Describes what is customary in the market for sales and customer support.
Last Published: 11/9/2016
Readable service manuals, frequent personnel training and an adequate inventory of spare parts can all create an advantage for a U.S. company selling into Ghana. Among the business community and individuals who have lived abroad there is an increased expectancy for good quality after sales service and customer support. This is particularly the case for goods from the following categories: high tech (e.g. computer hardware/software or telecommunications), heavy industrial equipment (e.g. mining, earth-moving or construction), office equipment (e.g. photocopiers), cars/trucks and air-conditioning/refrigeration units.

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Ghana Trade Development and Promotion