KRIF Ghana Limited, a leading distributor of money handling equipment, office and school stationery and equipment last Saturday rewarded its valued clients for staying in business with the company.
The awards were to acknowledge the support and enormous contribution of its numerous clients who have contributed to the total performance of the company.
The event, which took place in Accra was the first of its kind in the history of the company for the past three decades of its operations in the country.
Twenty one distinguished customers who had excelled in four major categories received major awards, with over one hundred customers receiving Certificates of Appreciation.
In a welcome address, the Chairman of KRIF Ghana Limited, Mr. Kennedy Okosun reiterated the company's determination to be the most sought after company, where customer service comes first, and product quality and delivery is paramount.
He also indicated the company's plans to introduce new brands onto the market this year.
He was, however, thankful to the numerous customers who had supported the business in the past year, and pledged the company's resolve to further strengthen the already existing relationship.
The occasion was chaired by Mr. Adams Sully, Head of Marketing and Client Service, Agricultural Development Bank, with Bishop James Saah, Resident Bishop of the Christian Action Faith Ministries delivering the key note address.
Below are the various categories of awardees: BEST CUSTOMER 2008 CATEGORY- Agriculture Development Bank, United Bank for Africa, Guaranty Trust Bank and Prudential Bank.
MOST RELIABLE CUSTOMER, 2008 CATEGORY -UNICEF, Nestle, Zain, Coca-Cola Bottling Company Limited.
MOST LOYAL CUSTOMER, 2008 CATEGORY- West African Gas Pipeline, Enterprise Insurance, Zakhem Construction, Nestle Central & West Africa, Ghana Export Promotion Council and Micheletti Company Limited.
MOST DELIGHTFUL CUSTOMER, 2008 CATEGORY- Nestle Head Office, Public Procurement Authority, Olam Ghana Limited, Strengthening HIV/AIDS Response Partner, Nsawam Government Hospital and National Insurance Commission.