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  •  The Nigerian Ports Authority NPA says nine ships carrying petrol base oil bulk wheat bulk salt container and bulk gypsum have arrived the ports and are waiting to berth NPA in its Daily Shipping Position on Thursday said that 18 other ships at the ports were discharging bulk wheat frozen fish general cargo container bulk sugar bulk steam coal petrol and bulk urea It said that 20 ships also laden with petroleum products food items and other goods were expected from Aug 4 to 20 The authority said the ships were expected to arrive at the Lagos Port Complex It indicated that the ships contained general cargo bulk gypsum bulk urea container frozen fish bulk wheat butane gas base oil soya bean bulk sugar jet fuel pet coke and automobile gasoline NewsSourceCredit NAN
    9 ships with petrol, others waiting to berth at Lagos ports
     The Nigerian Ports Authority NPA says nine ships carrying petrol base oil bulk wheat bulk salt container and bulk gypsum have arrived the ports and are waiting to berth NPA in its Daily Shipping Position on Thursday said that 18 other ships at the ports were discharging bulk wheat frozen fish general cargo container bulk sugar bulk steam coal petrol and bulk urea It said that 20 ships also laden with petroleum products food items and other goods were expected from Aug 4 to 20 The authority said the ships were expected to arrive at the Lagos Port Complex It indicated that the ships contained general cargo bulk gypsum bulk urea container frozen fish bulk wheat butane gas base oil soya bean bulk sugar jet fuel pet coke and automobile gasoline NewsSourceCredit NAN
    9 ships with petrol, others waiting to berth at Lagos ports
    Economy4 months ago

    9 ships with petrol, others waiting to berth at Lagos ports

    The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) says nine ships carrying petrol, base oil, bulk wheat, bulk salt, container and bulk gypsum have arrived the ports and are waiting to berth.

    NPA in its Daily Shipping Position’ on Thursday,  said that  18 other ships at the ports were discharging bulk wheat, frozen fish, general cargo, container, bulk sugar, bulk steam coal, petrol and bulk urea.

    It said that 20 ships also laden with petroleum products, food items and other goods were expected from Aug. 4 to 20. The authority said the ships were expected to arrive at the Lagos Port Complex.

    It indicated that the ships contained general cargo, bulk gypsum, bulk urea, container, frozen fish, bulk wheat, butane gas, base oil, soya bean, bulk sugar, jet fuel, pet coke and automobile gasoline.


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  •  President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the designation of Lekki Deep Seaport as a Customs Port and Approved Wharf This is contained in the official Twitter handle of the Nigerian Ports Authority NPA on Friday It stated that the Managing Director Mr Mohammed Bello Kokoin in a letter through the Ministry of Transportation secured the approval for the port to be gazetted in line with extant laws With the approval and level of preparedness the port is set for berthing commercial vessels before year end NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Buhari approves Lekki Deep Seaport for commercial operations
     President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the designation of Lekki Deep Seaport as a Customs Port and Approved Wharf This is contained in the official Twitter handle of the Nigerian Ports Authority NPA on Friday It stated that the Managing Director Mr Mohammed Bello Kokoin in a letter through the Ministry of Transportation secured the approval for the port to be gazetted in line with extant laws With the approval and level of preparedness the port is set for berthing commercial vessels before year end NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Buhari approves Lekki Deep Seaport for commercial operations
    Economy4 months ago

    Buhari approves Lekki Deep Seaport for commercial operations

    President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the designation of Lekki Deep Seaport as a Customs Port and Approved Wharf.

    This is contained in the official Twitter handle of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) on Friday.

    It stated that the Managing Director, Mr Mohammed Bello-Kokoin, in a letter through the Ministry of Transportation, secured the approval for the port to be gazetted in line with extant laws.

    With the approval and level of preparedness, the port is set for berthing commercial vessels before year-end.


