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Covid-19: Shipping operators flout FG’s directives on waivers

There is uncertainty at the nation’s seaports over the Federal Government’s directives, issued through the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), to terminal operators...

Clearing agents lament risk, difficulties over cargo clearance

Clearing agents at Lagos ports have expressed displeasure about the difficulties faced in the process of clearing goods, as well as exposure...

NIMASA donates ventilators, response vessels, ambulance to Lagos State

…As Jamoh charges media on awareness The Director General, of Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) Dr. Bashir...

IMO seeks essential personnel status for seafarers

IMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim has asked the United Nations system agencies to support IMO in its request to governments to declare seafarers,...

Apapa, Tin Can Ports to continue operations amid covid-19 lockdown

…As NPA suspends demurrage …NCDC clarifies confirmed cases on vessels In line with the mandate of the International...

NPA, NCDC bicker as Nigeria imposes vessel restrictions

...Ports Authority, disagree over suspected cases onboard Nigeria will only allow cargo vessels that have been at sea for...

Samsung Heavy Industries expands Lagos shipyard

With a new land lease from the Nigerian Port Authority (NPA), Samsung Heavy Industries Nigeria (SHIN) has said its fabrication and integration...

COVID-19: IMO advocates sustained shipping, improved seafarers’ welfare

In an address on 20 March IMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim stressed the vital need to maintain commerce by sea and protect seafarers’...

Reps commend Navy for improved maritime security

The House of Representatives Committee on Navy has commended the Eastern Naval Command of the Nigerian Navy for maintaining steady presence at...

Vessel configuration bars female cadets from seatime training

The Ship-owners Association of Nigeria (SOAN) has revealed that some of its members could not take some Cadets of the Maritime Academy...

Again, Maritime Workers threaten strike

The Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN) has said it will declare a strike action if the Shipping Association of Nigeria (SAN)...

Rivers Port to receive first ever RoRo vessel

Rivers Port is set to receive its first ever RoRo vessel from the United States in April owing to the ongoing reforms...
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