Saturday, June 25, 2022
Meridian Port Services (MPS) has taken delivery of the first unit of two Mobile Harbour Cranes (MHC). The crane arrived on 8th December 2017 and is currently being commissioned by the manufacturer’s engineers. It is expected to be put into operations after the completion of training over the coming two...
Meridian Port Services (MPS) has taken delivery of the first unit out of two Mobile Harbour Cranes (MHC). The Crane arrived on 8th December 2017 and it is currently being commissioned by the manufacturers’ engineers expected to be put into operations after completing the training in the coming two weeks....
Government, acting through the Ghana Health Service (GHS), has signed a service contract with LCB Worldwide - a crisis management and prevention firm - to disinfect all imports at the country’s entry points, effective January 2018. Tunnel-like scanners will be installed at the ports, where trucks carting imported cargo will...
A total of 184 graduates of the Ghana Institute of Freight Forwarders (GIFF) have been awarded diplomas and certificates after successfully completing their various areas of study at the seventh graduation ceremony of the institute, held over the weekend in Tema. About 106 students received diplomas while the remaining 78...
Government, acting through the Ghana Health Service (GHS), has signed a service contract with LCB Worldwide - a crisis management and prevention firm - to disinfect all imports at the country’s entry points, effective January 2018. Tunnel-like scanners will be installed at the ports, where trucks carting imported cargo will...
  Trade and Industry Minister, Alan Kyeremanten, has charged stakeholders in the maritime sector to act their part to support government’s aggressive industrialisation initiatives by creating the right market linkages and facilitating trade. Addressing the 8th African Shippers’ Day in Accra, he indicated that trade facilitation and industrialisation are at the...
Trade and Industry Minister, Alan Kyeremanten, has charged stakeholders in the maritime sector to act their part to support government’s aggressive industrialisation initiatives by creating the right market linkages and facilitating trade. Addressing the 8th African Shippers’ Day in Accra, he indicated that trade facilitation and industrialisation are at the...
Wholly-owned Ghanaian investment firm, IBISTEK Limited, has announced plans to build and operate a multi-purpose on-dock terminal that will help drive up traffic to the country’s exports-based seaport. The construction of the terminal is expected to shore up the cargo throughput capacity of the Takoradi Port to about one million...
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has commended the Port authority for effective supervision of port projects and smooth paperless operations. According to the President, the management of the Port Authority has impressed him with his supervision on the paperless project implementation and his commitment to safeguard national revenue. “I have...
Lawyer Kwame Gyan, Chairman and Director of IBISTEK Limited “a wholly Ghanaian company” says, the company is looking for possible ways ofpartnering the United Kingdom(UK) firms in developing the water front development project at the Takoradi Port. “We are looking at the possibilities of British firms partnering with us in...
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