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26 Oct
Three months after regulators quietly approved an increment in fuel prices, following claims by marketers that they can no longer sustain operations and sell at the regulated price of N165 per litre...
26 Oct
There are worries over the rising level of greenhouse gas emissions in the transport ecosystem with its devastating effect on climate change.
12 Oct
Stakeholders have called for implementation of innovative strategies that will develop the logistics and transport sector, especially as the world is moving towards decarbonisation.
15 Sep
Red Star Express has expressed worries over the spate of insecurity in the country, saying that the challenge has impacted the logistics business negatively in the country.
28 Aug
The Lagos State Government has perfected plans to create wealth for more than five million people, feed more than 10 million Lagosians, guarantee food supplies for at least 90 days
8 Jul
Energy and financial experts are worried over sustainable financing for Africa, especially in the energy sector, stressing that Africa risks a yearly $415 billion economic loss
23 Jun
To reposition its company to become a world-class conglomerate, Odu'a Investment Company Limited has said it’s targeting up to N40 billion Profit After Tax (PAT) by the year 2035.
9 Jun
Pfizer announced its new commitment to providing vaccines, both current and future vaccines, on a non-profit basis to 1.2 billion people living in the 45 lower-income countries
30 Apr
Nigeria's logistics start-up has launched a new logistics service and online delivery app, AMATNow, in Istanbul, Turkey.
1 Dec 2021
Professor of Transport and Logistics, School of Transport and Logistics, Lagos State University (LASU), Odewumi Samuel, has identified policy summersault, high tariffs
26 Nov 2021
To encourage best practices in the logistics business, Lafarge Africa Plc, at a two-day capacity-building event tagged, The Transporters’ Summit, has empowered its independent transport partners
19 May 2021
Stakeholders in the transport and logistics sector have called on the government to create policies that would liberalise the sector while easing freight movement in the country.

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