Ghana offers a number of locational benefits..
  • projected average annual growth in excess of 6% (2018–2022)
  • one of Africa’s most stable democracies and a middle-income country since 2011
  • at the heart of the ECOWAS regional economic bloc of West African nations, with US$104 billion of goods imported in 2015
  • fifteen flights a day  to global capitals and highways, shipping routes and 25 daily flights that link the country to surrounding markets
  • diversified economy with multiple sources of export earnings and an educated workforce
  • abundant resources from oil & gas, bauxite, gold, manganese and silica sands to cocoa, shea nuts, citrus fruit and timber


Ghana’s  Government is committed to transforming the country into an industrial hub for the West African region and attracting more private investment.
The WestPark is well positioned..
  • 7 km from Aboadze Power Park – to be the largest in Africa with over 2,200 MW planned generating capacity by 2021
  • 25 km from Takoradi Port – handles over 70% of Ghana’s exports by volume and is undergoing a major US$410 million
  • 10 km from Ghana’s third largest metropolitan area
  • 10 km from the Ghana Railway – runs regular freight services from Takoradi to Nsuta (130 km north) and urban commuter rail
  • on the N-1 Takoradi-Cape Coast Road – a 1,028 km paved coastal corridor and West Africa’s main transport artery, with expansion to six-lanes due to start this year
  • proximity to the Pra River – Ghana’s second largest river, offering large volumes of water for industrial use
The region’s growing commercial significance was underscored by US$150 million in private investments in 2016 in the building materials sector and an ongoing tender process to attract a world-class port operator to expand Takoradi’s container and bulk handling capacity.