Management of the Tema Fishing Harbour has held its first quarter stakeholders meeting to look at better ways of resolving issues bothering the fishing industry so as to improve it.
The General Manager of Tema Fishing Harbor, KumiAdjei-Sam, outlined the new GPHA Tariffs for the main Ports and the fishing harbor, and hinted they be officially applicable from the beginning of May, 2018.
Kumi Adjei-Sam stated that provisions have been made to procure three mobile cranes, five additional forklifts and also fix the weighbridge after it collapsed about eight years ago.
In order to make the fishing harbor more accessible and user-friendly, he said directional signposts have been mounted in and around the port.
He informed the stakeholders of plans to massively de-sanitize the fishing harbor area due to the outbreak of Lassa fever.
Project Engineer of GPHA, Komla Ofori, updated participants on the current state of the Tema Port Expansion works.
In relation to land issue, the Corporate Estate and Environment Manager of GPHA, James Gaisie, urged all occupants of GPHA lands to acquire legitimate documents covering their use and pay the required rents.