Still counting the real cost of 2019 general elections
This year’s general elections may have been concluded technically, with supplementary elections yet to be held in some states notwithstanding. The February 23 Presidential and National Assembly first leg of the exercise may have set the pattern for which subsequent ones would follow after being shifted for one week on election day, February 16, by…
Shipping firm increases freight rates to Nigeria
Fifth Largest shipping company in the world, Hapag-Lloyd, has increased its freight rate with the review of Peak Season Surcharge (PSS) on all container types originating from anywhere in the world to Tin Can Island, and Apapa ports in Lagos, Nigeria. The review it said is to enable it, “maintain a continued high level of…
21 ships carrying various products expected at Lagos ports
The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) says it is expecting 21 ships to bring petroleum products, food and other goods from Feb. 18 to Feb. 26 at Apapa and Tin Can Island Ports. The NPA made the announcement on Monday in its daily publication, ‘Shipping Position’. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that one of…
Crisis rocks ANCLA as new group emerges
The lingering crisis rocking the Association of Nigeria Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA), has led to the birthed a new group, which emerged, from nine chapters...
Stakeholders seek traffic management plan for Apapa/Wharf Road
Presenting a communiqué at the end of the meeting, the Federal Controller for Works, Lagos state, Godwin Eke and a Consultant of AG Dangote Construction Company Limited, Kayode Opeifa agreed to remove all parked trailers on the road immediately.
28 ships laden with petroleum products, food items, to arrive Lagos
Twenty eight ships laden with petroleum products, food items and other goods are expected to arrive Apapa and Tin-Can Island ports in Lagos from Oct. 17 to Nov. 5.
27 ships with petroleum products, others to arrive at Lagos ports
Barring any unforeseen circumstances, about 27 vessels laden with petroleum products and other commodities are expected to arrive Apapa and Tin Can Island ports, going by the facts from the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA).
Export of agric products now enhances Nigeria's revenue profile, says Customs Comptroller
Mr Zakari Nasiru, the Deputy Comptroller (Exports) at Tin Can Island, says export of agricultural products has now enhanced Nigeria's revenue profile.
Tin-Can Island Customs generate N130.76bn in 7 months
A statement by the command on Monday in Lagos said that the Customs Area Controller, Comptroller Yusuf Bashar, made the disclosure while exchanging views with some stakeholders in his office.