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7 Sep
APM Terminals Apapa has set a new safety record at the port, as it recorded 400 days no Lost Time Injury (LTI).
7 Sep
The Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of the National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA), Dr. George Moghalu, has said that the huge opportunities that abound in the nation’s inland waterways could only be maximised if there is sufficient funding and concerted efforts are made to develop the infrastructure.
7 Sep
The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has commenced the maritime labour electronic platform for the seamless registration, regulation and collation of data of dockworkers, seafarers, stevedoring companies, seafarer employers, Jetties, terminal operators and offshore platforms or terminals.
7 Sep
Ismail Yusuf is the Managing Director of Inland Containers Nigeria Limited (ICNL), parent company of Kaduna Inland Dry Port.
7 Sep
The leadership of the Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN) has set September 12 as the deadline to flush out unregistered personnel working as tally clerks and on-board security men from the ports.
7 Sep
Stakeholders have demanded an end to ocean shipping pollution, which has substantially affected port community members.
7 Sep
Truck owners and drivers under the aegis of the Council of Maritime Transport Union and Association (COMTUA) have decried alleged illegal activities of the Nigerian Army in the ports corridor.
7 Sep
Importation of vehicles into Nigerian ports and onward transmission to bonded terminals have continuously been characterised by theft of car batteries, catalysts, keys and sensors as well as vandalism at various levels.
7 Sep
About 95 per cent of Nigerian ship chandlers are no longer in the business due to financial burden and lack of support from the government to compete with foreigners.
2 Sep
Manager of the APM Terminals Apapa, Steen Knudsen, has linked the construction of a new standard gauge line to a potential boost of the economy, as the infrastructure would provide a cost-efficient means of moving cargo from the port.
31 Aug
The registered Board of Trustee (BoT) of the Association of Nigerian Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA) has said the inauguration of an interim national executive following the dissolution of the national leadership after their tenure elapsed was to resolve the lingering crisis in the association that has crippled activities of clearing agents at the ports.    The…
31 Aug
The Togolese Minister of Maritime Economy, Fisheries and Coastal Protection, Edem Kokou Tengue, has pledged the country’s support towards the Maritime Organisation of West and Central Africa

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