Maritime News

FMMC ENDS TRAINING

Victoria Hanson The Federated Maritime Media Chapel ( FMMC) of the Nigeria Union Of Journalists (NUJ) has rounded up its  3 – Day Training yesterday in Lagos. The training which was organized by Eyis  Resources Limited was commenced on Monday 3rd April 2017 and ended on Wednesday 5th 2017. Delivering a lecture on ”Concept Of Concession And Component Of Port ...

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NIMASA Calls For Urgent Removal OF Abandoned Ships And Wrecks

Victoria Hanson In a bid to ensure safe and secure shipping on the Nigerian territorial waters, the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has warned all owners of abandoned Ships/Vessels to urgently remove same from the Nigerian territorial waters on or before 28th of April 2017 or risk sanctions ranging from forfeiture or removal by the Agency at the ...

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Nigeria To Showcase Maritime Potentials In Norway

Victoria Hanson As part of measures to attract foreign investors to tap into opportunities that abound in the Nigerian maritime industry, the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) would be showcasing the potentials of the Nigerian Maritime Sector at the Norway Shipping week that would hold later this year. The Director General of the Agency, Dr. Dakuku Peterside made ...

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130 NIGERIAN YOUTHS GRADUATE IN EGYPT

  ..Get Offer Of Sea Time Training Victoria Hanson The Nigerian Seafarers Development Programme (NSDP), an initiative of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), has once again graduated 130 cadets from the Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport in Alexandria, Egypt. 

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Cargo and Port Charges : Affecting Nigerian Maritime System

Victoria Hanson The cost of cargo and terminal handling charges is one of the factors confronting Nigerian Ports. Nigerians must acknowledge the obvious shortcomings in our ports infrastructure especially in the area of provision of adequate cargo handling gear and over bearing as well as over  zealous attitude of the numerous security agencies operating within our ports for reasons that ...

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NAFDAC Charges On Product Registration Is Too High–LCCI

Victoria Hanson The Lagos Chamber Of Commerce and Industry ( LCCI) has said that the National Agency For Food and Drugs Administration and Control ( NAFDAC) charges on products registration is too high, especially for first entry products. This was disclosed yesterday at the maiden Town Hall Meeting of Business and Maritime on ”Cargo Handling and Terminal Charges held in ...

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Let’s partner for progress – NIMASA DG urges Nigerians

The Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr. Dakuku Peterside has urged Nigerians to partner with the Agency to ensure a virile maritime industry as the activities of the Agency impact on the lives of all Nigerians. 

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NAGAFF Courtesy visit:  SON DG solicits for synergy to tackle substandard products

Victoria Hanson The Director General of Standard Organization Of Nigeria (SON), Dr.  Osita Aboloma  has appealed for strong synergy with the National Association of Government Approved Freight  Forwarders ( NAGAFF) in order to aid tackling substandard products from the country.

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NIGERIA HOSTS AFRICA AS AAMA BECKONS

 Victoria Hanson In a bid to continue to improve on its role as a global player in the comity of maritime nations, Nigeria would be hosting the 3rd Conference of the Association of Heads of African Maritime Administrations (AAMA Conference) in Abuja, at the Transcorp Hilton Hotel, from 19th -21st of April,2017.

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N6B Vehicle Rot In Customs Warehouses.

RAYMOND TEDUNJAYE, Lagos Seized vehicles with Duty Paid Value worth over N6b are rotting in various customs warehouses and premises across the country following the suspension of auction by the service management since August 2015. The vehicles numbering over two thousand units most of which were seized by Nigeria Customs Service as part of its anti smuggling drive have started ...

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