Rather than celebrating, Nigerian businesses are currently at a crossroad over what the future of the country holds for them, having had their fair share of the troubled economy in the last few decades.
Industry leaders have doubted the transparency and efficiency of the Nigeria Customs Service’s (NCS) electronic auctioning of seized items.
31 Jul 2022
The Nigeria Customs Service Bill 2022, which is currently before the National Assembly, is proposing a new Minister of Customs, as against the Ministry of Finance...
27 Jul 2022
The President, National Council of Managing Director of Licensed Customs Agents (NCMDLCA), Lucky Amiwero, has urged President Muhammadu Buhari and the Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning
23 Mar 2022
The lack of legislative implementation of policies for the development of indigenous operation/capacity and employment generation in the country by government agencies has adversely affected the growth of the maritime sector, which encourages multinationals to dominate Nigeria’s maritime trade.
4 Feb 2022
The President, National Council of Managing Director of Licensed Customs Agents (NCMDLCA), Lucky Amiwero, has described the introduction of the e-valuator and e-invoicing for import and export by the Central Bank of Nigeria...
12 Jan 2022
There are concerns about the proposed Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) Reform Bill as stakeholders said it negates best practices on administration, control and management of trade/customs.
20 Oct 2021
Nigeria has continued to lose large merchant vessels to neighbouring countries as the inability to develop deep seaports among other challenges scare shipping companies...
27 Sep 2021
When you are talking about a hub port, what is a hub? You know, within the West and Central African sub-region, we need two hub ports; and why do they call them hub ports? A centre where bigger vessels can come and drop their cargoes and you can now send...
15 Sep 2021
The leadership of the National Council of Managing Director of Licensed Customs Agents (NCMDLCA) has lauded the efforts of the Tincan Island Port Complex (TIPC) management for the innovative measures at ensuring sanity at the port corridor.
25 Aug 2021
The National Council of Managing Directors of Licensed Agents (NCMDLCA) has called for Federal Government’s intervention over the refusal of terminal operators and shipping companies to refund the 35 days demurrage waiver.....
4 Aug 2021
There are palpable fears in the maritime industry that the Central Bank of Nigeria’s (CBN’s) suspension of the sale of foreign exchange (forex) to bureau de change...