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24 Dec
The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) says it is expecting 27, ships laden with petroleum products, food items and others from Dec. 24 to Jan. 5.
22 Dec
Over 1, 000 cargoes imported into the country have been trapped at Apapa and Tin-Can Island Ports as Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) Internet server experiences another round of downtime.
29 Nov
Where problems exist and persist there are usually opportunities. Such is the case of the perennial issues with the Lagos ports where the vessels, trucks, and cargo congestions persist.
3 Nov
The Federal Government has been tasked to seek alternative solutions to the unending perennial gridlock at the Lagos ports corridors, which according to the organised private sector, costs the economy about N2 trillion loss yearly.
31 Oct
SIFAX Inland Container Terminal, an off-dock terminal owned by SIFAX Group, has recorded over 33,500 TEUs in its first year of operations.
16 Jul 2021
The deployment of new technologies to support the efficiency of an electronic call-up system otherwise known as ‘Eto’ has halted malpractices on the scheme and enhanced smooth evacuation
9 Jun 2021
Investigations have shown that security operatives extort about N175 million daily from truck drivers at the various illegal toll points mounted along the Lagos ports
9 Jun 2021
The Comptroller-General Strike Force Unit of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has intercepted unregistered and fake drugs imported into the country through the country’s seaport.
30 Mar 2021
Manufacturing firms under the aegis of the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) lamented the return of congestion to the gateways of the country's busiest seaports.
12 Mar 2021
The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) on Friday said 20 ships were discharging bulk wheat, bulk gypsum, general cargo, frozen fish, container, base oil, bulk clinker and petrol at the Lagos ports.
19 Aug 2020
Nigerian importers have decried the huge surcharge imposed on them by international shipping firms for cargoes brought into the country.
12 Feb 2020
The Federal Government has been urged to declare a state of emergency on Lagos ports including Apapa and TinCan, to enhance efficiency in import and export activities.

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