The Managing Director of Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Hadiza Bala Usman .
Nigerian Ports Authority, Managing Director, Hadiza Bala Usman has reiterated the agencies commitment in tackling major hindrances to the development of maritime industry in the country, calling on maritime administrators to collaborate and synergize in order to tackle the problems.
Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB) Engr. Simbi Wabote .
The Executive Secretary of the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB), Engr. Simbi Wabote on Thursday in Lagos performed the re-christening of ‘ADABA’, a dynamic positioning system vessel owned by NIGERSTAR7, valued at $10 million.
In a bid to ensure improved infrastructural support for the maritime sector, Heritage Bank Plc has revealed plans to provide financing for building critical maritime infrastructures and other aspects of transport sector projects once policies driving the projects are well structured.
Oilserv Limited, a leading indigenous oil and gas EPCIC Company in Nigeria is pleased to announce its joint venture with GEpetrol to expand its global footprint.
The Management of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) on behalf of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and the Guangzhou Port Authority, the largest comprehensive hub Port in Southern China have entered into a sister Port Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) concerning greater efficient port operations.
The President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, President Muhammadu Buhari has advocated the effective deployment of improved port infrastructure across all countries within the continent in order to maximize maritime potentials within the territory.
Containers are unloaded from the Hanjin Gdynia cargo ship berthed at the Port of Long Beach in Long Beach, California, U.S., on Thursday, Sept. 15, 2016. Bankrupt Hanjin Shipping Co.'s efforts to unload vessels in the U.S. while it goes through bankruptcy in South Korea are meeting with complaints from cargo owners and from the companies that service and equip its fleet. Photographer: Tim Rue/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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 April 28 or risk sanctions ranging from forfeiture or removal by the agency at the owner’s expense.
The Nigerian Navy said it has intercepted a boat carrying 80 bags of rice allegedly smuggled into the country from Benin Republic through water ways.
The Comptroller-General of Customs, Col. Hameed Ibrahim Ali (Rtd), has approved a grace period of one month, between Monday ,13th March to Wednesday 12th April, 2017 for owners of all vehicles within the country whose customs duty has not been paid, to do so.