Port access road: Congestion worsens at Tin-can port
NDLEA Intercepts drugs in container at Tin-Can Port
Port charges escalate cargo delay at terminals
REPORT: How Nigeria stands to lose $195m over plot against OMSL
Inefficiency, lack of coordination killing port activities in Apapa – PTT Vice Chairman
Enhancing safety measures in the Port of Singapore
Port congestion: Customs reactivates ILT long-room
Empty Containers: Group warns of further port congestion
‘Congestion looms at Lagos Ports’
Stakeholders blame high port charges on corruption
Port state control to clampdown on non-compliant fuels
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Trafigura, Phillips 66 Create JV to develop deepwater port in Texas
PHILLIPS 66 and Trafigura Group have formed a 50/50 joint venture, Bluewater Texas Terminal, to develop an offshore deepwater port project located approximately 21 nautical miles east of the entrance to the Port of Corpus Christi.
Lagos Govt, Westron commission link bridge at Ijegun port city
THE Lagos State government in conjunction with Westron Group, weekend, commissioned a one kilometre link bridge at the Ijegun port city, Lagos, stressing that the new port will further enhance the evacuation of petroleum products from both Apapa and Tin-Can Island ports.
Wrong leadership appointments slowing down port growth — ANLCA boss
National President of Association of Nigerian Licensed Customs Agents, ANLCA, Tony Nwabunike, in this interview, with Eguono Odjegba said the time has come for Nigerians to challenge the government to upgrade operational and logistics infrastructure in the maritime industry. He decried the politicization of the port industry and said the Nigerian Port is the least developed in the sub region. In this interview, he also provided information on ANLCA’s discussion with the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, SGF, and Minister of State for Transportation.
Heightened port congestion: Customs agents raise alarm over diversion of cargo to Cameroon
AT the backdrop of an increasing congestion at the Lagos ports, the Association of Nigeria Licensed Customs Agents, ANLCA, has called on the Federal Government to liaise with ocean liners to stem cargo vessels currently waiting to berth at the Lagos, Port Harcourt and Onne anchorages, and to divert them to other ports nationwide
Cabals, Cartels now in control of port access roads — AMARTO boss
THE President, Association of Maritime Truck Owners, Chief Remi Ogungbemi, has said that different cabals and cartels have been established to control and determine who can have access to the Lagos ports.
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