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SIFAX off dock boss now CILT fellow

By Sulaimon Salau
16 October 2022   |   2:37 am
Executive Director, SIFAX Off Dock Nigeria Limited, Captain Ibraheem Olugbade, has been conferred with the fellowship of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport Nigeria.

Chairman, CILT 2022 Conference Planning Committee, Prof. Kayode Oyesiku (left); Executive Director, SIFAX Off Dock, Capt. Ibraheem Olugbade; and the Executive Vice Chairman, ENL Consortium, Princess Vicky Haastrup, at the forum where the Sifax boss was conferred with fellow of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport of Nigeria.<br />

Executive Director, SIFAX Off Dock Nigeria Limited, Captain Ibraheem Olugbade, has been conferred with the fellowship of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport Nigeria.

  
President of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, Mrs. Mfon Usoro, at the event held in Lagos, said the new awardees comprise leading figures who have distinguished themselves in the area of logistics and transport over the years in their various organisations.
  
Olugbade, who has been a transport and logistics expert with over 30 years of experience, is currently the Executive Director overseeing all the SIFAX Group’s inland container depots. 
  
He was Nigeria’s erstwhile Alternate Permanent Representative to the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) in London between 2011 and 2016.
 
 
He holds a Post-Graduate Diploma in Maritime Transport Management from the Nautical Institute for Technology, Rivers State University of Science & Technology, Port Harcourt and Master Class Revalidation Certificates from the University of Tasmania, Australia and Australian Maritime College Launceston, Tasmania. He also possesses a 1st Mate & 2nd Mate Certificate of Competency from Arab Maritime Transport Academy, Alexandria, Egypt and a National Diploma in Nautical Science from the Maritime Academy of Nigeria.

His professional experience spanned various maritime organisations both locally and internationally, including the Nigerian National Shipping Lines (NNSL); the Nigerian Ports Authority, where he served variously as an Harbour Master in different Nigerian ports and rose to become an Assistant General Manager; and Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, where he was Deputy Director, Maritime Survey & Certification and Director, Maritime Safety & Security.
  
Olugbade, while reacting to the honour, lauded CILT for the recognition and promised to contribute more to the development of the maritime industry and be a good ambassador of the institute.

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