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Ambode: Apapa Ports not designed originally for haulage trucks

Ambode: Apapa Ports not designed originally for haulage trucks

The Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode, on Wednesday expressed concern over the Apapa gridlock and said that the only solution was for the seaports to be linked with rails…

Interview:  Nigeria needs policy thrust to advance Hydrography practice

Interview: Nigeria needs policy thrust to advance Hydrography practice

In spite of being a maritime nation, with a number of seaports and river ports, Nigeria does not mark a significant recognition in global Hydrographic rating, according to an expert…

Why freight forwarders must accept digitalization to remain relevant

Why freight forwarders must accept digitalization to remain relevant

Dive Brief: •Halliburton’s logistics manager for Europe, Eurasia, and Sub-Saharan Africa believes that forwarders must step up to the plate and embrace digitization if air cargo is…

NPA re-states commitment to improving access to Apapa Ports

NPA re-states commitment to improving access to Apapa Ports

Over the past couple of weeks, stakeholders have expressed concern over the state of access roads to the Lagos Port Complex in Apapa. The dilapidated state of the road, which…

In Depth: Heat from the Port no longer goes to waste

In Depth: Heat from the Port no longer goes to waste

Joining forces under the banner Warmtealliantie Zuid-Holland (Zuid-Holland Heat Alliance), five parties including the Port of Rotterdam signed a letter of intent regarding the realisation of the main…

Interview: Over 1,300 Seafarers Abandoned in Five Years

Interview: Over 1,300 Seafarers Abandoned in Five Years

Over the last five years, 12 to 19 crew abandonment incidents were reported annually and 1,013 seafarers were involved in total, the International Labour Organization (ILO) told World Maritime…

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…

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…

Leaders kick as $1.5b loan for Lagos-Ibadan railway is stuck

Leaders kick as $1.5b loan for Lagos-Ibadan railway is stuck

•National Assembly delays approval of Chinese facility Federal lawmakers came under fire yesterday for delaying the $1.5 billion Chinese loan for the construction of the Lagos-Ibadan standard rail…

NPA investigates Calabar fire disaster, condoles families, State Govt

NPA investigates Calabar fire disaster, condoles families, State Govt

The Management and Board of the Nigerian Ports Authority on Monday commiserated with the Cross River State Government and families of people who lost their lives in the unfortunate fire…