Truck owners and operators under the aegis of the Council of Maritime Truck Unions and Associations (COMTUA) have condemned harsh government policies, which frustrate indigenous firms and ‘hand over’ haulage business to foreigners.
It’s Cheap Blackmail, Says MWUN Truckers under the aegis of the Council Of Maritime Transport Unions And Associations (COMTUA) have cried out over the outrageous extortions from over 50 illegal checkpoints along the ports access roads in Apapa, Lagos. The group, in a statement by its National President, Adeyinka Aroyewun, alleged that some…
30 Nov 2022
To improve cargo and haulage movement in Nigeria, there must be establishment of standard repair plants, outsourcing development of standard low-cost transit parks, and increase in warehouse and storage capacity.
28 Nov 2022
The Guardian maritime reporter, Adaku Onyenucheya, has received the Council of Maritime Transport Unions and Associations (COMTUA) 2022 Media Personality of The Year Award (print category).
22 Nov 2022
The Council of Maritime Truck Unions and Associations (COMTUA) is set to honour government officials, agencies and individuals who have contributed to the growth and development of trucking, haulage and logistics business in Nigeria at its 2022 yearly congress. The congress, which would hold on November 25 in Ikeja, Lagos, will honour the Vice President,…
7 Sep 2022
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.
12 Jul 2022
The Council of Maritime Transport Unions and Associations (COMTUA) has vowed to recover over N40 billion collected by the management of the Nigerian Ports Authority...
4 May 2022
As the Nigerian Customs Service (NCS) resumes implementation of the controversial vehicle identification number (VIN) valuation on imported vehicles, clearing agents under the aegis of the Association of Nigerian Licensed Customs Agents
23 Mar 2022
Truck owners operating in the nation’s maritime industry have lamented government’s neglect and disregard for haulage operators, threatening that an increase in the cost of cargo movement is imminent.
23 Feb 2022
Messrs Truck Transit Park Limited (TTP) and the Council of Maritime Trucks Union Associations (COMTUA) have disagreed over what they called monopoly of the Nigerian Ports Authority ...
17 Feb 2022
The Nigerian Shipper’s Council (NSC), on Thursday in Lagos, said non-state actors (touts) would be removed from the corridor of the port.
15 Feb 2022
Truck owners and drivers have suspended their planned withdrawal of services as well as a peaceful protest at the Lagos seaports over the unsatisfactory handling of the electronic call-up system.