Joyce Bawa Mogtari urged investors to complement Government efforts by providing opportunities to the Ghanaian youth to reduce unemployment in the country.
Deputy Minister of Transport, Joyce Bawa Mogtari, has expressed gratitude to CFAO-Ghana for its efforts at introducing essential equipment meant to create jobs for the Ghanaian youth.
She urged investors to complement Government efforts by providing opportunities to the Ghanaian youth to reduce unemployment in the country.
Mrs Mugtari was speaking at the launch of a Toyota Forklift introduced by CFAO-Ghana in Accra.
She said Government was committed to continue creating an enabling environment for investment and for businesses to thrive in the country.
Mr Michel Olivier Louis, the Managing Director of CFAO-Ghana, said the equipment is being introduced in collaboration of Toyota Ghana- acknowledged for providing quality equipments.
He said Toyota is deeply committed to high quality products and services, adding that, “these are the forces that drive all of CFAO's products, including their handling equipment.”
Mr Louis said the forklift is designed for optimum performance and efficiency.
He also outlined the vision of CFAO as one of which was geared towards improving the quality of life in the communities in which they operate.
CFAO-Ghana is subsidiary of the CFAO Group which specializes in the distribution of high performance equipment. The CFAO Group was established over 150 year ago and has been operating in Ghana since 1909.
In 1913, the CFAO Group launched its automobile distribution business in Africa and over the subsequent three decades, expanded into industrial production, spreading into several French and English speaking countries in the world.
Credit : GNA