Tuesday, 11 September 2012

Company Profile

PrimePak Canning Limited 
(Big Mamma brand products)

"TOTAL QUALITY" IT IS OUR PROMISE

Experience The Big Mamma Difference

COMPANY BACKGROUND......

PrimePak Canning Limited was set up in the year 2003as a Ghanaian Manufacturing company to process top quality African Foods For Export.
Over the last 9years,PrimePak has invested into Research and Development activities leading to the development of innovative and unique products.

VISION

The vision of PrimePak Canning Limited (Ghana) is to be ;

'the market leader in the production of the best quality canned African Food Products through the use of research and development techniques,state-of-the-art technology,a highly motivated team and an exemplary partner in the socio-economic
Development of the country'

The companiy's primary objective is customer satisfaction and this is embodied in Primepak's watchword "TOTAL QUALITY".

PRODUCTS

Currently PrimePak Produces the Following Products under it's "BIG MAMMA" brand;

ACKEES in Brine ( a Jamaican delicacy)
PALMNUT CREAM CONCENTRATE
GARDEN EGGS IN BRINE
WILD GARDEN EGGS IN BRINE (kwahu Insusuaa)
BLACK EYE BEANS IN BRINE
PALM OIL
BITTER LEAVES
CASSAVA LEAVES IN BRINE
SNAILS IN BRINE

PACKAGING

PrimePak products (Big Mamma) are packed in cans of various weights and sizes subject to customer requests

The common packaging is the 12 pack 800g can packed in cartons

MANAGEMENT TEAM

PrimePak Canning Limited is currently managed by a highly qualified and professional team led by Mr Cyril Francis.
Cyril brings to the team a wealth of management experience as well as an appreciation of the trend in foreign market demand.

CURRENT CAPACITY

Currently,PrimePak Canning has a capacity of 10,000 cans/day expandable to over 20,000 cans/day

MARKET

Primepak products are currently distributed in the UK,EU,USA, and other AFRICAN countries (Ethiopia,Nigeria,Liberia,Senegal and South Aafrica). These products are used extensively but not restricted to West Africans and Asians.


Culled....African digest

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