STOAN warns of imminent congestion on Apapa roads
The planned closure of the Marine Bridge and Wharf Road in Apapa, Lagos, concurrently from next week will completely lock down the access roads and spell further doom for the nation’s seaports.
Terminal operators waive N1.5b charges on stranded power equipment containers at port
Container terminal operators in Nigeria have waived a princely sum of N1.5 billion on more than 500 stranded power equipment containers belonging to the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN).
Nigerian Shippers’ Council sheds litigations burden
It was a big sigh of relief for the Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC), as the ports economic regulator scaled through two weighty litigations against Seaports Terminal Operators Association of Nigeria (STOAN), and the shipping companies in separate judgments.
Gridlock on ports’ access roads will reduce in January, says Terminal Operators
The Seaport Terminal Operators Association of Nigeria (STOAN) on Monday said it expected the Apapa gridlock to reduce before the end of January as a result of decline in importation activities.
Terminal operator explains cause of Apapa gridlock
The Chairperson, Seaport Terminal Operators Association of Nigeria (STOAN), Princess Haastrup, has explained the cause of Apapa road gridlock. She said the current reduction in traffic was not due to any deliberate government action, but as a result of a drop in importation. “Now that the 2017 importation peak season is over, the number of…
STOAN kicks against new tank farm in Apapa
The Chairman, STOAN, Princess Vicky Haastrup, in a statement, expressed displeasure over the development, describing the project as a phenomenon that would worsen the current unbearable situation in the ports area.
Resuscitating the blue economy through PPP model
With Nigeria’s economy currently dependent oil resources, recent researches have proven that the nation could be better developed through the economic potential inherent in the maritime sector.
Cargo volume and ports’ operations
It should not be a surprise that the volume of inward and outward cargo via the Nigeria’s sea ports has reduced as reported the other day.
STOAN applauds liberalisation of terminals
Following the recent policy review by the Federal Government in the maritime sector, which guarantees the right of importers to choose terminals or ports of their choice for discharge of their cargo, major operators in Nigeria’s oil .....