We print what you desire.
print with GPPC for all your Printing needs .
MR. Momodou ceesay
Major Client Service Provided
The Area Councils
Brikama Area Council Market Tickets
Brikama Area Council G.T.R
Banjul City Council – Tickets, G.T.R
Kanifing Municipal Council – GTR – Market Tickets
All the Financial Statements books – Payment Voucher, Cash ledger Books etc.
Directorate of National Treasury
Int. Driving Permit
Prison medical report card
Policy file report
personal file report
case enquiry file
G.A.F Enlistment file
Police witness forms
Prisoner property register
Finger print form
Dentention and release form of prisoner
criminal record card ect.
Ministry of Health
Birth Register Book Hard bound
Referral Register book out
Infant welare card
Antenatal Register etc.
Key Private Jobs
Bakoteh fish market – tickets
UNICEF Birth Certificates for government
Private book Printing
Certificates for N.T.A
private text books
Books for private Schools
Registers for Schools
Examination Answer sheets etc.
According to section 4 (1) and 4 (2) of the national Printing and Stationery corporation (NPSC) (Amendment) Act 2004 providing for the merging of the national printing and stationery corporation (NPSC) with the book Production and material resorces unit (BPMRU), the objects of Gambia printing and Publishing Corportion (GPPC) are but not limited.
5. Transparency / Accountability
1(a) To print and publishing , on a commercial basis, documents for or on behalf of the government , public enterprises and private corporation or any other person.
MANAGING DIRECTOR’S STATEMENT
The Gambia Printing and Publishing Corporation was Established by an act of parliament as a
public enterprise in 2006. The Corporation is the result of a merger of former Book Production and Material Resources Unit (BPMRU) under the Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education charged with the responsibility of providing educational materials (ie teachers guide, pupils texts books etc) for the ministry and National Printing and Publishing Corporation (NPSC) under the central government responsible of providing all necessary printing materials such as Government Treasury receipts (GTR), other revenue materials for both central, local and other government departments and agencies.
The rationale behind this decision is to enhance and centralize the production of Government revenue
materials for efficiency, effectiveness and economy. In addition to fulfilling its responsibilities to government, the Corporation has widened its marketing policy into more private sector focus and concentration. It is evident that the Corporation despite some challenges has captured significant share in this sector. Some of the reasons for this success is attributable to our core competences such as experienced skilled staff and capacity. As the biggest printing and publishing house in the country, the Corporation over the years used its competence to compete in the private sector market thereby increasing its market share on an annual basis. These has not been without challenges but we are determined to surmount with laid down strategies in both short and long time.
The Corporation is committed to providing excellent service delivery and as a result is endeavoring to train its staff in both professional and academic areas with emphasis to technical service spectrum. Commitment to our corporate social responsibilities is unquestionable. Over the years, Gambia Printing and Publishing Corporation has supported many social programs in many areas from educational institutions to medical and Health areas. The Corporation considers the needs of all stakeholders and is concerned about their welfare at all times. The performance of the Corporation both operationally and financially over the most recent years are outstanding. Our going concern issue is unquestionable and our liquidity and gearing rations are desirable.
In the Gambia Printing and Publishing Corporation we are committed to both our vision and mission
as outlined in these statements. We continue to thank all our customers present and prospective for their confidence and patronage and promised to serve them not in how we deemed fit but how they deemed fit.