…say SAA saving ships $225,000 on each call at Lagos ports Nigerian shippers and freight forwarders have called on the federal

The key stakeholders in the shipping industry under the backing of Concerned Freight Forwarders and Transporters (CFFT) have shown

Indications have emerged that global maritime trade is on a downward trend. By Samson Echenim The Review of Maritime Transport 2019,

By Samson Echenim   A maritime industry stakeholders committee set up by the Nigerian Maritime and Safety Agency (NIMASA) on

…as Dakuku canvasses for dedicated cargo ports By Samson Echenim   Nigerian ship owners and other maritime industry stakeholders

Adekunle Oyinloye, group managing director of one of Nigeria’s leading conglomerates, SIFAX Group, has urged businesses on the

By Samson Echenim Recent bid by Nigeria’s NIMASA to ensure that security and sanity returns to the country’s waters has

By Samson Echenim The Taiwo Afolabi Maritime Conference, an annual industry event in Nigeria has been slated for September 13 and will

Nigeria’s seaport economic regulator, the Nigerian Shippers’ Council has set new haulage rates for truckers from the

The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has expressed willingness to partner the Bureau of Public Enterprises