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  • 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.

  • Ships & Ports: FG to review CBN’s restriction on 41 items
    Ships & Ports: FG to review CBN’s restriction on 41 items 5/3/2017

    Posted by: Ships & Ports, 3 May 2017

    Nigeria aims to end its use of a list of 41 import items for which local firms cannot get hard currency from the Central Bank and instead focus on trade policy-driven curbs on access to hard currency, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo said on Tuesday.

  • The Guardian: Pathway to effective trade facilitation, by APM Terminals boss
    The Guardian: Pathway to effective trade facilitation, by APM Terminals boss 5/3/2017

    Posted by: The guardian, 3rd may 2017

    The Country Manager of APM Terminals Nigeria, David Skov has highlighted four principles, which he said are capable of facilitating trade in the country.

  • Proshare: Concession of Nigerian Transportation Sector
    Proshare: Concession of Nigerian Transportation Sector 5/3/2017

    Posted by: Proshare, Wednesday 3rd May 2017

    The Minister  for  Transport  Rt. Hon. Rotimi Amaechi has assured investors that the Buhari administration is committed to the “Sanctity of Contracts”, in the area of concession of projects  in the country.  He stated this at the roundtable on Transportation, organized by the Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce in Lagos.

  • Expert tasks maritime engineers on infrastructure development
    Expert tasks maritime engineers on infrastructure development 1/5/2017

    Posted by: The Guardian, 03rd January, 2017

    As the country continues to explore new ways to diversify the economy and increase the revenue base of government at all levels, Engineers in the nation have been advised to impact the lives of Nigerians through the application of engineering and technology through investing in infrastructure and modern maritime best practices.

  • Nigerian Ports Authority To Improve Operational Efficiency
    Nigerian Ports Authority To Improve Operational Efficiency 1/5/2017

    Posted by: Channels, 14th December, 2016

    Managing Director of the Nigeria Ports Authority, Hadiza Usman, has hinted that the agency’s priority along with the federal government is to improve its operational efficiency.

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