Princess Vicky Haastrup
Terminal operators urge customs to deploy technology for cargo examination
The Seaport Terminal Operators Association of Nigeria (STOAN), has decried the high rate of manual examination of cargoes at the nation’s seaports urging the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) to deploy technology to drive the process.
Terminal operator harps on safety at seaports
The Executive Vice Chairman/CEO of ENL Consortium, Princess Vicky Haastrup, has stressed the need for port operators and dockworkers to remain safe and guard against the spread of COVID-19.
Terminal operators seek relocation of Apapa tank farms
In the wake of the recent explosion in Abule Ado area of Lagos, the Chairman, Seaport Terminal Operators Association of Nigeria (STOAN), Princess Vicky Haastrup, has urged the Federal Government to relocate the petroleum depots, otherwise called tank farms, from Apapa.
Terminal operators want ports to remain open
Chairman, Seaport Terminal Operators Association of Nigeria (STOAN), Princess Vicky Haastrup, has stressed the need for the nation’s seaports to remain open...
‘Manual processes, overtime goods hamper port efficiency’
The efficiency of Nigerian seaports is being hampered by poor port access roads, manual cargo examination by the Nigeria Customs Service, and the preponderance of overtime goods, according to the Seaport Terminal Operators Association of Nigeria...
‘Nigeria needs law regulating use of plastic, protect oceans’
Considering the huge impact of plastic pollution on the oceans and aquatic lives, the Federal Government has been urged to enact a law regulating the use, disposal of plastics and protect the marines. Globally, indiscriminate disposal of plastic is at the front burner, even as the United Nations estimated that about 5.25 million plastic particles…
Importers, operators count losses from ports infrastructure decay
It is no longer business as usual at the Apapa and Tincan seaports in Lagos, as importers, terminal operators, and clearing agents continue to count their losses to prevailing infrastructure decay that have almost grounded activities at the nation’s gateways.
Losses mount, chaos reigns as infrastructure decay robs Lagos ports of shine
The answer is a big no, and I will give you an example with what is happening in our firm ENL Consortium Limited as I speak to you. When you have cargoes in your stacking area for a long time, your ability to handle more ships is actually incapacitated.
Infrastructure deficit jeopardises ease of doing business
The Chairman, Seaport Terminal Operators Association of Nigeria (STOAN), Princess Vicky Haastrup has said that Nigeria will continue to rank poorly on the global Ease of Doing Business...