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The Management of the National Port Authority (NPA) informs all Port Users that the rou-tine International Ship & Port Security (ISPS) protocols and Access Proce-dures are being Reinforced with vigorous actions against violators.
National Port Authority Acting Managing Director Diana Nebo has commissioned new digital media platforms at the Freeport of Monrovia - aims at bolstering communication amongst trade Stakeholders, Government Agencies and Users of the Sea Ports of Liberia.
Monrovia – The National Port Authority (NPA) has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) to renew commitments between the two sisterly cities for the advancement and promotion of trade.
The Prince George's County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) last Wednesday, October 12, 2016, hosted a delegation of ten Liberians including three officials of the National Port Authority of Liberia,
A high power investment delegation from Johannesburg, South Africa has held talks with the Management of the National Port Authority aimed at exploring possibilities of investing in the Liberian Sea Port Sector.
In fulfillment of the President’s mandate during her recent 11th State of the Nation Address, regarding waiver of storage on containers overstayed 90 days and above, the National Port Authority has worked out modalities and will start Public Service
(Monrovia, Liberia- November 4, 2015): More than Twenty staff including Senior Executives at the National Port Authority (NPA) have completed a two week intensive training in Monitoring & Evaluation.
(Monrovia-Monday, March 28, 2016): The Management of the National Port Authority has signed a contract value at over $ USD 6 million with Smit Lamnalco for the supply of marine crafts which includes two Tug Boats: namely, Lamnalco waxbill and Lamnalco wagtail. A patrol boat: Smit Qasim and Pilot boat: Smit Oloma, for use at the Port of Greenville in Sinoe County.
Agreement Between the Government of the People’s Republic of China and the Government of the Republic of Liberia on Maritime Transport, signed on November 3, 2015.