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  •  The Nigerian Ports Authority NPA on Wednesday said seven ships that had arrived the ports were waiting to berth with petroleum products and others NPA in its Daily Shipping Position listed the products waiting to berth as bulk gypsum bulk fertilizer petrol and container It said that another 17 ships at the ports were discharging bulk wheat frozen fish general cargo steel products container bulk sugar base oil petrol and bulk urea Meanwhile 23 other ships also laden with petroleum products food items and other goods were expected from July 27 to Aug 5 The authority said that the ships were expected to arrive at the Lagos Port Complex It indicated that the ships contain general cargo bulk salt bulk gypsum bulk sugar bulk urea container frozen fish bulk wheat bulk steam coal petrol and automobile gasoline NewsSourceCredit NAN
    7 ships with petrol, others waiting to berth at Lagos ports
     The Nigerian Ports Authority NPA on Wednesday said seven ships that had arrived the ports were waiting to berth with petroleum products and others NPA in its Daily Shipping Position listed the products waiting to berth as bulk gypsum bulk fertilizer petrol and container It said that another 17 ships at the ports were discharging bulk wheat frozen fish general cargo steel products container bulk sugar base oil petrol and bulk urea Meanwhile 23 other ships also laden with petroleum products food items and other goods were expected from July 27 to Aug 5 The authority said that the ships were expected to arrive at the Lagos Port Complex It indicated that the ships contain general cargo bulk salt bulk gypsum bulk sugar bulk urea container frozen fish bulk wheat bulk steam coal petrol and automobile gasoline NewsSourceCredit NAN
    7 ships with petrol, others waiting to berth at Lagos ports
    Economy4 months ago

    7 ships with petrol, others waiting to berth at Lagos ports

    The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) on Wednesday said seven ships that had arrived the ports were waiting to berth with petroleum products and others.

    NPA, in its ”Daily Shipping Position”, listed the products waiting to berth as: bulk gypsum, bulk fertilizer, petrol and container.

    It said that another 17 ships at the ports were discharging bulk wheat, frozen fish, general cargo, steel products, container, bulk sugar, base oil, petrol and bulk urea.

    Meanwhile, 23 other ships also laden with petroleum products, food items and other goods were expected from July 27 to Aug. 5.

    The authority said that the ships were expected to arrive at the Lagos Port Complex.

    It indicated that the ships contain general cargo, bulk salt, bulk gypsum, bulk sugar, bulk urea, container, frozen fish, bulk wheat, bulk steam coal, petrol and automobile gasoline.

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  •  The Nigerian Ports Authority NPA on Tuesday said that 24 ships with petrol and other items were expected at Lagos port complex over the next one week It said that the other items include bulk wheat general cargo bulk sugar container bulk steam coal frozen fish bulk gypsum bulk salt bulk urea steel products and bulk fertilizer The NPA in its daily Shipping Position said that the ships were expected to arrive at the Lagos Port Complex from July 26 to Aug 3 It said that another four ships waiting to berth contained bulk gypsum and petrol The publication indicated that 17 other ships were discharging bulk wheat frozen fish bulk sugar container petrol general cargo base oil and bulk urea NewsSourceCredit NAN
    24 ships with petrol, other items expected at Lagos port
     The Nigerian Ports Authority NPA on Tuesday said that 24 ships with petrol and other items were expected at Lagos port complex over the next one week It said that the other items include bulk wheat general cargo bulk sugar container bulk steam coal frozen fish bulk gypsum bulk salt bulk urea steel products and bulk fertilizer The NPA in its daily Shipping Position said that the ships were expected to arrive at the Lagos Port Complex from July 26 to Aug 3 It said that another four ships waiting to berth contained bulk gypsum and petrol The publication indicated that 17 other ships were discharging bulk wheat frozen fish bulk sugar container petrol general cargo base oil and bulk urea NewsSourceCredit NAN
    24 ships with petrol, other items expected at Lagos port
    Economy4 months ago

    24 ships with petrol, other items expected at Lagos port

    The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) on Tuesday said that 24 ships with petrol and other items were expected at Lagos port complex over the next one week.

    It said that the other items include  bulk wheat, general cargo, bulk sugar, container, bulk steam coal, frozen fish, bulk gypsum, bulk salt, bulk urea, steel products and bulk fertilizer.

