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Managing Director of SKYSAT Technologies (Ghana) Limited, Mr. Izzat Debs
Managing Director of SKYSAT Technologies (Ghana) Limited, Mr. Izzat Debs

Skysat Technologies opens new branch in Kumasi


MANAGEMENT OF SKYSAT Technologies (Ghana) Limited, dealers in print  machinery, have expanded their operations by officially opening a new branch at the commercial site of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in the Ashanti Region.

The newly commissioned facility is currently the second branch in Ghana since the first establishment on May 22, 2014 and after its official launch in Accra in January 2015.

 SKYSAT is a new joint venture in Ghana formed by Express Automation Kenya and SKYSAT Technologies Nigeria which was  started by establishing hundreds of digital photo printing laboratories across Nigeria and Ghana.

According to the Managing Director, Mr. Izzat Debs, they opted to extend their services to Kumasi because they considered the city to be one of the giant business hubs in the country.

The ultramodern printing machines
                                             The ultramodern printing machines

Mr. Debs underlined their objective as the provision of solution that will improve businesses by simplifying and automating traditional manual administrative processes.

 He added that they are dedicated to providing other services, which include digital printing of business cards, letterheads, brochures, company profiles, calendars, magazines, posters, flyers, invitation cards and catalogues among others things.

Commenting on the operation of the company an exclusive distributor of high quality printing machines ranging from scanner machines, photocopiers, laminators, binding machines plus the servicing and maintenance of printing equipment, the Managing Director during the opening of the branch, called on entrepreneurs in the Ashanti Region to see the need to patronise their services and products for a more profitable business.

The products, he announced, carried unique quality, reliability, ruggedness and stood tall with number one colour quality in the world plus a very low cost per print.

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