Funso Olojo | Nigeria has once again lost its bid to win the category C…View More Nigeria loses IMO Elections again.
According to Said Adejumobi, Director for Southern Africa (SRO SA), Economic Commission for Africa (ECA), the blue economy can…View More The Blue Economy: What you need to know
World maritime trade lost momentum in 2018 as heightened uncertainty, escalating tariff tensions between the US and China and…View More Trade tensions, uncertainty hurt global maritime trade – UN report
Funso Olojo. | Indigenous ship owners have curiously but inadvertently worked against the disbursement of controversial Cabotage…View More Exclusive: Why NIMASA handicapped to disburse Cabotage intervention funds
The freight forwarder has been the “go to” industry for shippers wanting to transport goods to international markets. The freight…View More The Changing Role of the Freight Forwarder
Last week, shipping experts around Africa converged on Abuja to discuss numerous surcharges slammed on cargoes bound for West and…View More Shippers’ Council rallies regional forces against indescriminate surcharges by shipping companies
Dapo Olawuni Divergent opinions have continued to trail President Muhammadu Buhari’s…View More Stakeholders’ mixed grill on Forex restrictions on food imports
Funso Olojo Nigeria has taken up the gauntlet against the security threats in the Gulf of…View More Nigeria Spearheads Onslaught Against Maritime Threats In The Gulf of Guinea.
Germany’s Port of Hamburg remains on a growth course, achieving a 4.1 percent advance to 69.4 million tons in seaborne…View More Port of Hamburg’s Cargo volumes continue rising
Segun Oladipupo Contrary to widely-held view that the Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC), the port economic regulator,…View More The role of Shippers’ Council as arbiter between Shippers and Service providers.
Segun Oladipupo The globally accepted practice is that when a vessel brings 500 containers into a…View More Most containers used for imports to Nigeria have expired – Experts
By Dapo Olawuni Managing Director of Nigerian Ports Authority(NPA), Ms Hadiza Bala Usman has disclosed…View More Our challenges to revive Eastern Port – NPA
By Dapo Olawuni | As part of efforts to increase patronage at the dying Eastern Ports of…View More Why NPA tariff slash can’t save Eastern Ports
Abiola Seun | The Chartered Institute of Transport Administration (CIoTA), has said that the Apapa and Tin…View More Apapa, Tin Can Ports over stretched – CIoTA
Since the collapse of scanners at the nation’s seaports and land borders, the Nigeria Customs Service has been using crude…View More Curbing insecurity, importation of contraband goods with Cargo Tracking Note
Abiola Seun The Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) and the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) have urged the…View More AFCTA: Local Manufacturers fear Nigeria may be dumping ground
For three consecutive working days, the nation’s seaports were grounded by the Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN) over their…View More Three-day port workers strike: Port users mourn over N100bn lost to the strike
Segun Oladipupo The Federal Government has reportedly lost over N130 billion to the suspended Maritime Workers’ Union of Nigeria…View More MWUN strike: Effect on the Nigerian economy
Participants at the roundtable discussion on the consistent implementation of the 0.50% sulphur limit agreed on the need to continue…View More Counting down to sulphur 2020: Limiting air pollution from ships; protecting human health and the environment
In the last three years, the number of death caused by fallen containers have continue to rise. Abiola Seun writes.…View More Container -laden trucks: The mobile death on highway