Ashanti Technology Park

ASHANTI TECHNOLOGY PARK

The Ashanti Technology Park (ATP) located at Boankra in the Ashanti Region. It is adjacent to the Ghana proposed inland Port. It occupies a total of area of 1099 acres/444.75 hectares. The proposed railway line from Accra to Kumasi traverses the Ashanti technology park. The industrial sectors specially earmarked for this up-coming zone includes:

  • ICT Cyber village
  • Cocoa Processing
  • Light Industrial manufacturing
  • Heavy Industrial manufacturing
  • Warehousing and Logistics Services
  • Social Services Centre
  • Bio-Technology Development

The Ashanti Technology Park is 20.7km (13miles) to Kumasi, the capital of Ashanti Region. Kumasi has an airport. Flight time between Kumasi and Accra is thirty (30) minutes and the distance by road to Kumasi is 252.5km.

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