MAERSK LINE COLOURFUL CONTAINER TOURS THE WORLD TO MAKE SHIPPING MORE VISIBLE   |   MORE SCANNERS TO BE DEPLOYED AT PORTS AND BORDERS -MINISTRY OF TRADE   |   CUSTOMS DIVISION TO SET UP CANINE UNIT   |   GREATER ACCRA REGIONAL SHIPPER COMMITTEE HOLDS EDUCATIONAL FORAS   |   SHIPPERS’ AUTHORITY, STAKEHOLDERS DISCUSS ISSUES BORDERING INTERNATIONAL TRADE   |   GIFF STAFF AND CLIENTS SCHOOLED ON LEADERSHIP   |   GHANA NAVY, OTHER SECURITY AGENCIES COMMENDED   |   MARINE POLLUTION BILL BEING PERFECTED   |   IMO CONCERNED ABOUT GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS   |   CUSTOMS ENGAGES STAKEHOLDERS ON 24 HOUR OPERATIONS AT PORTS   |   SUPPLY VESSELS TO PORT OF TAKORADI DOUBLES   |   GPHA AND PDP HOLD SEMINAR ON SUSTAINABLE PORT DEVELOPMENT   |   GPHA SIGNS MOU TO DEVELOP A PORT TRAINING INSTITUTE WITH STC OF NETHERLANDS   |   MISSING VESSELS IN THE GULF OF GUINEA FOUND   |   GPHA CONSTRUCTS ELECTRONIC DATA CENTER   |   GPHA CALLS FOR DE LINKING OF FCVR FROM DO PROCESSES   |   GCNet TASKED TO BUILD IT INFRASTRUCTURE BASE FOR GPHA   |   WEBB FONTAINE TRAINS CUSTOMS, OTHERS ON HS TARIFF CLASSIFICATION   |   ICS SCHOOLS CUSTOM OFFICIALS ON HARMONISED SYSTEM AND NOMENCLATURES   |   GPHA COLLABORATES WITH GCNet TO NETWORK THE PORT COMMUNITY   |   AGENTS OF COTONOU PORT AUTHORITY PRAISE MANAGEMENT OF TEMA PORT   |   WEBB FONTAINE NOW ISO 9001 2008 CERTIFIED   |   GHANA CHALKS OVER USD2BN FROM NON TRADITIONAL EXPORTS   |   ACTING CUSTOMS COMMISSIONER EMPHASISES NEED FOR PROFESSIONALISM AND QUALITY CUSTOMER SERVICE   |   GSL SCHOOLS CUSTOMS OFFICERS ON RISK MANAGEMENT   |   GSA BOSS CALLS FOR DEBATE ON NEW LOAD POLICY   |   TRUCKERS CRY OVER NEW AXLE LOAD POLICY   |   TEMA PORT GETS ANOTHER MOBILE HARBOUR CRANE AS PART OF EXPANSION PROJECT   |   GPHA SET TO BUILD CRUISE TERMINAL AT TEMA PORT   |   TAKORADI PORT EXPANSION BOOSTED AS NEW CRANE ARRIVES   |   GPHA PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT   |   SAMUEL OFOSU AMPOFO APPOINTED BOARD CHAIRMAN OF GPHA   |   IMPORTERS ADVISED TO BE PRUDENT   |   PRESIDENT INSPECTS TAKORADI PORT EXPANSION PROJECT   |   OPTICAL CHARACTER RECOGNITION (OCR) BEGIN OPERATION IN TEMA PORT   |   PRESIDENT MAHAMA COMMISSIONS TAKORADI PORT PROJECT WORKS   |   SHIPPERS’ AUTHORITY ADDRESSES HOLD-UP OF TRANSIT TRUCKS AT ELUBO AND NOE BORDERS   |   HULL BLYTH GROUP COMMISSIONS LARGEST EMPTY CONTAINER DEPOT IN GHANA   |   GPHA CALLS DEV’T OF TAKORADI PORT INTO AN OIL AND GAS HUB AS NON NEGOTIABLE   |   EVALUATION OF CONTRACT BIDS FOR TEMA PORT EXPANSION ONGOING   |   PORTS MUST COLLECTIVELY MINIMIZE SPREAD OF HIV   |   CUSTOMS ADVISES IMPORTERS   |   GHANA PORTS AND HARBOURS AUTHORITY EMBARKS ON EXPANSION PROGRAMME   |   TUC INTENSIFY CALLS FOR CANCELLATION OF LONRHO ATUABO PORT CONTRACT   |   PRESIDENT INAUGURATES FACILITY FOR MARITIME AUTHORITY   |   GPHA TO SET UP MARITIME ACADEMY TO TRAIN MARITIME PROFESSIONALS   |   Notice to all Port Operators and Users   |   International Competitive Tender   |   MAINTENANCE DREDGING IN TEMA PORT   |   THE BID OPENING FOR THE UPGRADE AND EXPANSION OF THE PORT OF TEMA AND THE AWARD OF CONSULTING CONTRACT   |   Decongestion Of Tema Port   |   GPHA Undertakes a Promotional Mission to Burkina Faso

TEMA PORT is the bigger of two sea ports of Ghana. It spans a land area of 3.9 million square metres and is flanked by an industrial city. The port receives an average of over 1650 vessel calls per year and these comprise an assortment of container vessels, general cargo vessels, tankers, Ro-Ro and cruise vessels amongst many others.

The ports environs serve as a logistic point for activities of Inland Clearance Depots (ICDs), Warehouses, Transport and haulage companies, freight forwarders and related service centres.

Shipping routes and ports of call to and from Tema Port span all continents on our world either through direct or transhipment services; various shipping lines offer possibilities for the shipment of different types of cargo.

70% of national trade and traffic is done through Tema port with additional volumes of trade and traffic to and from the landlocked countries of Burkina Faso Mali and Niger.  

The Port of Tema thrives on the multiplicity of businesses that grow the Ghanaian economy and that of regional neighbours. Every success story makes the services we provide worthwhile. Thus our goal is to provide efficient facilities and services to make Tema the leading trade and logistics Hub in West Africa

OUR MISSION

To provide efficient port facilities and quality services to our clients and regulate logistics clusters in the port.

OUR VISION

To be the leading container hub and the beacon of trade and industry in West Africa