Director of Tema Port, Jacob Adokor, points out that Ghana’s ports are among the safest and most automated facilities in West Africa.
A South African business delegation, led by the South African Ambassador to Ghana, Lulu Xingwana, recently paid a visit to the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (GPHA) with the view to exploring possible investment opportunities emanating from planned infrastructure upgrades at GPHA’s facilities.
The South African delegation was received by the director of Tema Port, Jacob Adorkor, the general manager of administration, Kumi Adjei-Sam together with other senior executives at the port authority.
Xingwana stated that the delegation went with the intention of participating in trade development projects, with the view to making Ghana a hub in the shipping and cargo industries among the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS). Discussions were centred on assisting the GPHA in developing the country’s rail sector as well as planning a truck park for the Port of Tema.
Adorkor stated that the delegation was impressed with the efficiency of processing at the port, and added that Ghana’s port facilities serve as a solid investment opportunity as the facilities managed by the GHPA are counted among the safest and most modern ports in West Africa.
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