The GSA is commenced the construction of a Shippersâ€™ Centres around the country. The first of such Centres dubbed the Takoradi Shippersâ€™ Centre has been in operation in Takoradi since 2003.
The second Shippers Centre known as the Boankra Shippersâ€™ Centre which is located in the Boankra Inland Port has also been completed.
The construction of the third Centre, dubbed Ghana Shippers House which is expected to house the GSAâ€™s Head office has recently been completed and is in operation. This facility will also house a ship brokerage hall, which will create the medium for the creation of a freight market in Ghana. It is expected to be a Centre of â€œmaritime technologyâ€ linking the ports of Tema, Takoradi, the Kotoka International Airport as well as the Boankra Inland Port by Satellite.
In partial fulfilment of its plan to construct an office complex to serve shippers in the northern sector, the Authority has acquired some plots of land in Tamale for the construction of another Shippers Centre.
The Ghana Shippers' Authority has been at the frontline of Ghana's maritime industry since its establishment in 1974 by NRCD 254. It has over the years collaborated with private and public organisations in the maritime industry to pursue its primary objective of protecting the interests of shippers ...Read More
Work that has so far been undertaken towards the development of the Inland port include full acquisition of 400 acres of land for the project, the completion of the Boankra Shippers’ Centre/Administration block of the Inland port, the provision of primary infrastructure such ...Read More
The GSA is commencing the construction of a Shippers’ Centre in Accra. The Centre is expected to house its Head office as well as a ship brokerage hall, which will create the medium for the creation of a freight market in Ghana.It is expected to be a Centre of “maritime technology” linking the ports of Tema ...Read More
The GSA has six large warehouses in a prime location at the Tema port to provide warehousing facilities to shippers, especially shippers of landlocked countries transiting through the Tema port. The vision is to provide quality-warehousing services to shippers and to continuously ensure prompt delivery ...Read More
The GSA has a stake in the Ghana Community Network (GCNet) Services Limited. The GCNet is an EDI system that links all the major players in the clearing process. It enables quick processing of all customs clearance documentation on line and facilitates clearance of goods through the ports.Read More
The GSA in partnership with the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (GPHA) is working with the private sector to establish the Boankra Inland Port near Kumasi in the Ashanti Region.This very important infrastructure would link the ports of Tema and Takoradi to the inner parts of the country and the landlocked countries of Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger.Read More