Nigerian Shippers’ Council Visits ENL Consortium  in Apapa Port
  L-R: Mrs  Rakiya Zubairu, Deputy Director, Public Relations, Nigerian Shippers’ Council and Ms. Ifeoma Ezedinma, Director, Regulatory Services Nigerian Shippers’ Council Hassan Bello, Executive Secretary/CEO, Nigerian Shippers’ Council and Princess Vicky Haastrup, Executive Vice Chairman ENL Consortium Limited, Apapa when the Management of the Council visited the Terminal.... Read more
Coronavirus Pandemic: Shippers’ Council Seeks Solutions to  Demurrage at Ports
…as It Donates N10m to Combat COVID-19, Transports Agents to Ports Comrade Hassan Bello, ES/CEO, Shippers’ Council   As part of measures to cushion the effect of the Covid-19 pandemic on the seaports stakeholders,the Nigerian Shippers’ Council has begun to deliberate with the foreign shipping companies operating in Nigeria... Read more
COVID-19 : Seafarers Welfare Board Seeks Online Support
Otunba Kunle Folarin , Chairman National Seafarers Welfare Board (NSWB) in one of the outfit’s outing.     The Coronavirus Pandemic has in the meantime, suspended the  physical activities of the  National Seafarers Welfare  Board(NSWB) , a non profit organisation established to   provide  shore-based  welfare  services  and  facilities  to ... Read more
NAGAFF Backs NSC for Transporting Forwarders to Ports
Dr Aniebonam, NAGAFF  Founder The Founder of the National Association of Government Approved Freight Forwarders (NAGAFF) , Dr Boniface Aniebonam has supported the Initiative of the Nigerian Shippers’ Council(NSC) at stationing coaster buses in strategic locations in Lagos to transport freight forwarders to  and from the Ports to enable... Read more
NIMASA Appoints Kyanet as New Spokesman
Chief  Kyanet, NIMASA New Image Maker   A new Head, Corporate Communications Unit, Chief  Philip Kyanet ,has been appointed by the Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency(NIMASA) , Dr Bashir Jamoh. He takes over from Mr  Isichei Osamgbi who has been transferred  to the Department... Read more
Covid-19 : NPA Explains Why Lagos Ports  Will Remain Open, Despite Curfew
  By Shola Fadeyi … Assures on Smooth Operations at Lagos Ports …. as Customs Brokers Express Fears on Goods Delivery to Owners’ Warehouses By Shola Fadeyi The Nigerian Ports Authority(NPA ) has justified  the rationale  behind  ensuring that the Lagos seaports remain open , for  the next two... Read more
NIMASA Combats COVID 19, Donates N50m, Ventilators, Other Facilities
Dr Jamoh, NIMASA DG   The new Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency(NIMASA) Dr. Bashir  Jamoh has latched on to the organisation’s Corporate Social Responsibility(CSR)  culture  to express the Authority’s   support  to the Federal Government’s fight against the deadly Coronavirus pandemic. This is as the... Read more
Buhari Directs Lagos Ports to Remain Open despite COVID-19 Outbreak, Curfew
… Imposes Lock down on Abuja, Lagos ,Ogun . Despite the closure of airports and land borders leading to Nigeria, to stem the tide of the Coronavirus Pandemic , President Muhammadu Buhari has  directed that all the seaports in  Lagos should  remain open  and fully operational.This is also in... Read more
COVID-19: ANLCA Seeks Closure of Ports, Waiver of Charges
Nwabunike, ANLCA President   The Association of Nigerian Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA) has called upon the Federal Government to effect a total lockdown of the Nigerian Seaports  as has  been done with the airports and border posts, to curb  the spread  of the Coronavirus Pandemic  while it should prevail... Read more
Coronavirus: NPA Orders Terminal Operators to Suspend Demurrage on Goods
  . …as It Donates Agura Hotel as Isolation Centre                 Bala Usman, NPA MD   The Nigerian Ports Authority has directed all Terminal operators to suspend all applicable terminal storage fees on consignments (demurrage) for an initial period of twenty-one days effective March 23, 2020.                 It said... Read more