The Ghana Institute of Freight Forwarders (GIFF) is calling for the suspension of the Cargo Tracking Note (CTN) System at Ghana’s ports.

According to them, the system which has been re-introduced by the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) was not properly communicated to the stakeholders involved.

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A council member of GIFF, John Kwame Adu on Adom FM’s anti-corruption programme Fabewoso Monday said the system was being forced down the throat of shippers.

He said the business community is already overburdened and as such, the re-introduction of the CTN will obviously affect the cost of running their businesses.

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Mr Adu reiterated their call to the government to postpone the implementation of the CTN and do extensive consultation with all relevant stakeholders as there was a lot of falsehood in the available information about the stand-alone system.

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