Westminster said its role as the technical partner to the project is set to become official after some contractual issues were cleared up.
's () ongoing gig as the technical partner on the container screening project in Ghana's Tema port is set to be formalised.
The screening project has been in operation since July 2019 but for various reasons, the contract between Meridian Port Services and Scanport had not been signed until now, paving the way for Scanport and Westminster to finalise their associated contract.
The contract is for a renewable five-year term.
The AIM-listed supplier of managed services and technology-based security solutions said the container volumes and revenues relating to the project continue to increase.
The daily averages so far in 2020 are up 59% year-on-year and Westminster expects volumes to increase further as the year progresses.
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