Matthew Seuyellu, Warehouse Manager
Matthew Seuyellu started work with Premium foods Ltd, then Letus Produce Co ltd in 1998 as a Casual Labourer and later became the warehouse keeper in 1999.
In 2003, he was made the Warehouse Technician. He is currently the warehouse manager of Premium Foods Ltd in charge of inflow, monitoring and outflow of stocks in this organization. He has interest in improving the quality of grains via the supply chain.
He holds HND in Purchasing and Supply and Bachelor Degree in Business Administration from Kumasi Polytechnic and Christian Service University College respectively. Matthew is aimed at learning in the area of Supply Chain Management by climbing the educational ladder in that direction
Founder & Managing Director, Tom Gambrah provides the soul and vision that moves the team towards pursuing excellence. Tom has vast experience advocating and help shape policy around Agric Private Public Partnerships.
Gladys as General Manager, steers PFL towards continuous excellence and growth with her in-depth marketing and business development experience in the UK and Ghana.
Safiyatu Umar completed Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in 2012 and have since then been worked with Premium Foods Limited as the QA/SHE Officer and now as the Production Manager. I hold a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry.
Prince Andoh has worked with Premium Foods Limited for over seven (7) years. Prince holds an BBA in Business Administration from the Ghana Business University College, Affiliated to Cape Coast University, Ghana.
Joined Premium Foods Limited in October 2008 as Accounts Clerk. Made Head of the Finished Goods Warehouse in March 2014. Also acting as IT Support staff for IT Administration and all other IT related issues of the company.
David N. Nathan has a diploma in General Agriculture from the College of Agriculture, Nyankpala awarded in 1987 as well as a certificate in Irrigation Agronomy by the Kpong Irrigation College.
Annual Company Retreat
An annual bonding experience for strategic planning
This is one of our 'secret ingredients' for keeping our teamwork at a high level and keeping a competitive edge.
We conduct an annual retreat to focus on strategic planning for the organization. Key issues discussed are efficiency and productivity of all PFL teams as well as maintaining a competitive edge in the agro-processing industry.
ENVAC is an integrated agriculture and nutrition value chains project which the World Food ...Read More
PFL holds third annual stakeholders forum focused on availability of credit facilities for farmers.Read More
PFL provides support to the Jachie Police to bolster security within the community.Read More