MPS celebrates ten years of delivering maritime efficiency

Meridian Ports Services (MPS), Tema, has echoed its commitment to continuous investment in human capital and advanced technology to maintain its lead in Port Terminal operations in West Africa.The CEO, Mohamed Samara made this announcement at an event to mark ten ... — Read More

TACOTEL commences business April 10

The official commencement of devanning activities at the Takoradi Container Terminal (TACOTEL) is fixed for April10, Capt. Ebenezer Afedzi, Director of Takoradi Port has announced.Meantime, all export and import containers at the Takoradi Port will be evacuated to TACOTEL by April ... — Read More

Tanker tracking saves GH¢34m yearly

The Bulk Road Vehicle (BRV) Tracking System has helped reduce revenue losses associated with false freight claims by tanker operators, saving the nation in excess of GH¢34 million per year, the National Petroleum Authority has said.At an official launch of the ... — Read More

Scrap “nuisance” taxes on transit goods—GPHA boss

Acting Director-General of the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (GPHA), Paul Ansah-Asare, has called on government to consider the removal of what he describes as “nuisance taxes and duties” on transit cargoes that are moved through the country’s seaports.Traders from the ... — Read More

Railway workers’ welcome new ministry

The Railway Workers Union has welcomed the creation of a separate ministry for the sector, although it warned that the objectives would come to naught without adequate investment and proper planning.Mr. Godwill Ntarmah, General Secretary of the Ghana Railway Workers Union, ... — Read More

Association of Customs House Agents starts operation

The Association of Customs House Agents Ghana (ACHAG), has been established in Ghana to be the authority in the freight forwarding industry in the country, to achieve local, regional and international recognition.It is also expected to be a lead strategic initiative ... — Read More

Tackle the sea labour backlog—Mariners tell gov’t

First-Vice of the Maritime Professionals Club (MPC), Teddy Mensah, has implored government to facilitate the quick absorption of the backlog of trained maritime professionals into the global sea labour market, as the country seeks to position itself as a prime supplier ... — Read More

Gov’t pledges to complete Western railway lines

Government has pledged to complete the Sekondi to Takoradi via Kojokrom and Kojokrom to Tarkwa through Nsuta sections of the Western railway line to facilitate the haulage of manganese, bauxite, cocoa and other bulk commodities.The wertern railway corridor, when completed, will ... — Read More

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