Published Jan. 18, 2022, 9:56 a.m. by Prince Opoku Dogbey
TIAST Group, an agro-processing company in Ghana has officially named Mr Freca Xiao as the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the company on January 17, 2021.
The event which took place at TIAST Group’s office in Accra witnessed the presence of the management and staff of TIAST Group.
According to Mr. Xiao, he is optimistic that agriculture will help spur growth in the country, but it can be realized when the company works in unity to promote the good offer it has in stock for Ghanaians and the West African continent at large.
Speaking extensively on agricultural industrialization, he revealed that TIAST Group is extending its services to other countries in West Africa and that this initiative will require a committed and diligent staff to help achieve this agenda.
He, however, gave an assurance that TIAST West Africa Limited will have its headquarters based in Ghana where every operation in other West African countries will be monitored by the headquarters in Ghana. “We will support any transactions in every other country here in Ghana,” he said.
He added that the African Continental Free Trade Area (AFCFTA) will be leveraged to transform the agricultural sector in West Africa. He urged Ghanaians to take advantage of the offer TIAST is offering to build 1,000 factories across West Africa in the next ten years.
Some staff were also promoted to occupy top positions to improve on the operations of the company as it plans of extending its services to other parts of West Africa.
TIAST Group is a company that partners with farmers, investors, individuals, corporate organizations and interested parties to establish cassava processing factories. TIAST Group has also partnered with Stanbic Bank to provide a financial leasing of 70-80 per cent of the total cost of the factory.
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