The government's inability to reduce tariffs and foreign exchange (FX) crisis will continue to give other West and Central African countries a comparative advantage ahead of Nigeria in the maritime business.
Stakeholders in the maritime sector have blamed the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), terminal operators and shipping companies for the overtime cargos that have continued to linger at the seaports.
Professor of Transport and Logistics, School of Transport and Logistics, Lagos State University (LASU), Odewumi Samuel, has identified policy summersault, high tariffs
The Federal Government has been urged to work with stakeholders to deploy a Customs-driven, port-wide and cloud-based software that will create new operational flows that will eliminate
Indigenous ship owners have accused the Federal Government of exposing the country to the harsh exploitation of foreign shipping lines transporting goods at a very high cost into the country...
Despite the threats COVID-19 pandemic poses to aviation business, global air cargo has recorded a marginal surge in demand, going by the latest survey for the month of July.
The latest report by VesselsValue has revealed that about 275 cargo vessels worth $1 billion were scrapped in the first half of 2021.
9 Oct 2020
Export cargo at the Nigerian Aviation Handling Company (NAHCO) Plc has received a boost with about one million metric tonnes (MT) going overseas monthly from the Lagos terminal.
8 Jul 2020
Clearing agents under aegis of the Association of Nigeria Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA), have bemoaned the arbitrary demand notice slammed on importers
11 Jun 2020
To rescue trapped cargoes and ensure seamless evacuation of containers, the Nigerian Shippers' Council (NSC), has resumed rail operations to APM Terminal,
10 Jun 2020
World airlines yesterday rallied governments to reopen international borders, and give financial bailouts to save economies and airlines from collapse.
5 Jun 2020
The International Air Transport Association (IATA), Tuesday, released data for global air freight markets in April with Nigerian and African airlines