    The NPA, in its daily Shipping Position, said that the ships were expected to arrive at the Lagos Port Complex from July 26 to Aug. 3.

    It said that another four ships waiting to berth contained bulk gypsum and petrol.

    The publication indicated that 17 other ships were discharging bulk wheat, frozen fish, bulk sugar, container, petrol, general cargo, base oil and bulk urea.

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  •  The Nigerian Ports Authority NPA said that on Friday that four out of the 26 ships expected at Lagos ports were laden with petrol It said that the remaining 22 ships expected at the port contain bulk wheat general cargo bulk sugar container bulk steam coal automobile gasoline frozen fish bulk gypsum base oil steel products and bulk fertilizer The NPA in its daily Shipping Position added that the ships were expected to arrive at the Lagos Port Complex as from July 22 to July 31 It said that another seven ships containing general cargo bulk wheat bulk gypsum container and petrol were waiting to berth It said that 18 other ships were also discharging bulk wheat frozen fish bulk sugar container petrol butane gas general cargo bulk wheat automobile gasoline jet fuel and bulk urea NewsSourceCredit NAN
    4 ships with petrol expected at Lagos ports
     The Nigerian Ports Authority NPA said that on Friday that four out of the 26 ships expected at Lagos ports were laden with petrol It said that the remaining 22 ships expected at the port contain bulk wheat general cargo bulk sugar container bulk steam coal automobile gasoline frozen fish bulk gypsum base oil steel products and bulk fertilizer The NPA in its daily Shipping Position added that the ships were expected to arrive at the Lagos Port Complex as from July 22 to July 31 It said that another seven ships containing general cargo bulk wheat bulk gypsum container and petrol were waiting to berth It said that 18 other ships were also discharging bulk wheat frozen fish bulk sugar container petrol butane gas general cargo bulk wheat automobile gasoline jet fuel and bulk urea NewsSourceCredit NAN
    4 ships with petrol expected at Lagos ports
    Economy5 months ago

    4 ships with petrol expected at Lagos ports

    The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) said that on Friday that four out of the 26 ships expected at Lagos ports were laden with petrol.

    It said that the remaining 22 ships expected at the port contain bulk wheat, general cargo, bulk sugar, container, bulk steam coal, automobile gasoline, frozen fish, bulk gypsum, base oil, steel products and bulk fertilizer.

    The NPA in its daily Shipping Position added that the ships were expected to arrive at the Lagos Port Complex as from July 22 to July 31.

    It said that another seven ships containing general cargo, bulk wheat, bulk gypsum, container and petrol were waiting to berth.

    It said that 18 other ships were also discharging bulk wheat, frozen fish, bulk sugar, container, petrol, butane gas, general cargo, bulk wheat, automobile gasoline, jet fuel and bulk urea.

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  •  The Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria MWUN has called off its three day warning strike at the AP Moller Terminal Apapa APMT over poor welfare packages and remuneration The President General MWUN Comrade Adewale Adeyanju confirmed the developnent in a statement on Friday in Lagos Adeyanju said that the union and the terminal operator had reached an agreement to resolve some of the Collective Bargaining Agreement CBA Workers are to resume operational activities at the terminal this evening he said He commended the management of the Nigerian Ports Authority NPA and the Executive Secretary Nigerian Shippers Council NSC for their prompt intervention to save the nation s economy from collapse The union is committed toward ensuring industrial peace and harmony in the shipping industry he said The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the union on July 20 shutdown operations at the APM Terminals in Apapa The MWUN is seeking to correct issues of alleged poor welfare packages and anti labour activities by the APMT management NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Work resumes at APMT Apapa as union ends strike
     The Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria MWUN has called off its three day warning strike at the AP Moller Terminal Apapa APMT over poor welfare packages and remuneration The President General MWUN Comrade Adewale Adeyanju confirmed the developnent in a statement on Friday in Lagos Adeyanju said that the union and the terminal operator had reached an agreement to resolve some of the Collective Bargaining Agreement CBA Workers are to resume operational activities at the terminal this evening he said He commended the management of the Nigerian Ports Authority NPA and the Executive Secretary Nigerian Shippers Council NSC for their prompt intervention to save the nation s economy from collapse The union is committed toward ensuring industrial peace and harmony in the shipping industry he said The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the union on July 20 shutdown operations at the APM Terminals in Apapa The MWUN is seeking to correct issues of alleged poor welfare packages and anti labour activities by the APMT management NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Work resumes at APMT Apapa as union ends strike
    Economy5 months ago

