…Amounts to N2bn increase from Q1 2020 …IBL paid N1.16bn excise duties up from N891.13m in 2020     Ben Eguzozie

  …Maritime experts expect potentially complicated, lengthy litigation     Ben Eguzozie, in Port Harcourt    

Ben Eguzozie, in Port Harcourt   Calabar Port, one of the seven that make up the much-idled Eastern Ports, came alive for the

  …Litigation to recoup costs could take years …Lesson to more expertise in maritime industry – Nigerian professional  

Onome Amuge The Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC) has issued a one-month registration ultimatum to regulated service providers in the

By Onome Amuge   Nigeria witnessed a decline in the number of vessels that made port calls to the country in 2020 as a total of

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