Ghana sells timber with a purpose to continue to put only legal timber from sustainable sources, adhering to the EU and International Tropical Timber Organisation principles. This means that, Ghana is working towards achieving the EU's FLEGT (Forest Law Enforcement Governance and Trade) licensing and within the US Lacey Act regimes and with the assurances to specifiers that, Ghana will continue to be at the forefront of international tropical timber market place for a long time.
Ghana has a strong Forestry Commission (FC) including an overseas branch (FC London Office), a long history of forest management and capacity for forest research.The Ghana Government is keen to attract more investment and international design and technical collaboration.
Ghana has a number of small, medium and large processing facilities manufacturing over 17 different wood products. These processing mills can be reached depending on product interest elsewhere on this website.