GPHA calls for collaboration on efficient and sustainable port services

The Ghana Ports and Harbors Authority (GPHA) has called on operators, and stakeholders within the port enclave to strengthen collaborations towards the goal of increased delivery of efficient and sustainable port services. Likewise, the Authority has urged clients and general port users to comply with rules and regulations that have been instituted to ensure smooth operations and

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Government committed to supporting maritime industry – Alhassan Tampuli

Deputy Transport Minister, Alhassan Tampuli has indicated of government’s resolve to support the maritime industry adequately. As the Coronavirus pandemic emerged, seafarers who are vital to the maritime industry contributed to the transportation of about 80 percent of trade by volume, including vital food and medical goods, energy and raw materials, as well as manufactured goods across

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US Navy Vessel in West Africa for Anti-Piracy Exercise

Hershel Woody Williams training with Royal Moroccan Navy in September 2020 (US Navy photo)   U.S. Navy expeditionary sea base USS Hershel “Woody” Williams is in West Africa where it is participating in maritime security training alongside Nigerian and Ghanaian maritime security authorities. The ship is scheduled to participate in a three-day sea training exercise with Nigerian

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