Plans are afoot for the Gambia Port Authority to establish a well-functioning Dock Labour Company at the Port of Banjul.
In this light, a Gambian delegation comprising management personnel of the Gambia Port Authority, Dockworkers, and officials from their local Maritime Labour Union, has embarked on a study tour to the Port of Tema to observe how the Ghana Dock Labour Company functions.
The General Manager in Charge of Corporate Planning at the Ghana Ports and Harbours Author...
The Director General of the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority, Michael Luguje has praised the trading community in Burkina Faso for using Ghana’s ports and corridors ahead of other francophone countries over the years.
The DG of GPHA, was speaking during a courtesy call by the Deputy Managing Director, in Charge of Support Services at the Burkina Faso Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Agarba Patricia Badolo to the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority.
He said, “we h...
The Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority has embarked on a camera upgrade project for its security department to elevate the existing technological surveillance at the Port of Tema.
The project comprises of the enhancement of the video management systems, the rehabilitation of the Camera Control Room, and the procurement of modern security equipment.
Along with these installations, about twenty (20) security personnel have undergone a two-week training to acquire the requisite s...
The Corporate IT Manager at the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority, Francis Donkoh has disclosed that the Authority has introduced an e-payment portal to enable clients transact business with the Authority more conveniently in a secure way.
According to him, Clients can access the portal by logging on to the Port Authority’s website, www.ghanaports.gov.gh where they can pay for all terminal handling charges either via Visa, Mastercard and even mobile money.
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The Ghana Shippers’ Authority in collaboration with its stakeholders in the trade and transport industry has held a sensitization workshop for haulage truck drivers and owners on key issues that impact the conduct of transit trade along Ghana’s corridors.
Key among the issues discussed include road safety, the transportation of dangerous and hazardous cargo as well as the haulage truck driver’s role in avoiding unnecessary cost in the shipment of transit cargo throug...
The Director of the Port of Takoradi, Capt. Ebenezer Afadzi, has stated that Ghana’s ports are committed to ensuring its human resource have the requisite capacity necessary for the delivery of world class services to its clients.
The Director of Port, who was speaking during a passing out ceremony for 72 security personnel, said it is in this light that the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority organizes regular and mandatory training programs for its new recruits.