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Benso Oil Palm Plantation

Benso Oil Palm Plantation

Benso Oil Palm Plantation commenced in 1976 as Joint Venture between U.A.C.I. and the Ghana Government. The Ghana Government Shares were divested to the public in 2004 and the company got listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange with Unilever Ghana being the majority shareholder and having management control. In March 2011, Wilmar International, the largest agribusiness company on the Singapore Stock Exchange, through Its Wilmar Africa Subsidiary acquired the shares of Unilever Ghana and the shares of other shareholders to become the largest shareholder with management control of BOPP. The Estate is situated at Adum Banso 42 km (26 miles) north of Takoradi and 267 km (166 miles) from Accra. The average rainfall is 1,705 mm per annum with the wettest period about 269 mm in June and the driest period about 34 mm in January.

Company Details
Company Name:
BENSO OIL PALM PLANTATION
Business Category:
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Category:
SHAREHOLER
Shares Owned:
3
Share Valuation:
GHS 64.59
Company Type:
Public Company