The Port Authority of Jamaica (PAJ) is a statutory corporation established by the Port Authority Act of 1972. It is the principal maritime agency responsible for the regulation and development of Jamaica’s port and shipping industry. The Port Authority is responsible for the safety of all vessels navigating the ports of entry and regulation of the tariffs charged on goods passing through the public wharves.
In its development role, the PAJ develops and facilitates investments in seaport and supporting infrastructure required for growth in Jamaica’s International Trade, Cruise Tourism, Commerce and related Industries.
The PAJ is actively pursuing initiatives to partner with private sector companies for the development of logistic activities on lands it owns, beside the Kingston Container Terminal (KCT).
If you want to know how you can acquire PAJ lands/assets - see below for step-by-step guidelines on this business process. You may also visit the PAJ website.