Joy Industries Limited, one of Ghana’s finest herbal alcoholic production companies has yet again received an award for their outstanding work.
The Koforidua-based company emerged as the Pan Africa Top Brands Eminence Award winners with their CEO, Dr. Manfred Takyi winning the Pan African Executive Summit 2018, Best CEO in herbal preparations.
Reacting to the award, he gave credit to the workers and the company’s quest to ensure that its products maintain the natural properties it is noted for.
“We deserve this award due to our track record, we are the only herbal alcoholic production company in Ghana which uses pure herbs.
“Our trade name is Joy, and so we ensure that our customers experience it when they use our products. As our states-Good health brings joy.”
The elated CEO added that the company will always strive for excellence to be among the top multinational companies in the world.
The Awards Gala event (Pan-African Executives Summit & Awards, 2018) was put together by Confederation of Governance Assessment Institute (COGAI) in partnership with the Bureau of Research on Governance, Commerce, and Administration (BORGCA)
It is a Pan African Republic Honorary Awards which has been in existence from 1992-2018.
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