Tin Can Island Port
Inferno did not stall NPA’s operations, says Bala Usman
The Managing Director, Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Hadiza Bala Usman, has assured that the setting ablaze of the headquarters did not stall operations of the Authority, assuring that the entire facility is comprehensively insured.
FG reaffirms November delivery date of N73bn Apapa-Oworonshoki expressway project
The Federal Controller of Work in Lagos, Mr Kayode Popoola, has reaffirmed the Federal Government’s commitment to delivering the Apapa/Oshodi/Ojota/Oworonshoki Expressway
Customs exploit process automation at TinCan Port
To facilitate balance of trade through exports, the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), TinCan Island Port Command, has embarked on full automation of exports...
Tincan Island Customs targets N354 billion revenue in 2018
The Nigeria Customs Service, Tin Can Island Port command, has unveiled its strategic plans to meet its revenue target of N354 billion in 2018. Controller of the command, Comptroller Muhammed Baba who made this commitment during his maiden media parley in Lagos....
SIFAX Group boss urges quick fix of TinCan-Coconut road
The Group Executive Vice Chairman, SIFAX Group, Dr. Taiwo Afolabi, has urged the Federal Government to quickly intervene in fixing the Tin-Can/Coconut port access road to avoid imminent shut down of operations of the Port.
Apapa: Again, residents, stakeholders yearn for action
Yearly, the Federal Government rakes in multi-billion naira from its “cash cows” at the Apapa end of the Oshodi/Apapa Expressway, which include Apapa Port and Tin Can Island Port...
Tincan Customs buoys trade facilitation with new scheme
The Nigeria Customs, Tincan Area Command has commenced implementation of conduct of examinations in the terminals to facilitate legitimate trade.The Controller Tincan Island Port, Bashar Y.U, who disclosed this during a stakeholders...
Terminal operators deploy 1,204 cargo handling equipment in eight years
TERMINAL operators at Nigerian seaports acquired not less 1,204 cargo handling equipment between 2006 and 2014. Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) General Manager (Compliance and Monitoring), Joshua Asanga, who disclosed this at a conference in Lagos on “The experience of compliance with concession agreement eight years after,” explained that the equipment acquisition cut across the various terminals at the nation’s six major seaports.