Update on OMA Logistics

Gary Miller, Albert Kabenlah and Ian Treder visited Hamburg this month to join in the celebrations with SACO Shipping for their 25th anniversary party (congratulations!), attend their agency meeting and visit the new office and warehousing  facilities that will open for business in Sep 2013.  CFR Freight (South Africa) and SSC (Antwerp) were also present enabling us to meet our three global LCL Principals at one time.

OMA is proud to represent SACO Shipping, CFR Freight and SSC in Ghana, Togo and Benin, allowing our clients to ship LCL cargo from anywhere in the world.  We are also delighted to announce that in August we are launching a bi-monthly LCL export consolidation service, using the SACO Shipping hub in Hamburg to service shipments from Ghana to virtually any market in the world.  This will enable SME exporters to ship their goods to the global market at an affordable price and with efficient, and predictable, transit times.


This month we brought our logistics teams from Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana, Togo and Benin to OMA Ghana’s training facility in Tema for a specialised Logistics workshop held over two days. The workshop focussed on key performance indicators for this part of our business as well as global logistics trends and local developments ensuring that OMA’s logistics services remain at the cutting edge of the industry.

This workshop builds upon OMA’s growing influence in the West African logistics sector where, on a daily basis, we are involved in delivering crew changes to vessels offshore at Tema, Lome and Cotonou, spare parts to vessels in port and offshore, air freight in all countries as well as container import deliveries and export shipments


Mining equipment at Takoradi port where we are arranging clearance before delivering it by road to Tarkwa, Ghana.

OMA CI handle their inaugural vessel, the MS Adobia – moving containers between Abidjan and Tema ports

MV KS Titan 2 (Bull Ray) arrived at Tema anchorage for dry docking in Tema Shipyard. FOQ 1 (Fitting out Quay) was cleared to enable Bull Ray to come alongside for the removal and inspection of the propeller shaft, spare parts delivery and crew change. This was completed successfully and the vessel sailed on 19th June.
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