- Beyond Crude Oil, Maritime Industry Offers Enduring Wealth- Diri, Bayelsa Gov
- APM Terminals Apapa Boosts Efficiency With Scalable 4G Wireless Network
- We Need to Restrict the Issuance of Manning Licence to Approved Agents not Shipowners to Check the Sector – Macfoy
- Maritime Academy Of Nigeria Now Repositioned To Cater For Industry Needs Rector Says As He Clocks Three Years In Office
- SIFAX Group donates computers, fans to Apapa General Hospital
- Jamoh: Inter-agency Collaboration will boost Maritime Security
- SIFAX Group holds Long Service Award, honours 46 staff
Beyond Crude Oil, Maritime Industry Offers Enduring Wealth- Diri, Bayelsa Gov
APM Terminals Apapa is the latest terminal in the company’s rollout of public 4G LTE (Long-Term Evolution) networks at its facilities. The rollout is aimed at enhancing efficiency and productivity at West Africa’s largest container terminal.
To create balance in manning operations in Nigeria while ensuring that the responsibilities of the shipowners as well as the crew on board vessels are carried out in a way that is void of abuse and neglect, the Chief Executive Officer of Ocean Deep Services Limited, Mrs. Rollens Macfoy has called on the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) to restrict issuance of manning licences to manning agents.
The Maritime Academy of Nigeria (MAN) has been effectively repositioned to provide quality professional training for the maritime industry even as 8000 professionals, already deployed to the sector were trained by the Institute in the last three years, the Rector, Commodore Duja Effedua (Rtd) has said.
SIFAX Group, a group of companies with investment in Maritime, Aviation, Oil & Gas, Haulage & Logistics, Financial Services and Hospitality, has donated some items to the Apapa General Hospital.
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Intensifying the quest for cooperation among relevant government agencies in a bid to secure Nigeria’s maritime domain, the Director-General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr. Bashir Jamoh, has visited Comptroller-General of the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), Muhammed Babandede, in Abuja, with a declaration that teamwork is the surest means to security.
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History was made on Saturday at the Onne Port, Rivers State as leading container terminal operator, the West Africa Container Terminal (WACT), received the largest containership ever to berth at any Nigerian port.
The Governing Board of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has approved the promotion of 595 staff, including nine Directors. The promotions were approved at a meeting of the Board in Lagos chaired by Hon. Asita O. Asita.