The Chief Executive Officer of Joy4fame Group of Companies, John Obiri Yeboah (middle), with CEPS commissioners and executives of the association
CHIEF EXECUTIVE Officer of Joy4fame Group of Companies, John Obiri Yeboah, who doubles as the Public Relations Officer for Second-Hand Clothing Dealers Association, has indicated his willingness to support traders who import goods through the Tema Port to main market centres including Kantamanto, Tudu, Timber market, Okaishie and Kaneshie in Accra.
Speaking at the commissioning ceremony of his new office in the Central Business Centre, he explained why he established a branch in the area, pointing out that Joy4fame is Shipping Company Limited established to lessen the burden traders go through regarding the clearing of their goods from the port.
The CEO took his time to explain to the traders how the system works at the port and appealed to them to stop trading with fake agents.
According to him, there had been a proliferation of fake agents at the ports and many people especially traders were falling prey to them, thereby losing huge sums of money in their dealings with them.
He noted that the company is into air and sea freight, clearing and forwarding, door-to-door services, export and import, transport and logistics and freight consultancy, among others.
He said Joy4fame has been established to break that system and bring some level of sanity within the import business.
A representative of the Commissioner of CEPS, Nana Kwadwo Bonsu, stressed the need for the traders to work with Joy4fame owing to their credibility.
He lauded their operations and said the company had never had problems with the commission so the management had built trust in their operations and urged that and all who trade with the company are safe.
The occasion was flanked by Nana Kwakye Owusu Ansah II, Kwahu Kutoso Omanhene and some executives of the association.