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KIA gets first standard certified airline repair facility

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3AMS-CELMS is to operate Ghana’s first Maintenance Repair and Overhaul (MRO) facility at Kotoka International Airport. The company, according to Ben Owusu – a Senior...

Shippers’ Authority, CILT to ensure high standards for cold chain operators...

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The Ghana Shippers’ Authority (GSA) and Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) have intensified collaboration to train ground-handlers and operators of cold chain...

Ghana Highways Authority held stakeholders workshop over Weighbridge at Aflao...

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A day stakeholder's workshop was held at Aflao customs hard for shippers, clearing agent (Frieght forwarders) The worshop highlight on the need for weighbridge...

weighbridge re-pen for full operation at Aflao Boarder

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The Ghana highway authority has reopen the Afloa boarder entry point weighbridge to help regulate overweight trucks from neighboring countries. Address stakeholders,...

Metro Mass Transit workers adamant about resuming work

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By Nicholas Osei Wusu Workers at the Kumasi Depot of Metro Mass Transit (MMT), say until the Chief Executive Officer, his two Deputies and other...

ECOWAS free movement protocol must be actualized but with caution –...

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The Leader of Ghana’s Delegation to ECOWAS Parliament, Alexander Afenyo-Markin says the ECOWAS protocol on the free movement of people and businesses must be...

PHI Century completes aircraft registration with GCAA

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PHI Century Ltd., a company that provides aviation transportation services in Ghana and West Africa, has completed the registration of its Sikorsky S-92A fleet...

Africa must own its energy sector to develop – industry capos

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Energy economists have made a strong case that it is time for Africa to own its resources and determine their use for the benefit...

Heavy Downpour Cuts Off Yendi-Saboba-Chereponi

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Heavy Downpour on September 1,2022, has cut off three districts including Chereponi, Saboba and Yendi in the Northern region. A bridge at Wapuli , a...

Suzuki S-Presso vehicles safe, approved – GSA assures Ghanaians

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The Ghana Standards Authority (GSA) has refuted claims that the Suzuki S-Presso vehicle model which is being marketed by CFAO Ghana is not safe...
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