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  • Ships & Ports: Shipowners get two-year reprieve for ballast water convention
    Ships & Ports: Shipowners get two-year reprieve for ballast water convention 7/11/2017

    Posted by: Ships and Ports, 11th July 2017

    Shipowners have been given a two-year reprieve on the retrofitting of ballast water treatment systems as the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) has decided to delay the implementation of the convention until 2019.

  • Ships & Ports: Amosun, Amaechi parley on Lagos-Kano rail project
    Ships & Ports: Amosun, Amaechi parley on Lagos-Kano rail project 7/11/2017

    Posted by: Ships & Ports, 11th July 2017

    The Ogun State Governor, Ibikunle Amosun, and the Minister for Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, on Monday met to agree on the best engineering design to be used on the right of way and rail alignment at Ijoko axis of the Lagos-Kano rail project.

  • NPA: MD NPA Lauds Non – Oil Export, Pledges Support
    NPA: MD NPA Lauds Non – Oil Export, Pledges Support 7/11/2017

    Posted by: NPA, 11th July 2017

    The Managing Director of Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) Hadiza Bala Usman has assured that the Authority has put in place necessary facilities to play a pivotal role in the Federal Government’s drive to promote the export of solid minerals and Agricultural produce through the nation’s seaports.

  • Business & maritime West Africa: Shippers Council Set To Introduce New Freight Rates
    Business & maritime West Africa: Shippers Council Set To Introduce New Freight Rates 7/11/2017

    Posted by: Roland Ekama, Business & maritime West Africa, 11th july 2017

    Finally, the Nigerian Shippers Council has decided to introduce new freight rates that will be binding for importers and transporters in a bid to reduce the cost of doing business in the ports.

  • The Guardian: Ports scanners vital to 24 hours operations, says Sifax boss
    The Guardian: Ports scanners vital to 24 hours operations, says Sifax boss 7/5/2017

    Posted by: The Guardian, 5th July 2017

    For the Federal Government to achieve the mandate of 24 hours port operations, the Group Executive Vice Chairman, SIFAX Group, Taiwo Afolabi, has stressed the need to revive the ailing cargo scanners at the nation’s seaports.

  • Ships and Ports: NAMA commences implementation of Osinbajo’s Executive Orders
    Ships and Ports: NAMA commences implementation of Osinbajo’s Executive Orders 6/5/2017

    Posted by: Ships and Ports, 5th June 2017

    Ahead of the June 8 deadline for the implementation of the Federal Government’s executive orders on the ease of doing business in the country, the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA), says it has begun the process of implementing the directive.

  • Nigerian Ports Authority Press Release: NPA TO EMBARK ON 24 HOURS PORT OPERATIONS
    Nigerian Ports Authority Press Release: NPA TO EMBARK ON 24 HOURS PORT OPERATIONS 6/5/2017

    Posted by: ROTIMI AMEACHI, Nigerian Ports Authority, 5th June 2017

    The Honorable minister of Transportation RT. Honorable Chibuike Rotimi Ameachi has announced that the Federal Government has directed the Nigerian Port Authority to immediately embark on 24 hours ports operations across the nation’s seaports.

  • Ships & Ports: Haastrup: Terminal operators support review of port concession agreement
    Ships & Ports: Haastrup: Terminal operators support review of port concession agreement 6/5/2017

    Posted by: Ships & Ports, 5th june 2017

    Contrary to insinuations that they may be opposed to moves to review the port concession agreement they signed with the Federal Government in 2006, port terminal operators have said that they actually support the exercise.

  • Business Day: 41 Items: Finally, FG set to lift forex ban on raw materials
    Business Day: 41 Items: Finally, FG set to lift forex ban on raw materials 5/16/2017

    Posted by: Business Day, 16th May 2017

    The Federal Government is set to lift the ban on raw materials that are part of the 41 listed items banned by the Central Bank of Nigeria from accessing foreign exchange at the official window. This follows long deliberations among the regulator, other economic mangers and stakeholders.

  • NAN: NPA takes over reconstruction of Apapa port roads
    NAN: NPA takes over reconstruction of Apapa port roads 5/15/2017

    Posted by NAN, 15th May 2017

    The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) said it would raise N4.3 billion to reconstruct access roads around Apapa Port as port operators withdrew services over poor infrastructure.

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