Komenda Sugar Factory is a Ghanaian factory established in 1964 and its operations ground to a halt in the early 1990s. This was due to poor management and technical issues.

The sugar factory collapsed and was later revived and inaugurated by the erstwhile John Mahama government in 2016. This was made possible by a loan facility of 35 million dollars from an Indian EXIM Bank.

Below is a report on the state of the Factory as of September 2017 after the NPP Government took over power in January 2017.