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Corporate Donation on a Good Friday

April 2, 2021

We are making this Corporate Donation on a Good Friday today as this is a very special day especially to Christians across the world... May we use the significance of this day to have compassion for one another always as Christ sacrificed for us all.

We have with us, a Dental Specialist from UK, Dr. Suvani under this Global pandemic accepted our invite to not only come and donate tooth-pastes, brushes, cash donations amongst others but to also do some consultation for under-privileged kids in several hospitals in Liberia (fillings, dental advices, checkups, etc) As a company, while we strongly believe in Tangible physical investment in every country we operate, it is our mantra to also invest, as part of our Corporate Social Responsibility, in the communities especially in both the health and education sector. We have a dedicated program of which we will endeavour to assist in as many communities as we can and encourage to bring more experts in helping us help the governments and other donors in these sectors.

We have from time to time, assisted various organisations across Liberia and will continue to do so. I thank you all and God bless the people of Liberia. Have a good Easter Holidays.

GTMS Restores Liberia’s Maritime Image

March 5, 2021

The Coast Guard of the United States of America has announced in its Federal Register that it is removing the conditions of entry on vessels arriving from the Republic of Liberia into the United States.

In 2018, the Government of Liberia (GOL) selected GTMS Holdings to become the Exclusive General Managing Agent with the License to implement the Cargo Tracking Note (CTN) system in the country’s maritime/ports system and ensure full compliance in this regard.

The CTN is a system that requires Advanced Data Declaration and the full integrity of the data from Shippers (imports & Exports)/Freight Forwarders before cargo arrives in a country. This system does not only pre-inform ports of expected cargo and all other security measures but helps them better prepare to scrutinize cargo entering the nation’s ports, as required by the ISPS Code Part B of the SOLAS Convention.