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The 2013 Race

As we raced and have come to the end of the year 2013, I wish to give a reflective account of how we fared in the year as a company. 2013 has been exceptionally good in terms of production from the field (Estates and Out-growers), as a result of favourable weather condition.  We did better than the year 2012.

However the good production had enough impact to compensate for the […]

GREL Supports Farmers’ Day

GREL has presented items and farming equipment to support the 2013 Farmers’ Day celebration to the tune of GH¢31, 500.00. The donations were presented at separate ceremonies at the National, Regional and District levels. The items included cash donation of GH¢ 4,000 and a deep freezer at the cost of GH¢1,100 at the national level, cash donation of GH¢ 500 each at the Western and Central Region Coordinating Councils, […]

Dilemma Of A Potential Outgrower

This rubber business is destroying our land. I heard people saying that after the productive years of the tree the land cannot be used for anything.

This is not true: when the rubber trees are felled after the production period, the land can still be used for any agricultural purposes. The major reason is that rubber is a deciduous tree. The leaves fall every year and decay thus turning into […]

Cyclus and Zeal partnering GREL for a cleaner environment

The sales and marketing team have since the beginning of the year, been sourcing for a credible partner for the disposable of our major waste especially the polyethylene material such as planting bags, latex cups, plastic crates etc.

Cyclus Recycling and Zeal (both waste management companies) have agreed to partner GREL to better manage the waste generated by our operations on the field. The driving force behind this innovation is […]

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    “GREL On Top Of Environmental Sustainability” – Okyenhene

“GREL On Top Of Environmental Sustainability” – Okyenhene

On Tuesday, December 3, 2013, the Okyenhene, Osagyefo Amoatia Ofori Panin, the Omanhene of Akyem-Abuakwa traditional area, his sub chiefs and elders honoured GREL with a visit to familiarize themselves with the operations of GREL.  Their visit took them to parts of the Division One plantation, the processing factory and the Rubber Outgrower plantation unit.

The Osagyefo expressed satisfaction about GREL and amongst other things opined that the business of […]