    Work resumes at APMT Apapa as union ends strike

    The Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN) has called off its three-day warning strike at the AP Moller Terminal Apapa (APMT) over poor welfare packages and remuneration.

    The President-General, MWUN, Comrade Adewale Adeyanju, confirmed the developnent in a statement on Friday in Lagos.

    Adeyanju said that the union and the terminal operator had reached an agreement to resolve some of the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA).

    “Workers are to resume operational activities at the terminal this evening,” he said.

    He commended the management of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) and the Executive Secretary, Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC), for their prompt intervention to save the nation’s economy from collapse.

    “The union is committed toward ensuring industrial peace and harmony in the shipping industry,” he said.

    The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the union on July 20 shutdown operations at the APM Terminals in Apapa.

    The MWUN is seeking to correct issues of alleged poor welfare packages and anti-labour activities by the APMT management.

    NewsSourceCredit: NAN

  •   13 ships with petrol others waiting to berth at Lagos ports The Nigerian Ports Authority NPA on Thursday said 13 ships that had arrived the ports were waiting to berth with petroleum products and others NPA in its Daily Shipping Position listed the products in the ships as general cargo bulk wheat petrol bulk urea bulk sugar and bulk gypsum It said that another 20 ships at the ports were discharging petrol bulk wheat general cargo container bulk sugar bulk clinker frozen fish butane gas automobile gasoline and bulk urea Meanwhile 25 other ships also laden with petroleum products food items and other goods were expected from July 21 to July 31 The authority said that the ships are expected to arrive at the Lagos Port Complex It indicated that the ships contain general cargo frozen fish bulk sugar container bulk gypsum automobile gasoline bulk steam coal petrol base oil jet fuel and bulk fertilizer NewsSourceCredit NAN
    13 ships with petrol, others waiting to berth at Lagos ports
      13 ships with petrol others waiting to berth at Lagos ports The Nigerian Ports Authority NPA on Thursday said 13 ships that had arrived the ports were waiting to berth with petroleum products and others NPA in its Daily Shipping Position listed the products in the ships as general cargo bulk wheat petrol bulk urea bulk sugar and bulk gypsum It said that another 20 ships at the ports were discharging petrol bulk wheat general cargo container bulk sugar bulk clinker frozen fish butane gas automobile gasoline and bulk urea Meanwhile 25 other ships also laden with petroleum products food items and other goods were expected from July 21 to July 31 The authority said that the ships are expected to arrive at the Lagos Port Complex It indicated that the ships contain general cargo frozen fish bulk sugar container bulk gypsum automobile gasoline bulk steam coal petrol base oil jet fuel and bulk fertilizer NewsSourceCredit NAN
    13 ships with petrol, others waiting to berth at Lagos ports
    Economy5 months ago

    13 ships with petrol, others waiting to berth at Lagos ports

    13 ships with petrol, others waiting to berth at Lagos ports The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) on Thursday said 13 ships that had arrived the ports were waiting to berth with petroleum products and others.

    NPA in its ”Daily Shipping Position” listed the products in the ships as: general cargo, bulk wheat, petrol, bulk urea, bulk sugar and bulk gypsum.

    It said that another 20 ships at the ports were discharging petrol, bulk wheat, general cargo, container, bulk sugar, bulk clinker, frozen fish, butane gas, automobile gasoline and bulk urea.

    Meanwhile, 25 other ships also laden with petroleum products, food items and other goods were expected from July 21 to July 31.

