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GREL Featured in Africa Outlook Magazine

Ghana Rubber Estates Limited (GREL) prides itself on its position as a truly Ghanaian company, fully embedded
into the local community.Managing Director Lionel Barre has brought his extensive history in the natural rubber and agri-business sector in order to bring his international experience and in-depth product knowledge to Ghana, having previously spent 24
years with renowned tyre-maker Michelin, travelling the world through various management positions. When Ghana declared its independence from […]

GREL builds SHS Block for Bamiankor community

The Ghana Rubber Estates Limited (GREL) has inaugurated a three-unit classroom block with an office and a store at Bamiankor in the Gwira traditional area in the Western Region.

The new school blocks would be used as Senior High School infrastructure for the Gwira Traditional Area. The project cost GH₵ 137,580.63.

This is said to be the first Senior […]

ACLANGO HOLDS AGM

The Association of Chiefs on whose Lands GREL Operates (ACLANGO) held its 10th Annual General Meeting (AGM) at the ACLANGO Secretariat, Agona Nkwanta, on Saturday, January 25, 2014.   ACLANGO comprises 86 chiefs in eight traditional areas within GREL’s operational area in the Western and Central regions.  The AGM is held to enable the traditional rulers take stock of progress made during the past year and plan for […]

ROU in 2014

Planting projection

The Rubber Outgrowers Unit (ROU) has targeted to plant 5,500 hectares of land in the year 2014.  Out of this, 2000   hectares will be planted for Self Finance Outgrowers (S.F.O), 100 hectares for C.S.R.  farms and those existing farmers wishing to extend their farms. The balance of 3,400 will be for the phase V farmers.

Dry Rubber Production Projection

 Out of the […]

“RUBBER IS LIFE”…says Amadin

The Corporate Affairs Manager of Rubber Estates Nigeria Limited (RENL), Mr. Gabriel Amadin, has said that “rubber is life and oil is  not the future for us.”  Expressing his gratitude to Chiefs during the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of ACLANGO on January 25, 2014, Mr. Amadin said he was impressed about the fact that most of the chiefs in GREL’s operational area were rubber farmers and said […]