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The Tema Section of CILT - Ghana organized a Continuing Personal Development (CPD) session on April 18th, titled "FACILITATING THE VALUATION PROCESSES IN CARGO CLEARANCE THROUGH THE PORTS".
The invited panel, which included representatives of Ghana Revenue Authority, Gateway Services Ltd., a destination inspection company in Ghana and Ghana Institute of Freight-Forwarders (GIFF), lectured to a full capacity audience at the old Ghana Shippers Authority conference hal...Read Full Post »
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The Executive Committee of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) in Ghana - Tema branch is planning an excellence awards event this upcoming September, in order to celebrate the achievements of the local transport and logistics best performers.
The event will be hosted at the GPHA Towers and will be organized by Corpo...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Ziad Hamoui on February 8, 2012 at 4:00 AM||comments (0)|
The World Bank has recently published a report on trade barriers in Africa and their effect. The report, titled "De-Fragmenting:Africa: Deepening Regional Trade Integration in Goods and Services", bemoans the missed opportunity of inter-regional trade on the continent and the fact that "it is easier for Africa to trade with the rest of the world than with itself" (for ...Read Full Post »
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The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) has called for further development of the Ghanaian port infrastructure at Tema and Takoradi Harbors, which carry 90% of the country’s seaborne trade, in order to meet the growing demand and to ease up congestion that is straining the current capacity.
In his address to the Annual General Meeting of CILT – Ghana, which took...Read Full Post »
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Now you can proudly display your affiliation to one of the world's most prestigious institutes of logistics and transport. To order or enquire about availability, kindly get in touch with one of the following people:
Mark Amoamah (Honorary Secretary, CILT GH) : [email protected]
Lackson Legah (Secretary, CILT (GH) Tema) : [email protected]
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Good news from CILT Ghana, as they have recently launched their website with a freh new look.
The site is a work in progress and can be accessed at http://www.ciltgh.org/