Group Promotes Sale Of Chinese Products
CHK Allegiance Consultancy, which is based in Accra, has outlined plans to assist local businesses and individuals to buy products from China through View Honour Company, its Chinese partner.
This was made known by the CEO of CHK Allegiance Consultancy, Michael Debrah at the launch of the company at GS Plaza Hotel, North Dzorwulu, Accra lately.
The CEO explained that their partner in China- View Honour Company, which is in direct contact with manufacturers of various products, is expected to shop for the items on behalf of clients in Ghana.
He mentioned that the company makes purchases based on the specifications and quality of items and terms agreed upon.
Mr. Debrah stated that View Honour Company is also expected to facilitate shipment of the consignment to Ghana, adding that it will however not be responsible for the clearance of the goods at the port.
He stated that this arrangement saves clients or businesses and individuals the hustle of travelling to China which involves payment of hotel bills and other related charges.
Mr. Debrah also used the occasion to exhibit samples of electrical ware specially designed with USB slot to charge phones and other electronic gadgets.
The CEO further explained that its Chinese counterpart has over two decades of experience in such transactions with various clients in Europe, Asia and the USA, adding that the company was happy to extend their activities to Ghana.
Mr. Debrah expressed hope that people engaged in real estate, contractors, businesspeople and individuals would take advantage of the offer.
Explaining further, the CEO of CHK Allegiance Consultancy, mentioned that the local company's clients service staff will be assisted to list out the type of items required and provide their current market prices, among others.
He indicated that when the deal is completed, it would be forwarded to the company in China to shop for the items and ship them to Ghana.
Mr. Debrah assured that adequate risk management strategies had been put in place both in Ghana and China to protect their client's resources.
A director of the company was optimistic Ghanaians would take advantage of the offer to boost their businesses.
By Solomon Ofori