by bus and/or train and no need for an airside transit visa, it is easy to move from an arriving flight to the next departure gate in a matter of minutes.
The transatlantic joint business (AJB), which brings together American Airways, British Airways, Iberia, Finnair and US Airways, means customers can travel with ease from anywhere in Europe to anywhere in the US � connecting passengers to more than 211 US destinations.
Mr Kevin Leung, British Airways’ Commercial Manager for Ghana and Kenya, explained that the recent trip was also a way of thanking top Ghanaian travel agents for their support over the years.
This October, we will be celebrating 80 unrivalled years of operating in Ghana, and our partners � the travel agents � are a very important part of this success story. We feel honoured that they continue to recommend us to their customers, and we are delighted to continue fulfilling the customers’ expectations, he noted.
Mr Leung said the operation at Terminal T3 had improved significantly despite initial teething problems. We appreciate the feedback that our customers, including the Ghanaian President Akufo-Addo, have shared with us.
The airline announced that it was going to invest Pound 400 million in Club World, focusing on improved catering and sleep, following last year’s revamping of its lounges in Terminal 3 to give them a refreshed look and feel.
A member of the team of travel agents, Mrs Doris Tetteh, Sales Reservation Supervisor of Travel Places, praised the Terminal 3 (T3) facilities, saying they were beyond expectation, especially the Club World Galleries Lounge.
During the trip, the group toured the One World Observatory, currently the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere, which allows visitors to experience 360-degree views of the city of New York.
While in New York, they also tried out the famous New York City Yellow Cabs and Subway underground railway system, as well as local food favourites including hot dogs, bagels, cheesecake and American-style pancakes.
Source: Ghana News Agency