Teak (Tectona Grandis) specifically has a wide range of uses due to the unique properties of the timber. Some of these uses such as electricity poles, telegraph poles, mine props, structural supports and furniture have well developed markets both in Ghana as well as for export. Mere has also identified a number of further potential markets for the products that allow commercially viable harvests to take place at growth periods and pole sizes that have not previously been seen in Ghana.
Mere, in order to maximise returns on investment, manages all aspects of the process from planting through to processing of the finished product. By controlling the total process, Mere are able to fully exploit all of the obvious as well the subtle profit centres within the market.