18th Jan, 2023
Olam Named a Top Employer for 3rd Consecutive Year by Top Employer Institute
Olam is proud to announce that it has been named a top employer for the third consecutive year by Top Employer Institute for its operations in Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa, and the Africa region.
10th Jan, 2023
Olam Group targets IPO of Olam Agri as early as H1 2023, with primary listing in Singapore and potential concurrent listing in Saudi Arabia
Olam Agri IPO is an opportunity to unlock shareholder value by tapping into current global agri-industry trends, enhanced global focus on food security and Olam Agri’s position as a growing company with a consistent track record Plans primary listing on the mainboard of the Singapore Exchange (“SGX”), with a possible concurrent listing on the Saudi Exchange of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, making it the first listing of a global company in Saudi Arabia Olam Group Limited (“Olam Group”, “the Group” or “the Company”) to seek shareholder approval for the concurrent IPO on SGX and demerger of Olam Agri Holdings Pte. Ltd. (“OAHPL”) (Olam Group’s majority-owned agri-business subsidiary, which holds the Olam Agri business) from the Olam Group by distribution in specie of shares in OAHPL to shareholders No change to Olam Group’s plans for Olam Food Ingredients (“ofi”) listing on the premium segment of the London Stock Exchange (“LSE”), with a concurrent listing in Singapore, subject
31st Jan, 2023
Olam Agri Marks Cervical Cancer Month with Free Screening
Ghana Olam Agri, a global leader in agri-commodity and food processing, has organized free PAP tests for female employees across various locations within the organization, in collaboration with its female network group, GROW (Globally Reaching Olam Women), to mark this year’s Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. Cervical cancer is a disease in which cancer cells arise in the cervix, connecting the uterus to the vagina and according to the United Nations, the second most common cause of cancer-related deaths in reproductive-aged women globally.According to WHO estimates, a woman dies every two seconds from cervical cancer and in Ghana, it’sreported as the leading cause of gynecological deaths although the disease is curable when diagnosed and treated early. Instituted by the World Health Organisation, Cervical Cancer Awareness month is observed globally every year in January.
16th Nov, 2022
Enhancing Workforce Nutrition in Ghana
As part of its efforts to improve workplace nutrition and promote healthy living among employees, Olam Agri Ghana is providing fortified rice to employees across all 6 locations during lunchtime.