Founded in 1985, by Anthony Botchway from Ghana, who was later joined by Martins Suter from Switzerland, Bomarts Farms Limited started life as a business with three acres of land used only for pineapple farming. Today, they have grown to be one of the major players in the fresh fruits export business, and a vital employer in the Eastern Region of Ghana.
Located in Nsawam, Bomarts now employs over 400 full-time staff 60% of whom are women. Not only is Bomarts working to deliver social impact in the community, they also play a very important role in Ghana’s economy, by providing direct employment opportunities for farmers.
The production of tropical fruits for export started in Ghana in the 1990s. This was part of the Government’s diversifiation programme, aimed at reducing the country’s over-reliance on primary commodities such as cocoa, timber and gold. Since then, the industry has experienced rapid growth.
C.E.O, Bomarts Farms Ltd
Business Development Manager
Quality Assurance Manager
Human Resource Manager