Spanish flavour manufacturer Scentium has opened a new facility in Ghana.
Located in the capital of Accra, the new hub will initially accommodate a sales team as well as technical installations, providing a closer collaboration with the company’s clients in the region.
It forms part of Scentium’s ongoing commitment to incorporate proximity and reliability into its customer service experience.
The announcement also underlines the steady growth of the company in West Africa.
“Our new office in Ghana is set to reinforce the long-term relation of the company with our clients from West Africa,” said Scentium general manager José Manuel Mateos. “This announcement consolidates our commitment to local customers and to the ones from neighbouring countries.”
Scentium has maintained a close relation with West Africa, it said. With an increasing number of inhabitants and a prosperous economy, it represents a key market for the company and a prominent player in its expansion plan.
The manufacturer produces flavour solutions for use in beverages, sweet goods, savoury and dairy products for brands around the world.
It is the flavours brand of the Iberchem Corporation, the biggest Spanish company in the fragrances and flavours industry.
The headquarters are in Murcia, Spain.
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