On the 15th September, 2020 the Ghana Haulage Transport Owners Association (GHATOA) at the Ghana Shippers’ House in Accra paid a courtesy call on the Ghana Shippers’ Authority (GSA) to present their newly elected executives of the Association to GSA.
They also reflected on issues such as axle load problems along Ghana’s transit corridor, discrepancies in shipping lines’ charges along the West African coast, among others.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the GSA, Ms. Benonita Bismarck complimented the executives of the Association for energizing its structure to make it livelier for its members and the industry.
Joint Association of Port Transport Union (JAPTU) which GHATOA is an associate is made up of representation from both haulage truck drivers and owners from nine inland transit haulage associations working from the Port of Tema. A reform process of JAPTU led by the GSA and Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (GPHA) to make its tasks important to the haulage industry began a year ago.
Source: Ghana Shippers’ Authority