By Onome Amuge   The Shippers Association Lagos State (SALS), has warned of a deadlier second wave of the covid-19 pandemic,
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  60% equity to accrue to investors; state, FG to retain 20% each     Oil-rich Akwa Ibom State’s deep seaport, a $4.2

By Charles Abuede   Total imports up 33.77% to N5.3trn in Q3’20 Total exports up 34.85% in Q3’20 to N2.9trn, but down 43.41% on

Indigenous shipping companies who have for decades been clamouring to get their hands on the lucrative wet cargo trade can now heave a

Chris Bellamy, a top British professor emeritus of maritime security at the University of Greenwich, United Kingdom, has hailed what

… Welcome first largest container vessel at Onne Port Ben Eguzozie, in Port Harcourt Operators of commercial shipping in Nigeria

The hitherto dormant Port Harcourt port may soon bounce into increased maritime activity, in a new government policy to put back the

Importers and exporters under the aegis of West African Association of Cross Border Trade have called for collaboration with the

APM Terminals Apapa and Nigerian Railway Corporation (NRC) have restored the evacuation of containers by rail from the Lagos Port

The Nigerian Shipper’s Council hs begun implementation of a new standards operations procedure (SOP) for evacuation of cargo by