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SOLOMON PORTS GETS INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION

Solomon Ports has recently been recognized as a regular member of the ‘International Association of Ports and Habours’. This comes after 46 years of its establ ...


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PORTS SECURITY NOW INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED

Five security officers from Solomon Ports have recently completed certification from Australian Maritime College, University of Tasmania, Australia on ISPS (int ...


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SOLOMON PORTS SPONSORS MISS SOLOMON ISLANDS PAGEANT SHOW

Solomon Ports today officially handed over SBD$70,000 to Miss Solomon Islands Pageant show and making SIPA the Gold sponsor for the event. This also makes Solo ...


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SOLOMON PORTS ASSISTS REMOTE RURAL SCHOOL IN MALAITA

Solomon Ports has stepped in to assist Gounabusu Community High School in East Kwaio Malaita Province to complete its form six and dormitory buildings. A donat ...


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SIPA FUNDS KURUKURU'S AIRFARES

Solomon Ports is proud to support the country’s national futsal team, the Kurukuru’s, with an amount of two hundred and twenty-one thousand, three hundred and f ...


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SIPA COMMISIONS NEW ‘LED LIGHTING AND CCTV SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM

Solomon Ports commissioned it’s first ever ‘LED lighting and CCTV surveillance system at Honiara port on Thursday 5th September. This is makes Solomon Ports th ...


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Sipa CEO clarifies Mbokona Bay Closure

Solomon Ports Chief Executive Officer Mr. Eranda Kotelawala has responded to concerns raised by boat owners using the Mbokona Bay landing area after it was clos ...


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NEW SWEEPING MACHINE FOR PORTS

Solomon Ports today took ownership of a new sweeping machine as part of the authority’s move to improve workplace cleanliness and reduce health hazards. The ar ...


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SIPA to go DIGITAL

The Solomon Islands Ports Authority (SIPA) will soon digitalize its daily operation after it signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with a Brisbane based Pr ...


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SIPA took delivery of new cranes

The Solomon Islands Ports Authority’s operation at the International Port of Honiara has recently been boosted with the delivery of three new container cranes. ...


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