Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority
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The Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (GPHA) is a Statutory Corporation established under Ghana’s Provisional National Defence Council Law (PNDCL 160) of 1986 to build, plan, develop, manage, maintain, operate and control all ports in Ghana.
GPHA is in business to provide efficient Ports facilities and services to its Customers. GHPA’s pricing policy seeks the mutual benefit of the Authority and Customers, as GPHA keeps them to keep GPHA in business. GPHA recognizes its workforce as the greatest asset and the key to success in its pursuit to become the gateway to the West African sub-region. GPHA will employ appropriate technology to its operations and also contribute towards a clean, healthy and safe marine environment.
The Authority manages and operates the sea ports of Ghana and various business units in collaboration with a number of private service providers in the areas of vessel handling, stevedoring, transfer, storage, receipt and delivery of containerized and general cargo. Others are safety, security and conservancy services.