OMA Ghana

OMA Ghana Ltd was incorporated as a local Ghanaian company in May 2009, and has established a firm foothold in the maritime and oil & gas industries in Ghana with offices in Tema, Takoradi and Accra.

Tema

Second Floor
Atlantic Plaza
Community 1
PO Box SC441
Tema
  • T +233 303 203 945
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Takoradi

72 G. K. Ntow Street
South Chapel Hill
Takoradi
  • T + 233 312 090 201
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Accra

Imperial Square
6 Senchi Street
Airport Residential Area
Accra
  • T +233 302 737 223‎
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We provide ship agency and husbandry service to tankers, bulk carriers, cruise & navy vessels and coordinate with cargo receivers involved in tramp operations.  We represent global shipping line Hapag-Lloyd and are deconsolidation partners for Saco Shipping GmbH.

Our licensed logistics division serves the entire sector and offers solutions for mining, oil & gas, energy & Infrastructure, project cargo, exhibition goods, commercial cargo, temporary imports and LCL; by air, sea and road, including transit cargoes to Mali, Burkina Faso and Niger.

We offer logistics support services to our customers in the oil & gas industry.  OMA Ghana Ltd is registered with the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation, satisfying local content laws and as an indigenous company we have forged important alliances and joint ventures with international companies operating in this sector. These joint ventures meet the local Ghanaian content laws, the aim of which is to employ and train young Ghanaians who represent the future of our country.  For more information please visit our Oil & Gas pages.

OMA Ghana manages and operates the dedicated ship-to-ship (STS) exclusive zone inside port limits in Tema, under appointment by the Ghana Ports & Harbour Authority (GPHA).

We are pleased to support some worthwhile causes in Ghana including our flagship #futurestars schools programme.

OMA Ghana is committed to the provision of high quality service and to achieve this, we have established an Integrated Management System based on ISO 9001:2008, EMS 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2007. 

The aim is to ensure the quality of our service delivery, the prevention of environmental pollution, and injury and ill health. The Integrated Mangement System (IMS) is continually reviewed and monitored. OMA Ghana is ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001-2004 & OHSAS 18001-2007 certified and we are presently preparing the transition to the new standard ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001-2015. We are committed to conduct our business activities in a responsible, transparent and ethical way, and a TRACE certification process is undertaken every year.

 

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Key EconomicIndicators

Analysts expect Ghana’s economy to pick up speed in 2017, aided by increased oil & gas production, improving consumer and business confidence and the prospect of monetary policy easing.

Capital Accra
Population 27.4m (2015)
GDP $37.54 bn (2015)
Forecast GDP Growth 8.4% (2019)
Exports $10.25 billion (2016 est.)
Export commodities Oil, gold, cocoa, timber, tuna
Imports $13.73 billion (2016 est.)
Import commodities capital equipment, refined petroleum, foodstuffs

[Source World Bank, CIA, Focus Economics]