World Maritime Day

World Maritime Day

L-R: Managing Director, Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Mohammed Bello Koko,  Rector, Maritime Academy Of Nigeria, Commodore Emmanuel Effedua (retd.) and Executive Secretary, Nigeria Shippers’ Council (NSC), Emmanuel Jime at the 2022 World Maritime Day celebration on Thursday in Lagos  
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Study: Mobile Shore Power Is Fit For Smaller Ports

Study: Mobile Shore Power Is Fit For Smaller Ports

Mobile shore power solutions are particularly suitable for smaller ports or in port sections that are less utilised, a new study finds.  Commissioned by NOW, the study entitled ‘Mobile shore power – technological possibilities and prerequisites‘, co...
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World Largest Ship To Fly Panama Flag 

World Largest Ship To Fly Panama Flag 

The Panama Ship Registry has added to its fleet the “EverAlot” container ship, the world’s biggest container ship and the first to break the 24,004 TEU mark. Panama has 18 of the world’s 20 largest container ships in terms of...
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Shippers’ Council Partners NWUN, NARTO On Functional Ports’ Corridors

Shippers’ Council Partners NWUN, NARTO On Functional Ports’ Corridors

The Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC), the lead agency for Port Standing Task Team (PSTT) is to collaborate with the National Association of Road Transport Owners (NARTO) and Maritime Workers’ Union of Nigeria (MWUN) to clear the port corridors of extraneou...
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Experts Urge Stakeholders To Harness Maritime Potential For Economic Growth

Experts Urge Stakeholders To Harness Maritime Potential For Economic Growth

Experts on Thursday urged stakeholders in maritime sector to harness its full potential to achieve the desired economic growth for the country.   The experts said this at a virtual forum of the Nigeria Bar Association Section on Business Law (NBA-SBL...
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NSML, NDA Sign Maritime Training MoU  

NSML, NDA Sign Maritime Training MoU  

NLNG Ship Management Limited (NSML) and Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the training and delivery of maritime-related courses at the Nigerian Navy Simulation Centre (NNSC) of the NDA. At a signing ceremony at....
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Shippers’ Council Boss: Corruption Hindering Our Service Delivery

Shippers’ Council Boss: Corruption Hindering Our Service Delivery

Executive Secretary, Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC), ) Mr Emmanual Jime, says the council will deliver more quality services when corruption is tackled.  Jime said this on Wednesday when the Head of the Technical Unit on Governance & Anti- Corrupt...
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Maritime Workers Union Shelves Strike

Maritime Workers Union Shelves Strike

The Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN) on Monday shelved the industrial action billed to begin on March 1, 2022.  This is contained in a statement signed by the union’s President General, Mr Adewale Adeyanju, and Secretary General, Mr Felix...
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Shippers’ Council Tasks Barge Operators On Standard, Quality Equipment 

Shippers’ Council Tasks Barge Operators On Standard, Quality Equipment 

The Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC) has called on barge operators to use standard and quality equipment that are in line with global trends. The Executive Secretary, Mr Emmanuel Jime, made this known in a statement signed by NSC Head, Public...
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Shippers Council, NPA, Others To Tackle Seaport Corridor Touts

Shippers Council, NPA, Others To Tackle Seaport Corridor Touts

The Nigerian Shipper’s Council (NSC), on Thursday in Lagos, said non-state actors (touts) would be removed from the corridor of seaports. Executive Secretary, NSC, Mr Emmanuel Jime, said to achieve this, the council would collaborate with the Nigerian Ports ...
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Piracy: NIMASA Explains Decline, Seeks Sustained Collaboration 

Piracy: NIMASA Explains Decline, Seeks Sustained Collaboration 

The Director General, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr. Bashir Jamoh, has reiterated the Agency’s commitment collaborate with all stakeholders s part of measures to ensure that Nigeria at...
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NIMASA Increases Flag Registration Conditional Survey By 43.6 Per Cent   

NIMASA Increases Flag Registration Conditional Survey By 43.6 Per Cent   

The Director-General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, NIMASA, Dr. Bashir Jamoh has announced an increase of 43.6% in the condition survey for Flag Registration by the Agency in the year 2021 as against the performance in the...
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NIMASA Explains N37.6b Revenue, 12 Marine Accidents In 2021 

NIMASA Explains N37.6b Revenue, 12 Marine Accidents In 2021 

By Moses Ebosele, ebosele@hotmail.com — Between January and December 2021, the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) contributed N37,691,630,450.02 (N37.6b) to the federation account, compared with N31, 839,917,978.20. (N31.8b) wit...
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APM Terminals Apapa Is Transforming Into World-Class Facility, Says Klaus Laursen, Country Manager

APM Terminals Apapa Is Transforming Into World-Class Facility, Says Klaus Laursen, Country Manager

APM Terminals Apapa, one of the largest container terminals in West Africa, is rapidly transforming into a world-class facility. Speaking in Lagos while reviewing the performance of APM Terminals Apapa in 2021, Klaus Laursen, Country Manager, said, “Over the...
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