…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,

  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