With a production capacity of 500 metric tons (MT) per day, our edible oil refinery is equipped with an in-house plastic processing plant for blow moulding, injection moulding, pre-forming and PET bottles forming. Pupils will get to learn how red palm oil from local oil palm plantations is processed into its many fraction to obtain cooking oil and by-products for margarine, biscuit and soap making. They will also learn about how the plastic packaging materials such as jerricans and PET bottles are made.
Our 100MT per day soap saponification plant depends on by-products from the oil refinery as a major raw material for the production of laundry and bathing soaps. Pupils and students will gain some real experience of how soap making lessons in science is employed for large scale production in industry. They will also get to observe how these soaps are wrapped and packed as finished products from the finishing line.
Our rice mills situated Nyankpala near Tamale is the largest in West Africa with a milling capacity of 500MT per day. The mill receives paddy or raw rice from thousands of farmers in the north during each harvest season for processing for the local market. The mill is equipped with a parboiling unit for processing dry and cracked grain to obtain long grain rice. Pupils will learn the various characteristics of rice and the various stages the grains pass from farm to finished products.
We are inviting all learning institutions to come, experience and learn the steps and processes involved in manufacturing consumer goods from start to finish. Come and have a practical learning experience!