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Harleyquin International Ghana Limited

Setting the Benchmark

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Setting the Benchmark for West African Engineering   A company backed by a team of experienced, knowledgeable and dependable staff that provide value-add services to its product range  Writer Emily Jarvis Project Manager Arron Rampling     Harlequin International Ghana Limited (HIT) has an experienced, knowledgeable and dependable team who are at the forefront of your general mechanical and hydraulic engineering needs. Since formation in 1998, the company has been providing services in the mining, oil and gas, agriculture, and ports and harbour sectors. “Here at HIT we always find the best possible solutions available for our clients, we continuously motivate our staff to achieve their optimum level of productivity and together as a team we are always reaching for new heights,” says the company. With unrivalled capabilities within the engineering market, whether it is hydraulic, electrical or mechanical, Harlequin is able to provide added value to its products and services. “At HIT no job will be taken on unless it is known for sure that the work will be accomplished resulting in complete customer satisfaction.” The company has worked on crucial Ghanaian turn-key projects, which have been completed efficiently and to a high standard whilst remaining cost effective. After investing 1.5 million dollars in specialised equipment, Harlequin continues to grow its status as the preferred supplier in all industries in which it operates. As a distributor and supplier of a wide product offering from companies such as Krost shelving, Hyva, Linde, Toolquip, Enerpac, Gedore, Rigid and Aeroquip, Harlequin remains the go-to name for a host of industries. It

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Engineering Solutions Harlequin International Ghana Limited is the market leader of general mechanical and hydraulic engineering services in Ghana. Writer Chris Farnell Project manager Arron Rampling Since its formation in 1998 Harlequin International Ghana Ltd (HIT) has become the leading general, mechanic and hydraulic engineering company for the mining, oil and gas, agriculture and ports and harbours markets in Ghana. But to understand how the company did it, you'll need to take a closer look. It provides a range of services and products ranging from fabrication to hydraulics, engineering to brush plating, and sand blasting to the sales and maintenance of Linde's leading material handling equipment, high pressure hydraulic systems and even hand tools. Name's you'll find in its stock include Krost Shelving, Hyva, Linde, Toolquip, Enerpac, Gedore, Rigid and Parker Hydraulics. Harlequin itself has become the go-to name for a host of industries, and it has achieved this with an unprecedented range of capabilities within the engineering market, a committed, experienced and reliable workforce, and a history of adding value to its hydraulic, electrical and mechanical services and products. However, for HIT, it is not just about having the right talent and resource. It is also about knowing how to apply them and the company will never take a job on unless it can guarantee it will complete the project to complete customer satisfaction. The company's experience completing quality turn-key projects means that it knows exactly where and when it can provide the best products at the height of value for money. Today, the business

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