GRA Customs Ready to Serve Customers during intended Strike Action by Trade Associations
The Ghana Revenue Authority has taken notice of an intended strike action by certain trade associations in the import and export trade due to start from Monday 29 February 2016 at key Customs offices particularly the Port of Tema.
Furthermore, the GRA is aware that certain individuals have planned to frustrate and if possible stop traders and importers that will not join the strike action and would rather transact their legitimate business at the ports.
The GRA wishes to assure all traders, businesses passengers, clearing agents and indeed the general public that its offices are still open to all stakeholders that intend to transact business including clearance of goods at the ports.
Indeed the online electronic portals for PAARS for the determination of classification and valuation of goods, as well as the GCMS/ GCNet for the clearance of goods will still be active to enable all interested traders transact business with Customs.
The GRA further wishes to assure all stakeholders that adequate security measures are in place to protect all clients that intend to transact business at the ports.
Once again the GRA wishes to assure all traders and businesses that it will continue to operate as ever to ensure a smooth supply chain.