Our Story

There are two Companies behind the GTP brand – Tex Styles Ghana Limited (TSG) that prints GTP products and Premium African Textiles Company Limited (PAT) which creates the designs, distributes, sells and markets the GTP brand. Both Companies belong to the global Textile giant VLISCO BV headquartered in Helmond, The Netherlands. Both Companies are located at the Heavy Industrial Area, Block No 22, Plot No 7, Tema, C4, Ghana.

GTP has three sister brands – WOODIN which is also designed, produced and sold by TSG and PAT, VLISCO which is imported from the parent company in The Netherlands and UNIWAX which is produced in Ivory Coast by another subsidiary of Vlisco BV.

 

Our Journey so far

1966:

 GTP Factory incorporated as GHANA TEXTILES PRINTING COMPANY LTD.

 

 

 

1976:

Government of Ghana assumes majority shareholding; United African Company (UAC) retains management control.

 

 

 1982:

Workers ejected UAC management and took over the factory;  Offshore Shareholders (UAC and Vlisco) disenfranchised. 

 

 

1994:

Unilever resumes management control.

 

 

1998:

Gamma Holding represented by Vlisco buys out Unilever.

 

2004:

Company name changes to TEX STYLES GHANA LIMITED (TSG).

 

 

2010:

Actis Group acquires 100% of Vlisco Group shares

 

2016:

 Company marks Golden Jubilee!!

Our Mission

Our mission is to develop, produce and sell African prints of the highest quality that will make consumers feel good and culturally in tune.

Our Vision

To have GTP wearers look beautiful, graceful and be inspired to act graciously.

Our Values

To achieve our Mission and be true to our Vision, we need to have clear, strong values informing all we do.  We are committed to being decorous, ethical, responsible, fair, positive and honest with Consumers, Customers, staff, suppliers, and all stakeholders. We not only expect to be held accountable for staying true to these values, we insist upon it.