APM Terminals preaches gender diversity in economic development
APM Terminals Apapa Limited has challenged qualified women professionals to take their right place in Nigeria’s economic development, and should not be hindered by gender biases.
Hope dims for higher Asia-West Africa container trade
Carriers in the Asia to West Africa container trade may experience another bout of poor demand trend this operating year, as the container traffic on the route continues to decline.
Echoes of change rocks maritime adminstration agency
When the Federal Government introduced the ‘change’ mantra to the maritime sector, the first point of focus was the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), which was engulfed in series of corrupt practices before coming into power of this political dispensation.
Nigeria should control 95 % of cargo in West/Central Africa
A Maritime expert, Mr Lucky Amiwero, on Monday in Lagos, called for urgent establishment of deep sea ports for Nigeria to control over 95 per cent of cargo within the West and Central Africa sub-region.
NPA’s new spokesman assumes office
The Principal Manager, Public Affairs of NPA, Mr Ibrahim Nasiru, said on Friday that Nduonofit took over from Chief Michael Ajayi, who retired and handed over the mantle at the Corporate Headquarters of NPA in Lagos.
NPA extols Michael Ajayi’s virtues as he bows out
Amid pomp and pageantry, some top management executives, friends and relatives of Chief Michael Kayode Ajayi bade him farewell from the Nigerian Ports Authority after about 24 years of meritorious service.
LADOL, Samsung prepare to receive $3.8b Egina FPSO
Already, LADOL has further dredged its waters to about 11.5 meters depth to allow for a confortable sail away of the giant vessel that would be coming from Geoje, South Korea.
Maersk takes CSR to classrooms, donates books to school in Lagos
Maersk Nigeria Limited demonstrated its commitment to supporting the community through its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programmes as it donated 1,000 exercise books to State Nursery and Primary School, Arakan Barracks, Apapa.
Nigerian ports get improved safety standards
The United States Coast Guard (USCG) has declared that safety status of the Nigerian ports as improving, commending the level of compliance with International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code.
New IMO rule to cost shippers $60billion yearly
There are indications that the new rules by the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) would cost shipping firms additional $60 billion yearly, as the industry tilts towards cleaner fuel for water transport.