Government has granted Kantanka Automobile Group license to continue their assembly operations in Ghana and to benefit from incentives under the Ghana Automotive Manufacturing Development policy.
This was announced by Finance Minister Ken Ofori Atta during the presentation of the mid-year budget review on the floor of parliament Thursday July 23.
“In March 2020, the Volkswagen Group rolled out the first VW locally assembled vehicle. VW Ghana is currently producing six different brands of vehicles, namely Tiguan, Teramont, Amarok, Passat, Polo and Caddy. Both the Toyota and Nissan Groups are also positioned to establish assemble operations before the end of the year.
Adding that “Sinotruk, a leading global manufacturer of Heavy Duty Trucks is also assembling a variety of trucks in Ghana through Zonda Tec Ghana Limited. An indigenous Ghanaian company, the Kantanka Group has also been formally granted a license to continue their auto assembly operations in Ghana and to benefit from incentives under the Ghana Automotive Manufacturing Development Policy”.