Daily Archives: August 1, 2017

Supply chains benefit as ports adapt to freight industry shifts

Supply chains benefit as ports adapt to freight industry shifts

As ports are often the first to feel the effects of market shifts, it takes great foresight to keep supply chains running. Few would be surprised if a shipper left…

“Ignore 7 days ultimatum by Lagos State”, NIWA tells operators

“Ignore 7 days ultimatum by Lagos State”, NIWA tells operators

The National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA) in a rejoinder on Tuesday, directed boat operators, dredgers and all stakeholders in the inland waterways sector in Lagos to “Ignore the seven days…

Interview: Right legal framework vital to harvest wealth of Nigeria’s maritime industry, says Asadu

Interview: Right legal framework vital to harvest wealth of Nigeria’s maritime industry, says Asadu

The Chairman, House Committee on Ports, Harbours and Waterways, Dr. Pat Asadu, says instituting relevant legal framework to drive Nigeria’s maritime industry is the primary focus of his committee…

Africa set to tackle piracy, other maritime crimes, says Dakuku Peterside

Africa set to tackle piracy, other maritime crimes, says Dakuku Peterside

The Chairman of the Association of African Maritime Administrations (AAMA) Dr. Dakuku Peterside has stated that Maritime Administrations (MARADs) in Africa are set to tackle the twin issue of piracy…

Inland Waterways: LASG gives Boat Operators, Dredgers 7-day ultimatum

Inland Waterways: LASG gives Boat Operators, Dredgers 7-day ultimatum

The Lagos State Government on Tuesday issued a 7-day ultimatum to boat operators, dredgers and all stakeholders in the inland waterways sector to comply with all the applicable laws…

Rotary’s Four Way Test Can Save Nigeria – Asiodu

Rotary’s Four Way Test Can Save Nigeria – Asiodu

…Advocates learning an Indigenous national language will build Unity Former Petroleum Secretary, Chief Philip Asiodu, has said that Nigeria would overcome most of her socio-economic challenges if the…