A newly built STC bus terminal has been inaugurated and handed over to the State Transport Company in Cape Coast. The terminal which was constructed by GOIL is being rented to STC for their operations in the Central Region.
The project involved the construction and upgrading of the original station to befit the status of its location.
The newly constructed 1.7-million-cedi facility has an upgraded 2,000-meter square driveway, am modern washroom facility fitted with a 3,000 litre capacity water storage tank and an 84 seating waiting area.
The facility is also equipped with containerized offices and a convenient forecourt area for bus parking.
The group CEO and MD of GOIL, Hon. Kwame Osei Prempeh in a remark said, GOIL and STC have been in close partners since the 1990’s and the newly built ultermorden station project put up by GOIL to STC is part of a B2B collaboration between two national entities committed to giving the public the best of service.
Hon. Kwame Osei Prempeh said, a similar facility has been put up in Kumasi at Asafo and is being operated by STC adding that GOIL is convinced that apart from this mutually beneficial collaboration, these new facilities will ultimately benefit passengers in terms of convenient customer experience.
On his part the managing director of state transport company, Nana Akomeah shared his profound gratitude to GOIL, Osaberema Kwesi Atta ii the Omanhen of Oguaa traditional area and the good people of Cape Coast for letting this come historic moment come to pass.
He said the company will still tighten the ties between them to bring more developmental projects and programs to both the customers of STC and GOIL.
He further urged the managers of the place to keep to the maintenance schedule to keep the place fit for business.
He however urged them to maintain good customer relations between them and their customers to boost confidence in them and the company.
Source: Richard Acquah (kastlefmonline.com)