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NPA New S.O.P for barges set for Sept. 1

The new Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for barge operators on Nigerian waters is billed to take effect from today, September 1, 2021. Making the disclosure during an interactive session with…

FG Committee to unbundle Nigerian Railway Corporation

Amidst efforts to modernize the Nigerian Railway system, the Federal Government has set up a presidential committee to unbundle the Nigerian Railway Corporation (NRC), according to The Guardian. The committee,…

APM Terminals launch new Berthing Window

Nigeria’s leading container terminal operator, APM Terminals Apapa, has launched a new Berthing Window service to reduce the waiting time of ships and help consignees take prompt delivery of their…

IMB Reports Piracy Decline in Gulf of Guinea – NIMASA

The International Maritime Bureau (IMB) has given credence to Nigeria’s efforts to combat piracy in the Gulf of Guinea (GoG) using the Integrated National Security and Waterways Protection Infrastructure, also…

African Plants and Equipment

The New Cat D6K2 Track-Type Tractor The new Cat D6K2 Track-Type Tractor delivers superior finish grading performance and improved fuel efficiency. The new Stable Blade Control feature utilizes technology that…

Nigerian Dredging Activities in Perspective

By Engr. Emma Ibeh. Introduction With the recent revolution in the indigenous dredging industry and the associated mass exodus, recent survey has shown that many firms and investors have entered…

Musa Danjuma: Transforming the Port Industry

Chief Musa Danjuma does not need introduction. As the younger brother of retired General T. Y. Danjuma, he was entrusted with supervising the growth and expansion of the first family…

Why Nigerian Ports Empty

Why Nigerian Ports are Empty While Cotonou, Lome, Abidjan Bubble… “The reform in Customs has not been done…” Amieworo. An interview with Mr. Lucky Amieworo, the Chairman of the Council…