MAXAM GHANA RISKS HAVING ITS LICENSE REVOKED……
Published: 12 October 2017
Last Updated: 12 October 2017
12 Oct 2017
Maxam Ghana, an explosives company in the Tarkwa Nsuaem municipality risks having its license revoked, Space News can confirm.
The explosives company has been handed a lifeline of 8 weeks to improve and meet the standards required or face being denied a permit to continue operating.
The Interior Minister, Hon Ambruce Derry, made this known at a press briefing after visiting some explosive manufacturing and mining companies as part of a 3 day visit to the Western region.
The Minister mentioned that the operations of Maxam Ghana were below standards and that necessitated the issuing of an ultimatum to turn things around by December 10.
Hon Ambruce Derry however commended the other companies he visited and urged them to continue delivering up to standards.
MAXAM Ghana with over 20 years experience has become a key participant in major gold, manganese, bauxite and quarry granite extraction operations throughout the country.
They are currently West Africa's sole supplier of RIODIN dynamite alternative, employed by quarrying companies that do not wish to use emulsions.
The Interior Minister took time to highlight the various sins of Maxam Ghana and its effects.
Hon Ambruce Derry charged those in charge to commence efforts towards making situations better to ensure they stay in business...
Story by Nana Esi Brew Monney