Nigerian Shippers’ Council
Cargo evacuation by rail resumes at Lagos port
To rescue trapped cargoes and ensure seamless evacuation of containers, the Nigerian Shippers' Council (NSC), has resumed rail operations to APM Terminal,
Shippers’ council partners NCDC to curtail spread of COVID-19 to port community
The Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC), has partnered with the Nigerian Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), to contain the spread of COVID-19 in the maritime community.
Shippers’ council seeks resumption of cargo evacuation at APM terminal through railway
For easy evacuation of cargoes, the Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC), has brokered an agreement between Nigerian Railway Corporation (NRC), and the APM Terminal on rail evacuation which had been temporarily suspended.
Clearing agents lament risk, difficulties over cargo clearance
Clearing agents at Lagos ports have expressed displeasure about the difficulties faced in the process of clearing goods, as well as exposure to risk of contacting coronavirus as people failed to observe social distancing.
Shippers Council, Customs partner to ensure compliance to e-Platform
To boost Federal Government’s revenue drive, the Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC), and the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), have partnered to ensure shippers complied with procedures at the seaports
FG approves disbursement of $200m cabotage fund 15 years after
Barely 15 years after the creation of the Cabotage Vessel Financing Fund (CVFF), the Federal Government has approved its disbursement to indigenous shipping operators.
Stakeholders list conditions for benefits of border closure
Stakeholders in the economy have listed critical conditions that the Federal Government must meet for Nigeria to enjoy the full benefits of the border closure.
‘Minimising ports charges will enhance ease of doing business in Nigeria’
The Nigerian Shippers Council (NSC)recently achieved the feat of getting shipping companies in Nigeria to sign a landmark agreement to reduce charges by 35 per cent.
To curb Inflation, Shippers’ Councils rally against surcharges by ship owners
After many years of a barrage of surcharges by foreign ship owners hiding under a number of excuses, shippers in the West and Central Africa are now crying out loud over the excesses of the ship owners. They had endured the rip-off for years just to remain in business