The Chief Executive Officer of B5 Plus Limited, Mukesh Thakwani has lamented on challenges facing companies as far as movement of goods to other neighboring countries is concerned.
According to Mr. Thakwani, some of the neighboring Ecowas countries no longer accept the Ecowas cards making exportation of goods to these countries a strenuous task.
Speaking in an interview, the multiple award-winning CEO, stated that talks are ongoing with the Trade Ministry and other bodies to enable smooth movement of goods to the neighboring countries.
“Exportation of goods to West African countries is very difficult because most do not accept the Ecowas cards… Currently, we are in talks with the Trade Ministry to look into it for us to enable smooth transportation of goods to these countries including Ivory Coast… It’s very challenging..”, he said…
B5 Plus Limited, a steel manufacturing company were donating oxygen to hospitals nationwide as part of support towards the fight against the devastating disease.
The Tema-based company, aside providing free oxygen to hospitals nationwide, were also providing nose/face masks, sanitizers, Veronica buckets and other coronavirus safety equipments to Ghanaians as part of supports in the fight against the disease.
In the interview, Mr. Mukesh Thakwani stated that his outfit will keep donating free oxygen and Coronavirus equipments to citizens nationwide until coronavirus becomes a thing of the past..
“We will keep donating oxygen to both private and government hospitals.. We hope to put Covid-19 behind us in 202. Infact the government of Ghana has done well in the fight against the disease..”
“In fact 2020 was a very challenging year for all of us due to the disease, but we hope put the disease behind us in 2021..”
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