TNPA extends validity of Harbour Carrier Permits

Transnet National Port Authority (TNPA) has extended the validity of 2021/2022 Harbour Carrier Permits to 30 April 2022.

TNPA did not give a specific reason why the permits’ validity had to be extended but transporters had been complaining about delays in the renewal of the 2022/2023 Harbour Carrier Permits.

Addressing all stakeholders, TNPA Security Manager Mdu Ndlovu, in part, wrote:

Due to unforeseen circumstances the validity of the Harbour Carrier permits that expired on 31
March 2022 is extended and valid until the 30 April 2022. This arrangement only applies to those companies who are currently in possession of the 2021/2022 Harbour permits. This grace period is applicable to the Port of Durban only.

Tnpa Harbour Carrier Permits validity extended
Harbour Carrier Permits validity extended. Pic TNPA

Read also: Transnet Financial Position May Only Start to Improve in Late 2022, Parliament Hears

The TNPA Permit Office can be contacted on 031 361 8652/8778 or email

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