PNG Ports Limited

PNG Ports pays over K28m in tax

The payment is expected to assist the Government alleviate the impact of COVID-19 on the country.

The presentation was made this week to the Government by PNG Ports Board Chairman, Kepas Wali.

PNG Ports Limited paid K28, 467, 878.42 million to the government for taxes owing from last year as well as an advance tax payment for this year.

This along with K15 million paid earlier this year, makes PNG Ports one of the few companies to pay such a significant amount during the pandemic and the only company to make an advance tax payment.

​PNG Ports aids HB families

In a statement announcing its support to the Hanuabada fire appeal, chairman Nathaniel Poiya said the ‘Big Village’ was an important stakeholder and the company will help in anyway it can to ease the suffering inflicted on the villagers.

Poiya said this when presenting K20,000 to representatives of the Hanuabada Fire Appeal.

PNG Ports is among several companies to assist following the devastating fire that destroyed 18 homes and displaced more than 200 people.

Poiya and Managing Director, Stanley Alphonse, conveyed their sympathies to them.