Maersk Ghana lifts suspension on accounts of importers and exporters
Maersk Ghana Limited, the Ghanaian subsidiary of International Shipping Line, Maersk A/S, has lifted the suspension on the accounts of some importers, exporters and freight forwarders in the country.
The lifting of the suspension of accounts of importers, exporters and freight forwarders which starts Tuesday, August 10, 2021, Maersk Ghana explains, follows its impact on the activities of traders at the ports as well as the feedback generated from engagements with stakeholders.
“In view of impact and feedback from engagements with stakeholders, suspension [of accounts] will be lifted from today to allow for further discussion and resolution of all cases.”
“We regret any inconvenience this may have caused to Customers who may have also been suspended erroneously during this exercise,” stated Maersk Ghana in a press statement.
The shipping company is said to have placed on suspension, old outstanding invoices of its customers which impacted new booking creation and cargo release.
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