Mrs. Agnes Dennis-Moses, Public Affairs Manager of Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (GPHA), said on Friday.
In an interview with the Ghana News Agency (GNA) at Takoradi, she said the one-stop offices would house stakeholders operating within the Port and that some of the existing blocks of stakeholders would be demolished, as part of the expansion project.
She said the about three-year expansion project is intended to transform the port and bring in more business, noting that the port would be dredged to enable it to accommodate bigger vessels.
Mrs. Dennis-Moses said stakeholders who are likely to be affected have been informed and appealed to them and other port users to cooperate with the authorities to ensure the success of the project.
She said cocoa sheds at the Port were demolished during the latter part of last year and that activities concerning cocoa are now being done at Kajebil, near Takoradi, where the Cocoa Marketing Company has constructed warehouses.