|Public limited company|
|Traded as||GSE: SPL|
Adjuma Crescent Ring Road,
South Industrial Area,
Accra, Greater Accra, Ghana
|Mensa Otabil (Chairman)
Kwasi Yirenkyi (CEO)
|Products||Rapinol, Asmadrin, Painoff, Paraking, milk of magnesia, liver salts|
Starwin Products Ghana is a pharmaceutical manufacturer based in Ghana. It is the first pharmaceutical company to be listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange. It is a component of the GSE All-Share Index. The company currently produces 10 brand name products.
Starwin began as the Ghana branch of Sterling Products International in 1960. In 1976, under the Ghanaian government's indigenization program, the company sold 50% of its stock to entrepreneurs in Ghana. In 1987, Sterling, the original company, was bought by Kodak and Starwin Products was born. On January 13, 2004 Starwin became a public limited liability company and in December 2004 the company was listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange.
- Starwin Products Official website
- Starwin Products report from Gold Coast Securities - HTML version
- SAS Ghana Brokerage Listings Page
- Starwin Products at Alacrastore
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