Ghana RailwayCompany Limited

Freight Shuttle

Please double-check departure and arrival timings to avoid missing the train. Takoradi shuttles now operational, Accra on wait. Watch the train as approaching. .

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Sunday, July 21, 2024

Travel safe - low tariff - traffic free It is announced for the information of the general public that Ghana Railway Company Limited’s new Diesel Multiple Units train shuttle service is ongoing.

sekondi - Takoradi

Morning
Station Arrival Departure
Sekondi - 07:00hrs
Prisons 07:04hrs 07:06hrs
Kojokrom 07:10hrs 07:17hrs
Ketan 07:21hrs 07:23hrs
Adiembra 07:27hrs 07:29hrs
Takoradi 07:45hrs -

only

GH₵ 7

Takoradi - sekondi

Evening
Station Arrival Departure
Takoradi - 17:15hrs
Adiembra 17:32hrs 17:34hrs
Ketan 17:38hrs 17:40hrs
Kojokrom 17:44hrs 17:50hrs
Prisons 17:54hrs 17:56hrs
Sekondi 18:00hrs -

only

GH₵ 7

Accra - Tema

Morning
Station Arrival Departure
Accra 07:30hrs 08:00hrs
Tema 07:30hrs 08:00hrs
Evening
Station Arrival Departure
Accra 16:30hrs 17:00hrs
Tema 17:30hrs 18:00hrs

only

GH₵ 5

And

GH₵ 7

vision

To become the most modern, successful and preferred rail transport service provider in Ghana.

mission

To Work closely with our stakeholders to provide to our loyal customers efficient, reliable, environmentally friendly and safe rail transportation service in Ghana. We will accomplish this by:

  • Improving the capacity of our management team to provide effective leadership.
  • Promoting effective communication of our corporate vision and strategic objectives at all levels of the organization.
  • Putting in place an effective governance system: structures, systems, organizational culture and leadership.
  • Being market-oriented and customer-focused.
  • Working closely with key stakeholders to improve industry standards.
  • Services

    Ghana's small but economically vital rail network is confined to the southern half of the country. The Total track length is 1,300 kilometres. The network has three major branch lines two of which are on the Western Line and the other on the Central Line. Minerals, Cocoa and Timber constitute the main streams of goods traffic on the network. Passenger train services are provided on all three lines.

    The GRCL provides effective and safe mode of passenger transportation via rail. The rail passenger transport serves as one of the convenient way of carrying passengers from all areas in the country through fast and effective means. The company is able to carry personnel across the country through its social responsibility roles. GRCL provides passenger carriage services by providing relative comfort and safety of rail transport, which have weighted with the government in assigning a vital role to railways in the overall scheme of meeting the transport needs of the country.

    GRCL is noted for its hauling of Cocoa, Timber, Bauxite and Manganese. Before its detoriation, it was traditionally an important export corridor. Cocoa, Timber and Flour were handled on the Eastern Line through Tema Port, with the Central and Western lines handling these goods for Takoradi Port. Other Commodities conveyed on the network include Cement, Flour and Petroleum products. Freight services are basically the hub and the pivotal link of GRCL which accounts for most of the profits by the company. Currently GRCL is a major carrier of the country’s manganese at Nsuta hauling thousands of tonnes in a day.

    GRCL, as far as its core services are concerned, also deal in parcel carriage. The company through its trains carry parcels of all weight and quantities across the length and breadth of the country. Aside carrying parcels of the general public, it also serves as the link of communication between its workers by sending parcels, letters and other smaller goods to its members across areas connected by rail.

    team member
    Mr. Daniel Kwame Adzogble

    Board Chairman

    management team

    team member
    DR. -ING. MICHAEL ADJEI ANYETEI
    MANAGING DIRECTOR
    team member
    MR. ROGER ANIPA
    DEPUTY MANAGING DIRECTOR Admin/Operations

    Departmental Heads

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    MR. WILLIAM KAKU ARTHUR
    Chief MEC/ELEC Engineer
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    MR. MICHAEL ADDISON
    Chief Civil Engineer
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    MR. ERNEST AHENE
    HR. /Admin Manager
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    Mr. Joseph Arthur
    IT Manager
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    MR. JOHN DOMSON APPIAH
    Traffic Manager
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    MR. FRANCIS E ANSAH
    Financial Controller
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    MR. EMMANUEL F. ARTHUR
    Chief Internal Auditor
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    MR. JEFFERY BEN HAGAN
    Signal/Telecom Engineer
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    MR. JOSEPH BENYAH
    Controller of Supplies