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12 Aug 2015
THE President of Women International Shipping and Trading Association (WISTA Nigeria), Mrs Jean Chiazor Anishere has been elected 1st Vice President of Women in Maritime in Africa (WIMAFRICA). Anishere was elected at the just concluded activities marking the Africa Union celebration of Africa’s Ocean and Seas in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
11 Aug 2015
BETWEEN January and June, this year, the Federal Operations Unit (FOU) of Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Zone "C" Owerri arrested 30 suspects and recovered N24.2million under-payment Speaking on the performance of the unit within the period, Customs Area Controller (CAC), Comptroller Dimka Victor David, also disclosed that 48 seizures was recorded.
11 Aug 2015
TRUCK Transit Park’s (TTP) partnership with Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) is crucial to the operations of Kaduna Inland Container Depot (ICD), Executive Secretary of Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC), Hassan Bello has said.
4 Aug 2015
THE Nigerian Shippers Council (NSC) has reaffirmed the commitment of the Federal Government to ensure efficiency at Nigerian Ports. Speaking at a one-day conference on Review of port concession agreement in Lagos, the Executive Secretary of NSC, Hassan Bello said the global competitiveness of Nigerian ports would go a long way in attracting foreign investment.…
4 Aug 2015
• Task Buhari on dredging scheme THE Controversy surrounding the dredging of Calabar Port Channel and indiscriminate parking of petroleum tankers along the Export Processing Zone (EPZ) has continued unabated. Meanwhile, some stakeholders on Monday reiterated the need for President Muhammadu Buhari to investigate thoroughly all transactions surrounding the dredging of the ports’ water channel.…
4 Aug 2015
BETWEEN January and June this year, the Federal Operations Units (FOU) Zone ‘A’ Ikeja, impounded 195 vehicles consisting of 95 ‘scraps’ valued at N228.2million, payable duty of N79.6 million and Duty Paid Value (DPV) of N308.1million. Also within the period, the unit confiscated 22,742 bags of rice valued at N113.5million with a payable duty of…
4 Aug 2015
CITING unsavory pangs of the items on human health and the economy, the Federal Government has intensified clampdown on imported poultry products. According to the Government, the smuggled items contain health-damaging formalin, used essentially in preserving them. This discovery, which could harm the nation’s human capital, prompted the authorities to further step up efforts at…
29 Jul 2015
PORTS form part of essential services that must remain open at all times including weekends and public holidays, the Seaport Terminal Operators Association of Nigeria (STOAN) has said. In a statement issued at the weekend, STOAN explained that the concession agreement stipulates 24/7 round the clock operation at the ports, a position reinforced by former…
29 Jul 2015
THE Managing Director of Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Sanusi Lamido Ado Bayero has pledged to partner stakeholders in Eastern Ports when implementing policies affecting the zone. Speaking during his maiden visit and interactive session with NPA staff and other stakeholders in Eastern Ports, Bayero emphasized need for staff to work together as a team. Bayero…
29 Jul 2015
FOR the past eight months, Global oil prices have fallen drastically, leading to revenue shortfalls in some energy exporting countries including Nigeria. The Federal Government seems to understand the implication of this development on Nigeria’s economy and has repeatedly canvassed need to diversify and create other sources of income. Besides, demand for Nigeria’s oil in…
28 Jul 2015
PORTS form part of essential services that must remain open at all times including weekends and public holidays, the Seaport Terminal Operators Association of Nigeria (STOAN) has said. In a statement issued at the weekend, STOAN explained that the concession agreement stipulates 24/7 round the clock operation at the ports, a position reinforced by former…
21 Jul 2015
CHINA shipping industry (Jiangsu) has concluded a deal with Trade and Transport from Greece on the construction of two LR2 tankers and two Suezmax tankers. The 114,000 dwt LR2 tankers in this deal are 250 m long, 44 m wide with draft of 13.5 m, and adopt Man B&W 6G60ME-C9.5 as the main engine. The…

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