The creation of Council for the Regulation of Freight Forwarding in Nigeria(CRFFN) was a deliberate attempt of government to reform…View More CRFFN and burden of leadership
Seven years after conception, the Nigerian Maritime University (NMU), Okerenkoko finally matriculates cadets for maritime studies. Abiola Seun writes. Shipping…View More MAN, Oron: A Catalyst for Manpower Development in Maritime Industry
The Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) says it will soon begin collection of Value Added Tax (VAT) on online transactions.…View More FIRS to impose VAT on online transactions – Fowler
As a way of creating a vibrant economy, a critical stakeholder in the shipping subsector of the maritime industry, Otunba…View More Declare state of emergency on maritime, textile industries – Ship owner tells Buhari
The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has said it had put strategies in place including a legal framework…View More NIMASA building response capabilities to curb piracy, criminalities at sea.
Boeing acknowledged Saturday it had to correct flaws in its 737 MAX flight simulator software used to train pilots, after…View More 737 MAX: Boeing acknowledges flaw in simulator software
The newly remodelled terminal building of the Ibadan Airport has been inaugurated to reposition the nation’s aviation industry. The Minister…View More Ibadan Airport Terminal: PMB’s respect for the ancient city
The Senate Committee on Marine and Transport has given the Nigerian Shippers Council up till Tuesday to submit comprehensive…View More Senate asks Shippers’ Council to submit its 2018 recruitment details.
The Federal Executive Council has approved another N1.8bn for the reconstruction and rehabilitation of buildings at the Agbo Railway Village…View More FEC approves N1.8bn for Railway village rehabilitation
With the increasing rate and spate of insecurity in Nigeria, drastic efforts are required to quickly nip it in the…View More PSSA\CSTG partnership: Nightmare to criminals in Nigeria.
Simulator software that mimics the flying experience of Boeing 737 MAX jets, involved in two fatal crashes has been corrected.…View More Boeing corrects 737 MAX simulator software
By ZION Olalekan The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) has been in the eye of the storm recently over allegations of…View More NPA denies withholding $21.3million, €6,626,429.59 From TSA
Abiola Seun Nigerian vehicle importers now abandoned importation of new and under aged vehicles for importation of overaged and damaged…View More Importers outsmart government on auto policy -as they resort to importation of damaged, overaged vehicles
West Africa Road Transport Union (WARTU), has stated that the only solution to the Apapa perennial gridlock is to…View More Group advocates rail interconnectivity between Tincan and Apapa ports to end gridlock
Abiola seun Danish shipping giant Maersk is to accelerate growth in its Logistics & Services sector through further integration.…View More Maersk eyes logistics growth through integration
Tayo Oladipupo | In the face of lingering insecurity in Nigeria, an indigenous security solution provider, the Perceival Security…View More Perceival Agency partners Chinese firm to curb insecurity in Nigeria
Truck drivers are currently protesting at the Lagos port complex Apapa over alleged extortion by officers of Nigeria Navy and…View More Breaking News: Gunshots Fired As Truck Drivers, Navy Clash at Apapa Port
The Federal Government has condemned the increasingly `unpatriotic and desperate’ opposition politics being played by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)…View More PDP, Atiku sabotaging Buhari’s government
Unilever Nigeria Plc has thrown its weight behind Perceival Security and Safety Agency in the fight against illicit and counterfeit…View More Unilever rally support for PSSA/ CSTG initiative against illicit products and counterfeiting
Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has budgeted the sum of N112.1 billion for 2019 fiscal year. The Director…View More NIMASA to spend N71 billion on maritime projects in 2019.