Tuesday, September 28, 2021
The Director of Port of Tema, Sandra Opoku has advised new fire brigade recruits of the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority to discharge their duties in a  professional manner to safeguard the port of Ghana. She said the port continues to equip its fire and safety department with appropriate equipment...
The Minister of Transport, Kwaku Ofori Asiamah has  expressed optimism that the Port of Takoradi will soon become the port of choice in the west African subregion. He revealed that due to the change in engineering, the first vessel would call the Terminal by the end of December 2021. The sector...
A Supervisor at the Vehicle Valuation Unit of the Customs Technical Services Bureau, Mr. Justice Njornan Magah Yadjayime has disclosed that there are no penalties on right-hand vehicle importation into the country by way of additional customs duties when they are being cleared at the Ports. Touching on right-hand drive...
A Supervisor at the Vehicle Valuation Unit of the Customs Technical Services Bureau, Mr. Justice Njornan Magah Yadjayime has  stated that import duty for all hybrid vehicles is currently pegged at 20 percent. He attributed the seemingly high import duties for hybrid vehicles in the country to the ECOWAS Common...
The maiden commercial tanker vessel, christened GH PARKS, has arrived on Ghana’s shores to discharge cargo at West Africa’s deepest and new ultra-modern Liquid Bulk Terminal (LBT) at the Port of Takoradi. GH PARKS has a Length Overall (LOA) of 183.09 meters, Gross Tonnage (GRT) 30031, total Cargo Onboard, 42,400...
The Customs Division of the Ghana Revenue Authority has encouraged importers of cars to acquaint themselves with the essential details associated with clearance of vehicles at the ports in order to avoid the confusion they are often riddled with. Educating the public via the Eye on Port program, Supervisor at...
...urge importers to do away with malpractices during clearance The second phase development of Integrated Customs Management System (ICUMS) deployed by Ghana Link Services Limited, is expected to be ready by September 2021,the Director of Operations at Ghana Link Services Ltd, Raymond Amaglo has revealed. The development, according to him, which...
Maritime Lawyer and former Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Ghana Shippers’ Authority, Dr. Kofi Mbia is proposing the shepherding of vessels in and out of the Gulf of Guinea to fight the rising pirate attacks. According to him, some concerted effort is needed among countries along the Gulf of...
The Gulf of Guinea stretches from Angola to Senegal and is divided into 6 zones - Zone A to Zone F. It is made up of 16 coastal countries: Angola, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Cameroon, Nigeria, Benin, Togo, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Sao Tome and Principe, Congo, Senegal, the Gambia...
The Women in Maritime of West and Central Africa (WIMOWCA) has asked for a stronger collaboration with state actors to ensure efficient security and rid the Gulf of Guinea (GoG) of the rising pirates and robbery attacks. The WIMOWCA, a newly established association of professional women in maritime within the...
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