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92% of freight forwarders are unregistered

By Godwin Oritse MARITIME THE Council for the Regu​​lation of Freight Forwarding Council of Nigeria, CRFFN, has indicated that an overwhelming majority of freight forwarding operators in Nigeria are operating without its registration. It therefore, said that the Council is set to publish the names of the defaulting operators. According to the Council, only 64
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80% of freight forwarders now hypertensive

  NAGAFF moves to confront corrupt Customs Officers By Godwin Oritse THE National Association of Government Approved Freight Forwarders, NAGAFF, has said that 80 percent of freight forwarders have developed hypertension due to the cumbersome cargo clearing process. Consequently, the association said it has concluded plans to engage both the freight forwarders and the Nigerian
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Crisis hit freight forwarding groups

THERE are indications that crisis may be brewing in the freight forwarding sub-sector of the Nigerian maritime industry as a member of the Board of Trustees of the Association of Nigerian Licensed Agents, ANLCA, Mr. Peter Obi, has been accused of anti-association activities. Already, Obi has been given two weeks ultimatum to disassociate himself from other freight forwarding groups or face sanctions.

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