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60% drop in vehicle importation caused by high duties – PTML

The Ports & Terminal Multipurpose Limited has attributed the 60% decline in

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Customs modernisation to promote faster cargo clearance – Master Mariner

The Nigerian Association of Master Mariners has stated that the Federal Government's

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NPA, Barge operators partner for seamless export cargo evacuation

The Nigerian Ports Authority is in discussion with the Barge Operators Association

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Maritime stakeholders reveal Nigeria loses trillions annually

Maritime stakeholders have said that the country loses N1 trillion annually due

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FG to launch Funtua Inland Dry Port Thursday

The Federal Government has formally concluded its plans for the inauguration of

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Nigeria, others sum up 7.8% of global seafarers – ITF

Nigeria and other African countries account for only 78,000, or 7.8 percent,

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Shippers council corporative pay out N71m dividend

The Nigerian Shippers' Council Staff Corporative Society has disclosed that it paid

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Ports Authority forecasts N629.89bn revenue in 2024

The Managing Director of the Nigerian Ports Authority, Mr. Mohammed Bello-Koko, projected

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Exchange rate for cargo clearance hits N1605.8/$1

The Central Bank of Nigeria has adjusted the exchange rate for customs

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Shipping companies to add surcharges to Europe, American bound containers

Leading container companies have announced plans to impose additional fees to cover

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CBN to sanction shipping companies over undocumented cargoes

By Wilson Adekumola   The Central Bank of Nigeria has vowed to

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NIMASA’s deep blue project to remove Nigeria from high rate attack nations

The Director General of Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, Dr. Bashir

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