APM Terminals Liberia organized a one-day retreat with key government agencies to provide information on how to use the Port Automation and Digitization (PAD) system, which is expected to be launched on August 10. During the retreat, participants came from Liberia Revenue Authority, the National Port Authority, and MTS to review the end-to-end cargo release process at the Freeport of Monrovia, in preparation for the official launching. Speaking during the retreat, the Managing Director of APM Terminals Liberia, Jonathan Graham, said stakeholder engagement is at the core of rolling out an effective Port digitization process, hence the need for such collaborative meetings. At the retreat, the Liberia Revenue Authority and APM Terminals Liberia presented their preparedness to work together on the process. The process is driven by the Liberia Revenue Authority and APM Terminals Liberia with the strong support of the Ministry of Finance and other key stakeholders.
Source: Daily Observer August 04, 2022 13:00 UTC