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Liberia's First Ever Dry port - A trademark legacy of H. E. George M. Weah's success story:
A lead step to kickstart what will go down in history as the greatest accomplishment to boost commerce and trade is the construction of Liberia's First Ever Inland Port in Kpoakpa, Nimba County. To ensure the implementation of this ambitious plan, the Management of the National Port Authority has already made payments to secure the first 175 acres of land and at the same time settled some crop owners. This will allow the deforestation/clearing of the land so as to pave the way for the construction of the Dry Dock. When completed, the Inland Port will generate huge revenue, create thousands of jobs, and set the stage for competitive trade to further enhance economic viability.
The Port of Harper is located in the southeastern region of Liberia, near the border with the Ivory Coast, about 761.6 kilometers from the Port of Monrovia.
The Port was constructed on Rocky Russwurn Island, by connecting the island to the mainland with a causeway, and by constructing a 150m long breakwater.
The Port of Greenville is located in the southeastern region of the country, about 673.6 kilometers from the Freeport of Monrovia. The harbor is protected by a 400m long breakwater, and on its inner side, by two quays. There are two berthing facilities, 70m, and 180m respectively, with an existing depth of 6m below the chart datum.
The Port of Buchanan is located 272 kilometer southeast of Monrovia and is the second largest port. The harbor is protected by two breakwaters 1,890m and 590m long. Inside the basin, a 225 meters long ore loading quay is located adjacent to the commercial loading quay, providing a water depth of 10.5m below the chart datum.
The Freeport of Monrovia is a landlord port that has concessions partnerships with APM Terminals, Firestone, China Union, and Western Cluster. It is currently the largest port within our authority network, however, it was built originally by the United States Military for strategic purposes during World War II. Currently, the harbor at the Freeport of Monrovia is protected by two rock breakwaters approximately 2,300 meters and 2,200 meters long, enclosing a basin of 300 hectares of protected water. The marginal wharf (main pier) is 600 meters long and capable of berthing 3 to 4 ships, dependent on the vessel size. The Freeport of Monrovia also has three ﬁnger piers: Liberia Mining Company (LMC), National Iron Ore Company (NIOC), and Bong Mines Company (BMC) Piers.
The Freeport of Monrovia is an International Ship and Port Security (ISPS) certified Security Level One port.