As part of efforts to retool the Port of Tema, the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority has taken delivery of a set of 27 teletrucks and two cranes, which will be put to use immediately.
In addition, the Authority also expects the delivery of ten (10) laden reach stackers in phases between October this year and February 2024.
The Logistics Manager at the Port of Tema, Ing. Stephen Owiah, said the investment in this fleet of equipment, which cost over 6 million dollars is geared towards improving service delivery at the port.
'With the addition of this equipment, it is going to help us increase our service to clients and make them appreciate our efforts to make sure we give quick service delivery in their receipt of cargo,’’ he added.