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Somotex committed to efficient after-sales service
News Date: 3rd December 2013


Somotex Ghana Ltd, a subsidiary of the Mohinani Group of Companies, formerly Poly Group of Companies has partnered with LG electronics to open a commercial air-conditioning academy in Accra to help with the functionality and after sale service of numerous products.

"The academy would train experts on the functionality of array of products on display as well as keep them abreast with global technological innovations" A statement from Somotex said.

The new Academy which is located at Allston House at Somotex Ghana limited (North Industrial Area) is stocked with all categories of innovative business solution products ranging from commercial air-conditioners, split air-conditioners as well as parts of air-conditioners.

A statement said Mr Nii Ayi Hyde, Managing Director-Somotex Ghana limited said the products and services being offered combines elegance, technological advancement and convenience.

"it promises to provide in Ghana, unlimited possibility, offering unique customer experience through the exquisite world of LG products that will continually be available in the Academy


Source: GNA


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