A two day assessment tour at the Ports of Buchanan and Greenville has ended in the wake of plans to further enhance operational efficiency at the Sea Ports of Liberia.
Deputy Managing Director for Operations, Christopher Wisner and head of the assessment team said challenges and operations at the outstations Ports will inform the new management team at the NPA to ensure reforms and developments at the ports.
He said efficiency in Ports operation is critical to foster commerce, trade and economic development, promising reforms at the Ports in line with the Vision of the NPA and development agenda of the President.
Mr. Wisner thanked President George Weah for his preferment,
and lauded the Acting Managing Director Celia Cuffy-Brown for the level of support afforded him since he took over as Deputy Managing Director for Operations.
According to a dispatch from the media office of the NPA local officials and staff at the Ports of Buchanan and Greenville have also renewed their commitments to the George Weah’s lead government in achieving vision of the port.
The tour to the two ports came days after the climax of a go slow action at the gateway to the Country’s Economy by custom brokers.
Currently there is a one percent duty free at the Free Port of Monrovia a request amongst many others the brokers were demanding in their recent go slow action.