The Best Textile Companies in Ghana

People from different parts of the world can identify Ghanaians with the unique fabrics and styles they are sewn into.

These fabrics are patronized by the indigenous Ghanaians and those living abroad. We are also lucky to have some of the best textile mill companies in the country that produce beautiful and authentic African prints rich in colors and cultural patterns.

The textile mill companies have also played a big part in the economy of the country. It has provided jobs for millions of Ghanaians as well. The companies below do not include Kente and Batakari weaving companies. We will discuss that in our next article.

Akosombo Industrial Company Limited


Akosombo Textiles Limited (ATL), now Akosombo Industrial Company Limited, has been in the industry since 1967.

They have been printing beautiful fabrics that are authentic and rich in colors. ATL says they “express our trade through understanding cultural patterns and meanings.” That is why they have been in the industry for so long and even became the only textile company that prints RealWax in Ghana.

They have partnered with different wax international producers to bring you nothing but the best. ATL says whatever the occasion, they are here for you.

Being one of the oldest in the industry, they know exactly what they are about, and you are guaranteed nothing but the best.

ATL is located on Adjaben Rd, 40 Kwame Nkrumah Avenue, Accra.

Call them on 0244 344 406/ 0579 792 017

Send an email through info@akosombotextiles

Ghana Textile Printing Company (GTP)

About 55 years ago, GTP started printing genuine and authentic fabrics for the people of Ghana and beyond. The company comprises Tex Styles Ghana Limited that prints the products, and Premium African Textiles Company creates unique designs.

They also work hand-in-hand with Vlisco and Woodin to bring you the best of services. GTP’s authentic fabrics are being used in styling many notable people in the country. Their fabrics have been used to style Ghana’s Most Beautiful contestants for many years.

Their products include Adepa, Nsroma, Nustyle, Private, and Safoa. Whatever the occasion, they have got you covered. You can now check for the authenticity of their print.

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GTP is proudly made in Ghana!

They are located on the Akasanoma Rd, Heavy Industrial Area, Tema.

Call them to order, or for more information on +233 30 330 4234

Printex Ghana

With art, inspiration, and culture in mind, Printex starting printing fabrics 50 years ago and has become a household name.

Whatever the occasion, Printex has the fabric with the right color and unique pattern for you. Their fabrics are exported to other African countries such as Nigeria, Cote d’Ivoire, Mali, Benin, Gambia, Niger, Angola, Togo, South Africa, Zambia, and Burkina Faso.

You can get their fabrics at any textile shop. Printex says, “there is a printex print for everyone.”

Their products are cheap and of high quality. If you want to look smashing in African print at a low budget, choose Printex.

Printex headquarters is located at Spintex, Accra.

Call them on 030 2811 811

Send an email through [email protected]

Key Textiles

This textile company was founded in 1970 by the Turkish. The manufacturer quality ready-to-wear textiles and clothing using cutting-edge technology. It is one of the renowned textile companies in Ghana and has provided job opportunities for indigenous people.

They print fabrics with unique designs for the people of Ghana and beyond. Their fabrics and clothes are budget-friendly as well. Key Textiles design, manufacture, and engineer quality fabrics for you.

They are located at Matter Tsuru road, off Spintex Road, Accra.

Call them on 030 290 4088

Send an email through [email protected]

Before “broni wawu” came into existence, our grandmothers and grandfathers clad themselves in beautiful Ghanaian prints. We should do the same. We should patronize made in Ghana.

These are fabrics we can buy and turn into bespoke male and female styles. A yard of fabric is between GHS 10 to GHS 16 depending on the brand you choose, and some even go beyond that price because of the designs and the materials used to create the masterpiece.

The government should do its best to support the industry. Provide the needed types of equipment, invest in it, and see the outcome.

The manufacturers can also, once in a while, add a little twist, something different and unique to catch the attention of new buyers both in and out of the country.

Whether you are going for a funeral, a birthday party, a conference, or a dinner with your significant other, choose African print.

Individuals living outside Ghana should also wear made-in Ghana clothes made from Ghanaian fabrics; you will never know, Gucci or Prada can say they want to start using Ghanaian print in their clothes.

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