OMA provides professional liner agency services for vessels calling at Dakar, San Pedro, Abidjan, Takoradi, Tema, Lomé and Cotonou.
We are proud to represent leading global liner shipping company Hapag-Lloyd, which became one of the largest container shipping companies in the world, following the merger with CSAV of Chile, in December 2014.
“166 modern ships, 7.4 million TEU (Twenty-foot Equivalent Unit) transported per year, approx. 9,300 motivated staff at more than 360 locations in 121 countries. Hapag-Lloyd is a leading global liner shipping company and a powerful partner for you.
Hapag-Lloyd offers a fleet with a total capacity of 955,000 TEU, as well as a container stock of more than 1.5 million TEU including one of the world’s largest and most modern reefer container fleets. A global network of 125 liner services guarantees fast and reliable connections between all continents.”
Operating at quayside, at inland container depots and managing all land-side operations, sales, customer service and administration, our dedicated teams in each office handle all aspects of Hapag-Lloyd’s business in Ghana, Togo, Benin and Côte d’Ivoire.
Our excellent relationships with local port authorities ensure smooth and efficient handling of Hapag-Lloyd’s liner business activities. Additionally, we operate a long-term customer satisfaction strategy with regular innovations to improve communications, provide a value-added service to our customers and build customer loyalty.
Our professional, competent and dedicated staff are passionate about what they do. We invest heavily in staff training in collaboration with OMA Group’s global strategic partner, GAC, through the GAC Corporate Academy. In addition, Hapag-Lloyd offers online training for all staff to enhance systems knowledge.
OMA is determined to conduct its business activities in a responsible, transparent and ethical manner. Its Code of Ethics and Anti-Bribery & Corruption Policy were created for for employees and stakeholders alike. All offices are TRACE certified and OMA Ghana, Togo and Benin are ISO certified.