The President of the Aburi Craft Village, Nana Krobea Asante, has spoke to the Ghana Shippers Authority (GSA) to advocate for the expulsion of non-levy obstructions influencing their fare business.
He referenced police badgering in the transportation of logs from the woods, coercion at the ports of exit by administrative and supervisory offices and other shipment challenges as a portion of the obstructions the craftsmans suffered in their offer to advance artworks for trade.
Nana Krobea Asante made the intrigue when the GSA visited the Aburi Craft Village as a feature of its effort toward the Eastern Region to draw in exporters and shippers on their business concerns.
Accordingly the Tema Branch Manager of the GSA, Mrs Monica Josiah, guaranteed the handiwork exporters of making their interests known to the Police Service and different offices for change.
She said the GSA would liaise with the Ghana Revenue Authority, Customs Division, and different offices to sort out a course to sharpen work force on send out prerequisites and techniques.
The Municipal Chief Executive of Akwapim South, Mr Frank Aidoo, spoke to the GSA to accomplice the Assembly to secure force apparatuses to help the craftsmen in cleaning and refining their painstaking work.
The group and the MCE additionally visited the Golden Riverside Farms, producers and exporters of pineapples.
Mr Solomon Wiafe, the Chief Executive Officer of the Farms, expressed gratitude toward the GSA for the visit and required an answer for the organization’s shipment challenges.