Gambia Ports Authority
The Gambia Ports Authority (GPA) is a government agency responsible for the governance and maintenance of the ports and port facilities of the Gambia, principally that of the Port of Banjul on the Gambia River. The GPA was founded in 1972  and it is a member of the Port Management Association of West and Central Africa. Ports Authority offices are in Banjul.
Principal facilities include the Banjul Wharf and the New Banjul Jetty and Extension; a container terminal, freight terminal, bonded warehouse complex, oil boom, workshops and a document handling centre. Expansion plans include jetty expansion; a new ferry terminal and head office building; new computer cabling and a new car and truck terminal area.
- Gambia Ports Authority
- Gambia Ports Authority, Navigation Information
- AccessGambia, Gambia Guide, Ports Authority
- AccessGambia, Gambia Guide, Customs and Excise in The Gambia
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