Government is committed to ensuring fairness, efficiency and transparency whilst reducing systemic risks that hinder the sustainable growth of the Maritime Industry.
A draft document in this regard is being worked on by stakeholders in the maritime industry to cater for the needs of Shipping Services Providers.
The Minister for Transport, Hon. Kwaku Ofori Asiamah made the disclosure at a One -Day Validation Workshop on the Draft Cabotage and Shipping Services Providers’ Regulation, was held in Accra, yesterday, Wednesday, October 17, 2018.
The meeting provides an avenue for stakeholders to discuss and find solution to concerns raised in the draft document by various stakeholders which were earlier submitted to the Ghana Maritime Authority (GMA), the initiator of the regulation.
He indicated that several stakeholder consultations have been held in recent times, to ensure the final document to be provided is acceptable to all industry players.
The Minister urged participants to bring out all concerns and suggestions needed for enriching the document.