The Port of Tema has 12 berths located on two quays with a total paved quay apron of 2,196 metres2. Berths 1& 2: On quay 2 is a dedicated Container Terminal fitted with three (3) 45 tonner Ship- to- Shore(STS) Gantry Cranes and Four (4) - 40 Tonner Rubber Tyred(RTG) Gantry Cranes. Berths 3-11 are multi-purposed berths and berth 12 is a clinker berth. There are facilities for RORO vessels.
Tema port has 77200m2 of paved area for the storage of containers, steel products and other conventional cargo. The closed storage area, which is about 25,049m2 (2.51 hectares), consists of six (6) sheds with a total storage capacity of 50,000 tonnes of cargo.
Off-Dock Container Terminals
Five Off Dock Terminals provide Receipt, storage and Delivery Services for containers discharged in Tema port. They are Golden Jubilee Terminal (GJT), Maersk Container Terminal (MCT), Africa Coastal Services (ACS), Tema Bonded Terminal (TBT), and Tema Container Terminal (TCT). These terminals have enhanced cargo flow through the port of Tema.
Takoradi port has six (6) berths with draughts between 8.4m and 10m in addition to dedicated manganese, bauxite and oil berths. There are buoys with draughts between 5.5m and 11m.
Covered storage: 140,000m2
Open storage: 250,000m2
To the east of the Tema port are the Inner and Outer Fishing Harbours and the Tuna Wharf. There are a range of facilities located within and outside the fishing harbour. They include a fish market hall, an ice plant, fish processing plant and private cold stores.
The Albert Bosomtwe Fishing Harbour is approximately 24 km west of Takoradi port and is located at Sekondi. Takoradi fishing harbour has a fish handling shed, an ice making and storage plant.