Nigerian importers are to get benefit from a relief in fees following a directive issued by the Nigerian Ports Authority to all

As expected, all the government agencies and some big operators in the maritime industry embarked on partial shutdown last week,

ANLCA meets NPA on essential cargoes after Buhari locks down Lagos Following the directive by President Muhammadu Buhari to the Lagos

Nigeria cannot afford to shut down her seaports despite the impact of the coronavirus which has begin to take a toll on the

Government agencies in the maritime sub-sector have been charged to provide safety kits for journalists who cover the activities of

  Last week, news broke on international media that Ports & Cargo Handling Services Limited, the flagship company of SIFAX Group

…says only FG, not NASS can return SON to seaports A return of the Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) to the seaports will

The Association of Nigerian Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA), the country’s largest association of customs licensed agents, has

By Samson Echenim Emmanuel Ilori, chairman of the Ship Registry Committee, has urged the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety

The world container composite index (WCI) has decreased 4.1 percent this week. The container index also dropped by 0.6 percent when