Swedish entrepreneur signs forest agreement for industrial project in Ghana
After seven years of toil, the small Swedish company Greenland Resources has come one step closer to building Africa’s largest and most modern paper mill. Pulp will be produced there for SEK 12 billion per year.
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Accra, Dec. 3, GNA – The Forestry Commission and Greenland Resources AB of Sweden have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to establish large scale forest plantations under a Public-Private Partnership (PPP).
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Swedish investor and President, Greenland Resources, Mr. TorbJorn Johansson (standing) giving insights into the proposed 1.5m tones pulp mill to be sited in Calabar while the Cross River State governor, Professor Ben Ayade (r) and Managing Director of the company, Mr. Mikael Kroon, keenly listen during their visit to Government House, Calabar.
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Swedish firm, Greenland Resources is seeking degraded land in Cross Rivers for a pulp mill to produce 1.5million tones annually.
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According to a report this past week by The Tide (Port Harcourt, Nigeria), a Swedish firm, Greenland Resources, says it will establish a pulp mill that would generate employment for more than 14,000 Nigerians in Cross River.
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