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  • Ships & Ports: EU, Nigeria trade stands at €19.9bn in 2016
    Ships & Ports: EU, Nigeria trade stands at €19.9bn in 2016 9/21/2017

    Posted by: Patience Danjuma, Ships & Ports, 21st September 2017

    Multilateral trade between Nigeria and European Union member states stood at 19.9 billion Euros in 2016, Fillippo Amato, the Union’s Head of Trade and Economic Sector, has said.

  • The Guardian: NPA works to increase safety and security on Nigeria’s territorial waters
    The Guardian: NPA works to increase safety and security on Nigeria’s territorial waters 9/20/2017

    Posted by: Sulaimon Salau, 20th September 2017

    The Managing Director of the NPA, Hadiza Bala Usman, disclosed that the NPA is addressing safety and security of operations and activities on the national terrirotial waters his during the visit of the Federal Government’s team for the implementation of the Harmonised Standard Operating Procedure on the arrest, detention and prosecution of offenders in the maritime environment, to the NPA corporate headquarters in Marina, Lagos.

  • Vanguard: Awolowo attributes exports rise of 3.2% in Q2 to economic diversification
    Vanguard: Awolowo attributes exports rise of 3.2% in Q2 to economic diversification 9/17/2017

    Posted by: Vanguard, 17th September 2017

    Mr Olusegun Awolowo, Executive Director, Nigerian Export Promotion Council (NEPC) says Nigeria’s exports appreciation by 3.2 per cent confirmed that the present administration’s economic diversification is paying-off.

  • Vanguard: NIMASA to partner NIWA to develop inland waterways
    Vanguard: NIMASA to partner NIWA to develop inland waterways 9/17/2017

    Posted by: Vanguard, 17th September 2017

    Nigeria Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has pledged to partner with National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA) to develop and make the nation’s inland water ways economically viable, NIMASA Chairman, Retired Maj -Gen. Jonathan Garba, said.

  • Business and Maritime West Africa: Nigeria Records N3b Exports In Q2, 2017
    Business and Maritime West Africa: Nigeria Records N3b Exports In Q2, 2017 9/14/2017

    Posted by: Business and Maritime West Africa, Thursday 14th September 2017

    The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said  Nigeria’s total export value stood at N3,102 billion in the second quarter, representing a marginal increase over the first quarter.

  • pizonanews: Naira appreciation boosts raw materials import, activity in seaports
    pizonanews: Naira appreciation boosts raw materials import, activity in seaports 7/19/2017

    Posted by: pizonanews, 19th of July 2017

    After a really tough 2016, operators on the nation’s seaports are seeing their enterprise decide up once more, resulting from a rise in the quantity of imported raw materials, spurred by appreciation of the naira.
    Industry gamers have attributed a gradual enhance in import volumes and delivery site visitors to the slight enchancment in the soundness of naira in the international trade market because the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) began making marked efforts to enhance greenback provide.

  • 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.

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