Ghanaian Chronicle

Anointed Electricals opens Tamale office

Date published: June 11, 2012


By: Edmond Gyebi

North file Main Entrance of the Tamale Office

Anointed Electrical Engineering Services Limited, an electro-mechanical engineering company in Ghana, has opened its fifth branch office in Tamale to provide alternative power supply for businesses, churches, mosques and individual homes in the three Northern regions.

The Tamale Office is located in an ultra-modern two-storey building at Sakasaka along the Tamale-Bolgatanga road in the Central Business District of Tamale, just like its headquarters in Accra, at No 77 Anointed House, off the Odorkor Mallam main road.

Anointed Electricals, which is also known as the generator experts, is the sole agent for Yorpower Manufacturing Limited in the whole of Ghana. The company was established in 2002, and has seen unprecedented growth in the competitive market, which is attributed to its ability to satisfy customer needs.

At a colourful ceremony to officially open the office in Tamale, the Managing Director of Anointed Electrical Engineering Services, Mr. Samuel Adjei Boateng, said that the decision to expand the services of the company to other parts of Ghana was informed by the overriding need to establish an indigenous Ghanaian company to play a formidable role in the energy sector, in view of its importance to national development.

Whether the company is selling generating sets, installing new products, or deploying personnel needed to meet a customer’s request, Anointed Electricals, he said, takes every measure to ensure quality, satisfaction and excellence.

“Quality is one of the most important factors in the success or failure of a firm. Hence, we lay immense emphasis on our quality control process. The industrious expertise accredited to us, helps us to offer quality services that meet the demands of our clients satisfactorily. For all these reasons, we offer best service delivery at all times,” the MD explained.

Mr. Adjei Boateng hinted that Anointed Electrical Engineering Services was currently constructing a multi-million Ghana cedi generator assembling plant in Accra, to further boost or provide alternative power supply to Ghanaians and the neighbouring countries.

He said that the company continued to devote energy and resources to solidify and extend their position in each targeted market, and appealed to the people and businesses in Tamale to patronise the products and services of the company.

The General Manager of Anointed Electricals, Mr. Albert Arthur, noted that the people up north, especially, businesses, stand to gain so much from the company, since it seeks to offer quality services that meet the demands of its clients.

He said the company had greatly increased its trading links with YorPower over the years, and that had led to much improved support for its customers, as well as being able to supply generators at very short notice from 10 to 3,000kVA.

Mr. Arthur also said that the Anointed Electrical Engineering Services would comprehensively meet its social responsibilities to the people of Tamale, and at the moment, had earmarked the Sakasaka police station for renovation.

 

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