Solomon Islands Ports Authority (SIPA) operates the two international Sea Port of Honiara and Noro in the Solomon Islands.
The Port of Honiara has been relatively the busiest port , and with the gradual increase in sea trade, the Authority is embarking on a couple of major projects including the proposed plan to construct a new 150m International Wharf.
It is anticipated that with the completion of this new wharf, pilotage services provided at the Port of Honiara will be greatly enhanced as well as other related port services.
Both of these international sea ports are growing ports and in particular the Port of Honiara. With the continuous right investment in port infrastructure, it is anticipated that these ports will gradually become more effective and efficient in delivering its port services.
The Authority also manages the local jetties to support the booming local shipping industry providing sea transport services to the islands in the Solomon.
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Mr William Barile
To be a growing and competitive port in the South Pacific.
To ensure facilities and services are provided at the declared ports for the least most effective cost so that trade through these ports is promoted and efficiently facilitated.