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  1. Engaged Pricewaterhousecooopers and Scaniva BV all of Netherlands towards establishing a rubber recycling plant in Ghana-under our waste management programme in 2008.

  2. First to have introduced Muehlbauer High Tech of Germany onto the Ghanaian market. Currently, Muehlbauer security printing machines are used in printing Ghanaian passports in Ghana and some of Ghana’s diplomatic missions abroad.

  3. Received first samples of the 100+ drinks from F&N Foods Singapore for testing, registration and subsequent marketing in Ghana. Today, 100+ drinks are on the Ghanaian market.

  4. Introduced Chase Petroleum Ghana to Sonabhy Hydrocarbons of Burkina Faso and subsequently facilitated Chase’ winning of a 30,000MT PMS tender in January 2013. This partnership also realised the signing of a Standard throughput agreement with Sonabhy for Chase’s Tema Tank Farm in April the same year.

  5. Provide consultancy services to Deltaic Group Ltd - a rice farming and production firm headquartered in Bangladesh. Deltaic is cultivating about hectares of rice farm in Adidome in the Volta Region of Ghana.

  6. Edlis is the official representative of OVD Kinegram in Ghana. OVD-Kinegram is one of the world’s leading companies in securing Government documents.

  7. Have a working relationship with Oman oil Marketing Company of Muscat; the relationship is geared towards introducing the Omanoil brand into the West African sub-region. Plans to establish a lube blending plant under this arrangement is in the offing.

  8. In August 2008, Edlis International launched a marketing drive to introduce Drent-Goebel printing machines and Presses unto the Ghanaian market. This initiative was dubbed, “Printing Solutions: Get the Masterpiece”. Mr. Oliver Thiele, then Drent-Goebel ‘s Sales Manager for Africa was in attendance at the Coconut Groove Regency Hotel, Accra. The ceremony hosted over 30 printing firms including, Graphic Corporation, Innolink, Buckpress, etc

  9. Have a working relationship with the Global Trade & Technological Center (GTTC) of New York, towards promoting and stimulating business, international trade and investments between the United States and the developing countries with a grant from the United States Department of Commerce since 1979.

  10. Edlis International is a member of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce-Ghana. This cooperation essentially fosters commerce, facilitates investments and focuses on economic and cultural relations between Ghana, Canada and other countries.