    The authority said that the ships are expected to arrive at the Lagos Port Complex.

    It indicated that the ships contain general cargo, frozen fish, bulk sugar, container, bulk gypsum, automobile gasoline, bulk steam coal, petrol, base oil,  jet fuel and bulk fertilizer.

    NewsSourceCredit: NAN

  •  The Managing Director Nigerian Ports Authority NPA Mr Mohammed Bello Koko says the authority is addressing bottlenecks affecting export in the country Bello Koko made this known at the 2022 Zenith Bank International Trade Seminar on non oil export on Wednesday in Lagos The seminar had the theme Unlocking Opportunities in Nigeria s Non Oil Export Business Bello Koko said that there should be proper synergy between vessels that come into the country as well records of the ones that leave the ports He said the authority had deployed truck electronic call up system to ease movement of cargoes into the port Bello Koko added that the NPA had created pregates where trucks would park before entering the port We are working with the government to ensure diversification of the economy and we are encouraging non oil export Also not just about deploying e call up system we have licensed 10 export processing terminals The terminals are supposed to be at locations whereby one stalk process package certify seal and send it directly to the port But for it to succeed we need other government agencies We need to understand that the port is a maritime ecosystem not just for the NPA but other government agencies And so for the export processing terminals that were created we expect the Nigeria Customs Service and Standards Organisation of Nigeria to have export desk there for certification he said The NPA boss noted that three out of the 10 export processing terminals would come on stream shortly Bello Koko noted that barges were also introduced at a cost borne by the exporters thereby making export more expensive He explained that the export terminal would reduce the burden in future He also called for the introduction of a National Single Window to ease movement of cargoes in the country Automation is key to reducing congestion and will ensure quick processing of export and import documentations In the documentation whether import or export all starts with the consignee and the form is Form M and this has to do with port destination loading and discharging So there is a need to have one form that serves everybody and that is the National Single Window where all transactions will be done even payment One bulk payment can be made and everybody is paid separately at the same time This is obtainable in other neighbouring African countries and I believe we can do so here he said Also Mr Godwin Emefiele Governor the Central Bank of Nigeria CBN noted that they had introduced various initiatives and interventions that would harness the opportunities in the non oil sector to create wealth for the country Emefiele added that the apex bank introduced rebate facilities to encourage exporters bridged gaps by providing funding for capital expenditure We have the N500 billion non oil stimulation facilitation Commercial Agricultural Scheme Act for agricultural commodity and many others he said He added that Nigeria should look inwards for economic growth and development Earlier Mr Ebenezer Onyeagwu the Group Managing Director Zenith Bank in his welcome address noted that opportunities in the non oil export was expansive and inclusive with huge value chain Onyeagwu noted that the company was using the seminar to create an awareness to rejuvenate the country s foreign earnings He said that since the inception of the seminar in 2016 they had achieved numerous results such as changes in policy implementation transparent record keeping and enhanced funding among others NewsSourceCredit NAN
    NPA addressing bottlenecks affecting export – Bello-Koko
     The Managing Director Nigerian Ports Authority NPA Mr Mohammed Bello Koko says the authority is addressing bottlenecks affecting export in the country Bello Koko made this known at the 2022 Zenith Bank International Trade Seminar on non oil export on Wednesday in Lagos The seminar had the theme Unlocking Opportunities in Nigeria s Non Oil Export Business Bello Koko said that there should be proper synergy between vessels that come into the country as well records of the ones that leave the ports He said the authority had deployed truck electronic call up system to ease movement of cargoes into the port Bello Koko added that the NPA had created pregates where trucks would park before entering the port We are working with the government to ensure diversification of the economy and we are encouraging non oil export Also not just about deploying e call up system we have licensed 10 export processing terminals The terminals are supposed to be at locations whereby one stalk process package certify seal and send it directly to the port But for it to succeed we need other government agencies We need to understand that the port is a maritime ecosystem not just for the NPA but other government agencies And so for the export processing terminals that were created we expect the Nigeria Customs Service and Standards Organisation of Nigeria to have export desk there for certification he said The NPA boss noted that three out of the 10 export processing terminals would come on stream shortly Bello Koko noted that barges were also introduced at a cost borne by the exporters thereby making export more expensive He explained that the export terminal would reduce the burden in future He also called for the introduction of a National Single Window to ease movement of cargoes in the country Automation is key to reducing congestion and will ensure quick processing of export and import documentations In the documentation whether import or export all starts with the consignee and the form is Form M and this has to do with port destination loading and discharging So there is a need to have one form that serves everybody and that is the National Single Window where all transactions will be done even payment One bulk payment can be made and everybody is paid separately at the same time This is obtainable in other neighbouring African countries and I believe we can do so here he said Also Mr Godwin Emefiele Governor the Central Bank of Nigeria CBN noted that they had introduced various initiatives and interventions that would harness the opportunities in the non oil sector to create wealth for the country Emefiele added that the apex bank introduced rebate facilities to encourage exporters bridged gaps by providing funding for capital expenditure We have the N500 billion non oil stimulation facilitation Commercial Agricultural Scheme Act for agricultural commodity and many others he said He added that Nigeria should look inwards for economic growth and development Earlier Mr Ebenezer Onyeagwu the Group Managing Director Zenith Bank in his welcome address noted that opportunities in the non oil export was expansive and inclusive with huge value chain Onyeagwu noted that the company was using the seminar to create an awareness to rejuvenate the country s foreign earnings He said that since the inception of the seminar in 2016 they had achieved numerous results such as changes in policy implementation transparent record keeping and enhanced funding among others NewsSourceCredit NAN
    NPA addressing bottlenecks affecting export – Bello-Koko
    Economy5 months ago

