Nigerian Ports Authority
Customs worries over revenue collection on export, raked in N55bn in March
The Apapa Area Command of the Nigeria Customs Service has expressed worry that Nigerian exports may encounter some level of hiccups following the recent directive by the Nigerian Ports Authority
Manufacturers lament return of congestion to Lagos ports
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.
Port operators flay rulers, youths for defending regulators on accidents
Port operators have expressed displeasure over a Lagos barge accident that has attracted traditional rulers and youths from Apapa and Onne Port, stating that it is gradually drifting to politics.
NPA urged to develop 100-year port development plan
The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) has been urged to develop a 100-year port development plan that will continue to respond to the dynamics of the industry and Nigeria’s growth aspirations.
NPA investigates alleged hacking of electronic call-up platform
Barely two weeks into the implementation of the electronic call-up system aimed at restoring sanity to port access roads, there are indications that some truck drivers have hacked...
Truck owners agree to move vehicles off roads, bridges
In preparation for the commencement of the electronic call-up system introduced by the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), the maritime truckers have agreed to move trucks...
Respite on port access roads as NPA’s electronic call-up takes off
There is a sigh of relief on ports access roads now, as the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) kicks off the much-expected electronic call-up system tagged “Eto” on port access roads
NPA in fresh moves to remove containers from roads
The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) has directed shipping companies to henceforth be responsible for the movement of empty containers from their holding bays to the port or face strict sanctions.
NPA threatens to sanction erring terminals
The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) has started sanctioning erring bonded terminals, which engage in container stripping. The NPA, in a memo to stakeholders, said: “Effective, Wednesday, November 25, 2020, the Authority will sanction bonded terminals engaged in container stripping. “The Authority has been inundated with complaints from custom agents about these unacceptable actions, which contribute…