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Maritime UK sets up ‘Women in Maritime’ Taskforce

Maritime UK sets up ‘Women in Maritime’ Taskforce

Maritime UK has established a Taskforce to identify practical steps to increase the number of women in maritime, and within senior roles across its shipping, ports, marine and business services…

Customs stray bullet hits pregnant woman in Ota, Ogun

Customs stray bullet hits pregnant woman in Ota, Ogun

An eight months pregnant woman narrowly escaped being killed on Thursday morning in Ota, Ogun State when a stray bullet fired by Customs operatives of the Comptroller General’s…

FG uncertain about Dec. 2018 deadline for Lagos-Ibadan rail project completion

FG uncertain about Dec. 2018 deadline for Lagos-Ibadan rail project completion

The Honourable Minister of Transportation, Mr. Rotimi Amaechi, has disclosed that some unanticipated challenges may hinder the December 2018 deadline initially set for the completion of the $1.5 billion…

Liberia arrests high-tech poachers for illegal fishing and bribery

Liberia arrests high-tech poachers for illegal fishing and bribery

The Liberian Coast Guard has seized the Ghanaian-flagged fishing vessel Panofi Fore Runner in waters belonging to the West African state of Liberia. The 71-metre purse seine vessel…

NPA to partner Kaduna Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture toward economic growth

NPA to partner Kaduna Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture toward economic growth

The Nigerian Ports Authority [NPA] is to fully participate in the forthcoming 39Th Kaduna International Trade Fair scheduled to hold between the 23rd February to 4th March,2018, the Managing…

Customs’ FOU ‘A’ denies shooting fleeing rice smuggler

Customs’ FOU ‘A’ denies shooting fleeing rice smuggler

The Nigeria Customs Service, Federal Operations Unit(FOU)Ikeja, has denied shooting a smuggler whose bus was conveying smuggled rice at Abule Egba Area of Lagos State. The Customs Unit…

Terminal Operators to refund N1trillion over illegal shipping charges

Terminal Operators to refund N1trillion over illegal shipping charges

Terminal operators who had dragged the Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC) to court over its decision on shipping charges are to refund N1 trillion to the Federal Government. This is following…

Indigenous shipowners may get NNPC, NIMASA nod to lift crude

Indigenous shipowners may get NNPC, NIMASA nod to lift crude

… As Dakuku champions new trade terms to boost indigenous shipping … Kachikwu, Baru weigh options Shipowners and other stakeholders in the maritime sector are on the verge of getting the desired…

Shipping Charges: Court rules in favour of Shippers’ Council against Terminal Operators

Shipping Charges: Court rules in favour of Shippers’ Council against Terminal Operators

The Appeal Court in Lagos on Tuesday ruled in favour of the Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC) in the case brought against the Council by the Seaport Terminal Operators Association of…

CBN injects $210m into FOREX Market

CBN injects $210m into FOREX Market

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has injected another sum of $210 million into the inter-bank Foreign Exchange Market, to meet customers’ requests in various segments of the market…