    NPA addressing bottlenecks affecting export – Bello-Koko

    The Managing Director, Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Mr Mohammed Bello-Koko, says the authority is addressing bottlenecks affecting export in the country.

      Bello-Koko made this known at the 2022 Zenith Bank International Trade Seminar on non-oil export on Wednesday in Lagos.

      The seminar had the theme: “Unlocking Opportunities in Nigeria’s Non-Oil Export Business.”   Bello-Koko said that there should be proper synergy between vessels that come into the country as well records of the ones that leave the ports.

      He said the authority had deployed truck electronic call-up system to ease movement of cargoes into the port.

       Bello-Koko added that the NPA had created pregates where trucks would park before entering the port.

      “We are working with the government to ensure diversification of the economy and we are encouraging non-oil export.

      “Also, not just about deploying e-call-up system, we have licensed 10 export processing terminals.

      “The terminals are supposed to be at locations whereby one stalk, process, package, certify, seal and send it directly to the port.

      “But for it to succeed, we need other government agencies.

    We need to understand that the port is a maritime ecosystem not just for the NPA but other government agencies.

      “And so for the export processing terminals that were created, we expect the Nigeria Customs Service and Standards Organisation of Nigeria to have export desk there for certification,” he said.

      The NPA boss noted that three out of the 10 export processing terminals would come on stream shortly.

      Bello-Koko noted that barges were also introduced at a cost borne by the exporters thereby making export more expensive.

      He explained that the export terminal would reduce the burden in future.

      He also called for the introduction of a National Single Window to ease movement of cargoes in the country.

    “Automation is key to reducing congestion and will ensure quick processing of export and import documentations.

      “In the documentation, whether import or export, all starts with the consignee and the form is Form M and this has to do with port destination, loading and discharging.

      “So, there is a need to have one form that serves everybody and that is the National Single Window where all transactions will be done, even payment.

      “One bulk payment can be made and everybody is paid separately at the same time.

    This is obtainable in other neighbouring African countries and I believe we can do so here,” he said.

      Also, Mr Godwin Emefiele, Governor, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), noted that they had introduced various initiatives and interventions that would harness the opportunities in the non-oil sector to create wealth for the country.

      Emefiele added that the apex bank introduced rebate facilities to encourage exporters, bridged gaps by providing funding for capital expenditure.

