Krif Ghana Limited has unveiled its new ultra-modern shop at Airport residential area in Accra, promising to deliver bigger and better services to its customers.
It is the companies 2nd shop to be established in the nation's capital and the 6th across the country.
Having operated in the country for 28 years now, the leading dealer in superior office stationery and equipment is widening its market scope to consolidate it's control in the industry.
Speaking at the launch of the shop on Thursday, the Chairman Rev. Kennedy Okosun urged Ghanaians to make Krif their one stop shop for office equipment.
" Over the years we have rendered satisfactory services to our client within Ghana and beyond and it is going to be bigger and better as we move on," he said.
" Krif has stood the test of time and we have all that it takes to answer all the office equipment needs.
"The establishment of this Shop is yet another commitment we have made to ensure there is provision quality office equipment for all companies, Government agencies and industries".
He touted the performance of the company in its long years of services to the Ghanaian public, saying the company will extend its tentacles to other regions in the coming years.
The new shop is highly spacious and boasts of well-stuffed equipment such as Money handling and counterfeit detecting machines, office cabinets, safes, paper binders, paper guillotine, digital photocopiers, fax machines, paper shredders and sets of stationery.
KRIF (GH) Limited has been a leading dealer in superior Office Stationery and Equipment with Consumables, Office Furniture and Money-handling Machines, Security Safes (fireproof and anti-burglary) and Vault systems.
Additionally it maintains an Engineering Work Shop to offer installation, and maintenance services for all the machines and equipment that it deal in.
It was incorporated in 1993 as a Limited Liability Company and has extended its service across the country.
It currently operate 6 retail outlets in the country; two each in the Accra and Kumasi with one each in Tema and Takoradi.