Ghana’s Port Authority is seeking to construct a dry bulk terminal in the Port of Takoradi to support the operations of the dry bulk companies, such as Ghana Bauxite, Ghana Manganese, Carmeuse, Western Diamonds and GHACEM.
To this end, a delegation from Ghana’s Port Authority have paid a visit to the Sea Invest dry bulk terminal situated in the port of Abidjan to familiarise with the operations and works of Sea Invest, which is also a company seeking to construct and manage the Bulk terminal in the Port of Takoradi.
The delegation, which was led by the acting General Manager for Business Development at GPHA, Samuel Ntow Kummi, expressed his conviction that “such a bulk terminal will improve operations of Takoradi Port in the future.”
The Delegation was taken round some of the key activities of Sea Invest including the loading and offloading of manganese and other bulk cargoes.
The team also visited Petro Sea Logistics, which is a subsidiary of Sea invest handling equipment for drilling companies in the oil sector and providing fresh water and fuel to vessels that call the facility.
Read the article online at: https://www.drybulkmagazine.com/ports-terminals/14122017/ghanas-port-authority-preparing-for-a-new-dry-bulk-terminal-in-takoradi/