      “We have the N500 billion non-oil stimulation facilitation, Commercial Agricultural Scheme Act for agricultural commodity and many others,” he said.

      He added that Nigeria should look inwards for economic growth and development.

      Earlier, Mr Ebenezer Onyeagwu, the Group Managing Director, Zenith Bank, in his welcome address, noted that opportunities in the non-oil export was expansive and inclusive with huge value chain.

      Onyeagwu noted that the company was using the seminar to create an awareness to rejuvenate the country’s foreign earnings.

      He said that since the inception of the seminar in 2016, they had achieved numerous results such as: changes in policy implementation, transparent record keeping and enhanced funding, among others.

    NewsSourceCredit: NAN

  •  The Nigerian Ports Authority NPA on Wednesday said that five out of the 24 ships expected at Lagos ports were laden with petrol It said that the remaining 19 ships expected at the port contain bulk wheat general cargo bulk sugar bulk urea container bulk steam coal automobile gasoline frozen fish bulk gypsum base oul and bulk fertiliser The NPA in its daily Shipping Position added that the ships were expected to arrive at the Lagos Port Complex as from July 20 to July 31 It said that another eight ships containing general cargo bulk wheat bulk gypsum and petrol were awaiting berth It said that 20 other ships were also discharging bulk wheat frozen fish bulk sugar container petrol butane gas general cargo bulk clinker automobile gasoline and bulk urea NewsSourceCredit NAN
    5 ships with petrol expected at Lagos ports – NPA
     The Nigerian Ports Authority NPA on Wednesday said that five out of the 24 ships expected at Lagos ports were laden with petrol It said that the remaining 19 ships expected at the port contain bulk wheat general cargo bulk sugar bulk urea container bulk steam coal automobile gasoline frozen fish bulk gypsum base oul and bulk fertiliser The NPA in its daily Shipping Position added that the ships were expected to arrive at the Lagos Port Complex as from July 20 to July 31 It said that another eight ships containing general cargo bulk wheat bulk gypsum and petrol were awaiting berth It said that 20 other ships were also discharging bulk wheat frozen fish bulk sugar container petrol butane gas general cargo bulk clinker automobile gasoline and bulk urea NewsSourceCredit NAN
    5 ships with petrol expected at Lagos ports – NPA
    Economy5 months ago

    5 ships with petrol expected at Lagos ports – NPA

    The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) on Wednesday said that five out of the 24 ships expected at Lagos ports were laden with petrol.

    It said that the remaining 19 ships expected at the port contain bulk wheat, general cargo, bulk sugar, bulk urea container, bulk steam coal, automobile gasoline, frozen fish, bulk gypsum, base oul and bulk fertiliser.

    The NPA in its daily Shipping Position added that the ships were expected to arrive at the Lagos Port Complex as from July 20 to July 31.

    It said that another eight ships containing general cargo, bulk wheat, bulk gypsum and petrol were awaiting berth.

    It said that 20 other ships were also discharging bulk wheat, frozen fish, bulk sugar, container, petrol, butane gas, general cargo, bulk clinker, automobile gasoline and bulk urea.

