Wednesday, April 04, 2018

Papua New Guinea group backs ICTSI

 by Darwin G. Amojelar,
April 3, 2018

International Container Terminal Services Inc said Noho-Magae, an organisation representing the Baruni and Tatana communities in Papua New Guinea, has supported the operations of its subsidiary at Motokea International Terminal in Port Moresby.
MIT chief executive officer Edward Muttiah said ICTSI was pleased to have Noho-Magae on board to represent the interests of the Baruni and Tata communities.
“Today, we commence a 25-year journey and the strong support of our community partners has ensured a solid foundation built on trust, respect, and mutual commitment to build a world-class maritime facility–one that will, in time, become a source of pride for the nation,” he added.
ICTSI senior vice president and head of Asia Pacific Christian Gonzalez expressed optimism on the project, saying ICTSI was “privileged and excited to have been granted the opportunity to collaborate with our host community to jointly realise the potential of the Port of Motukea as a logistics hub. This mutually beneficial goal would not be possible without the support of our host communities.”

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