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Ghana Shippers Authority Wades Into Missing Cranes

Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Shippers Authority, Sylvia Asana Owu

The Ghana Shippers Authority has waded into the controversial missing cranes contained in 12 40 ft. containers in the port of Tema. It would be recalled that the Managing Director of Business Port, Abdul Fatai Rasak walked into the offices of Eye on Port to lament the seizure and subsequent allocation of his 3 set of cranes which were contained ...

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Regional Maritime University Holds 11th Graduation Ceremony


The Regional Maritime University has held its 11th graduation ceremony and the official launch of the 10th anniversary of the university. Vice Chancellor of the Regional Maritime University, Prof Elvis Nyarko charged the students to live and promote a sense of high integrity and moral values and also take advantage of the mirage of opportunities in the maritime industry. He ...

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Netherland Ambassador Leads Delegation To Explore Investment Opportunities At GPHA

Paul Asare Ansah, the Director General of the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority,

The Netherlands Ambassador to Ghana, His Excellency Ron Strikker has led a delegation from Netherlands to the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (GPHA) to explore investment opportunities at the country’s ports. According to the Netherland Ambassador, businesses in that country are interested in partnering the port authority to develop some port facilities. He said the Netherland government has drawn a ...

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Ghanaian Delegation Attend NOR Shipping Conference In Norway

Ghanaian Delegation Attend NOR Shipping Conference Held In Norway

A delegation made up representatives from agencies under the Ministry of Transport and headed by the Minister for Transport Kwaku Ofori Asiamah has represented Ghana at the Nor Shipping Conference that took place in Oslo, Norway. Members of the delegation comprised the Chief Director, Twumasi Ankrah-Selby, Deputy Chief Executive of the Ghana Shippers Authority Sylvia Asana Owu, Data Processing Officer ...

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Eye On Port Investigates Missing Cranes Contained In 12 40ft Containers


… As Customs Speak To The Issue The Managing Director of Business Port Limited, Abdul Fatai Razak visited the offices of Eye on Port to lament the confiscation of his 12 X40ft. containers containing 3sets of tower cranes. According to him, the tower cranes were formally consigned to GKL limited by a supplier in China since November 2013. He said ...

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Delegation From China’s Largest Company Visits Takoradi Port

Delegation from China’s Largest Company Visits Takoradi Port

A delegation from Sinopec which is China’s largest and the world’s third-largest company has visited the Port of Takoradi to explore some business opportunities in the ongoing Takoradi port expansion project as the expansion  continues to attract investors. The delegation was received by management of the Port of Takoardi. The Marketing and Public Relations Manager of Takoradi port, Peter Amo-Bediako ...

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New Director Of Tema Port Introduced To Port Community

Director General of the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority Paul Asare Ansah Doing the introduction

The Director General of the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority Paul Asare Ansah has introduced one of his deputies, the Director of Tema Port, Edward Osei to the port community. The Director General of Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority has two Deputies who are the Directors of the Two Ports of Ghana, Tema Port and Takoradi Port. The port community ...

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Senior Minister Yaw Osafo Marfo Visits Tema Port

Senior Minister Yaw Osafo Marfo Visits Tema Port

Following the directive by the Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia for a joint inspection at the country’s ports, a 100 percent paperless system at the ports and removal of all customs barriers on the transit corridors by 1st September, Senior Minister, Yaw Osafo Marfo has made a follow-up visit to ascertain the Port communities readiness towards making doing business in ...

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Experts Share Ideas On Efficient Port


Professionals in the maritime industry have deliberated on how the ports of Ghana can be made more efficient so as to enhance its competitiveness in the West African sub region at a presidential conference in Accra. The conference, which was organised by the office of the vice President, was aimed at evaluating the efficiency of Ghana’s ports, receive recommendations from ...

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Gov’t Announces 3 Major Policy Initiatives To Enhance Port Efficiency


Following complains of inefficiency at the ports of Ghana, the Vice president, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has organised a port efficiency conference for stakeholders in the port industry to deliberate on how to make the ports o Ghana efficient. Dr. Bawumia announced 3 major policy moves which are expected to change situations at Ghana’s Ports significantly and improve trade facilitation and ...

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