    NewsSourceCredit: NAN

  •  The Seaport Terminal Operators Association of Nigeria STOAN on Sunday felicitated the new Minister of Transportation Mr Mu azu Sambo on his appointment by President Muhammadu Buhari The Chairman of STOAN Princess Vicky Haastrup in a statement in Lagos also felicitated the Minister of State for Transportation Mr Ademola Adegoroye Haastrup expressed confidence in the ability of the new ministers to fulfill the vision of President Buhari for the transportation sector She assured the new ministers of the full cooperation of port terminal operators in the discharge of their duties Haastrup prayed for God s guidance for the duo in their new assignments He said that Sambo s previous rich work experience in the maritime industry would help him succeed in the new task assigned to him We are particularly happy with your appointment considering your rich work experience and numerous contributions to nation building both within and outside the maritime industry We are assured with your experience as the immediate past Minister of State in the Federal Ministry of Works and Housing and previous work experience in the Nigerian Ports Authority NPA Savannah Bank Allied Bank and NICON Insurance Corporation Also as the General Manager Lagos Zone National Inland Waterways Authority NIWA where you meritoriously retired from public service in 2019 we have no doubt that you will make significant positive impact as the Minister of Transportation she said Both Sambo and Adegoroye were deployed to the Federal Ministry of Transportation as Minister and Minister of State respectively on July 6 after President Muhammadu Buhari inaugurated new ministers and effected a minor cabinet reshuffle While Adegoroye is newly appointed into the President s cabinet Sambo was redeployed from the Federal Ministry of Works and Housing where he served as Minister of State since December 2021 NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Seaport operators congratulate new transportation minister, promise cooperation
     The Seaport Terminal Operators Association of Nigeria STOAN on Sunday felicitated the new Minister of Transportation Mr Mu azu Sambo on his appointment by President Muhammadu Buhari The Chairman of STOAN Princess Vicky Haastrup in a statement in Lagos also felicitated the Minister of State for Transportation Mr Ademola Adegoroye Haastrup expressed confidence in the ability of the new ministers to fulfill the vision of President Buhari for the transportation sector She assured the new ministers of the full cooperation of port terminal operators in the discharge of their duties Haastrup prayed for God s guidance for the duo in their new assignments He said that Sambo s previous rich work experience in the maritime industry would help him succeed in the new task assigned to him We are particularly happy with your appointment considering your rich work experience and numerous contributions to nation building both within and outside the maritime industry We are assured with your experience as the immediate past Minister of State in the Federal Ministry of Works and Housing and previous work experience in the Nigerian Ports Authority NPA Savannah Bank Allied Bank and NICON Insurance Corporation Also as the General Manager Lagos Zone National Inland Waterways Authority NIWA where you meritoriously retired from public service in 2019 we have no doubt that you will make significant positive impact as the Minister of Transportation she said Both Sambo and Adegoroye were deployed to the Federal Ministry of Transportation as Minister and Minister of State respectively on July 6 after President Muhammadu Buhari inaugurated new ministers and effected a minor cabinet reshuffle While Adegoroye is newly appointed into the President s cabinet Sambo was redeployed from the Federal Ministry of Works and Housing where he served as Minister of State since December 2021 NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Seaport operators congratulate new transportation minister, promise cooperation
    Economy5 months ago

    Seaport operators congratulate new transportation minister, promise cooperation

    The Seaport Terminal Operators Association of Nigeria (STOAN) on Sunday felicitated the new Minister of Transportation, Mr Mu’azu Sambo, on his appointment by President Muhammadu Buhari.

    The Chairman of STOAN, Princess Vicky Haastrup, in a statement in Lagos, also felicitated the Minister of State for Transportation, Mr Ademola Adegoroye.

    Haastrup expressed confidence in the ability of the new ministers to fulfill the vision of President Buhari for the transportation sector.

    She assured the new ministers of the full cooperation of port terminal operators in the discharge of their duties.

    Haastrup prayed for God’s guidance for the duo in their new assignments.

    He said that Sambo’s previous rich work experience in the maritime industry would help him succeed in the new task assigned to him.

    “We are particularly happy with your appointment considering your rich work experience and numerous contributions to nation building both within and outside the maritime industry.

    “We are assured with your experience as the immediate past Minister of State in the Federal Ministry of Works and Housing, and previous work experience in the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Savannah Bank, Allied Bank and NICON Insurance Corporation.

    “Also, as the General Manager Lagos Zone, National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA), where you meritoriously retired from public service in 2019; we have no doubt that you will make significant positive impact as the Minister of Transportation,” she said.

    Both Sambo and Adegoroye were deployed to the Federal Ministry of Transportation as Minister and Minister of State respectively on July 6 after President Muhammadu Buhari inaugurated new ministers and effected a minor cabinet reshuffle.

    While Adegoroye is newly appointed into the President’s cabinet, Sambo was redeployed from the Federal Ministry of Works and Housing where he served as Minister of State since December 2021.

    NewsSourceCredit: NAN

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