Client Relations

Prefos Limited enjoys valuable relationship with all its clients, past and present.

Prefos Limited enjoys valuable relationship with all its clients, past and present. Our aim is to exceed the expectations of our clients on every occasion by ensuring efficient management and execution of projects. We have developed a large clientele base in the public and private sectors, locally, nationally and internationally over the 27 years of our history. They include:

  • Ghana Highway Authority
  • Ghana Airports Company Limited (GACL)
  • The Ministry of Petroleum
  • The Ministry of Power
  • Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development
  • Volta River Authority (VRA)
  • Electricity Company of Ghana
  • Environmental Protection Agency
  • Various Governments in the sub-region

A cross- section of our partners and clients at the inauguration of the factory at Adako-Jachie

Collaborations and Partnerships

Developing viable, mutually beneficial collaborations and partnerships is cardinal to our philosophy. Our partners include leading national and international agencies, manufacturers, suppliers, trade associations, regulatory bodies, government agencies, public institutions and influential names in the industry such as:

  • The Ghana National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GNCCI)
  • Association of Ghana Industries (AGI)
  • The National Youth Authority (NYA)
  • The Ghana Police Service
  • Environmental Protection Agency
  • Local and International Media
  • Metropolitan, Municipal, District Assemblies (MMDAs)
  • The Ghana Investment Promotion Council (GIPC)
  • Electrical Contractors Association
  • Le tehnika d.o.o of Slovenia
  • Efficient Lighting Technology(ELT) Spain
  • Phillips, Holland
  • Lucy Zodion Limited (UK)
  • Zhejiang Hongyuang Lamps Company Limited (China)
  • General Electric (GE), Hungary
  • Jeddah Cables, Saudi Arabia
  • Policabos, Portugal
  • Optimus Doruk (Turkey)
  • Okomfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, Kumasi

Support to Government Agencies

Prefos has collaborated with the Ministry of Petroleum, the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development (MLGRD) and other public agencies to implement government’s policy on Public Private Partnership. The Policy is aimed at youth empowerment, job creation and poverty reduction among others. As part of this partnership, Prefos trained the youths of the various Metropolitan, Municipal, and District Assemblies (MMDAs)to operate and maintain government initiated street lights in their districts. 

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