Seaport Terminal Operators Association of Nigeria
2 days ago
Seaport Terminal Operators Association of Nigeria (STOAN) has said importers prefer taking their cargoes directly from the ports than sending them to bonded terminals as they add to the costs of importation.
The Federal Government has been urged to work with stakeholders to deploy a Customs-driven, port-wide and cloud-based software that will create new operational flows that will eliminate
21 Aug 2019
Contrary to widely held notion, Seaport Terminal Operators Association of Nigeria (STOAN), has declared that the Lagos Port Complex, Apapa, and the Tin Can Island Port Complex, both in Lagos, are not congested.
19 Jun 2019
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…
8 Jan 2018
The Chairperson, Seaport Terminal Operators Association of Nigeria (STOAN), Princess Haastrup, has explained the cause of Apapa road gridlock. She said the current reduction in traffic was not due to any deliberate government action, but as a result of a drop in importation. “Now that the 2017 importation peak season is over, the number of…
1 Jul 2016
Operators in the maritime sector have adopted new strategies to provide efficient alternatives for dispute resolution of maritime disputes in Nigeria through of arbitration proceedings ...
22 Mar 2015
TERMINAL operators have listed the incessant removal of management of government agencies in the nation’s maritime industry as one of the constraints they have been facing since they took over the port in 2006, saying such removals have been based on political patronage rather than professionalism. They said the attitude of the government was affecting policy implementation, as it does not encourage continuity and international best practice.