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Rail contractor blocks Apapa port terminal, demolishes exit gate

Operations at the Apapa container terminal, operated by APM Terminals, were paralysed on Wednesday as the contractor handling the rail project at the Apapa port mobilised to site, blocked the truck exit gate and began demolition of structures in the terminal.

FG pledges support for SIFAX Group’s new container terminal

The Federal Government has pledged its support for the SIFAX Group in its quest to tackle the challenge of traffic congestion in Lagos through its newly-opened Container terminal.

SHIPPERS’ COUNCIL REQUEST WAIVER OF DEMURRAGE ON CARGOES ACCRUED DURING THE #ENDSARS CRISES

The Nigerian Shippers’ Council has called for the waiver of demurrage accrued on cargoes at the nation’s seaports during the period of the crises that followed the #EndSARS protest.

Export Trade: Shippers Council, CBN, other Agencies to partner on enforcement of NXP

The Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC) have said it will be collaborating with the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and other critical government agencies to ensure strict implementation of the Federal Government directive that all export cargo must obtain a Nigerian Export Proceeds (NXP) number before exiting the country.

BREAKING: Anonymous Group Hacks Nigeria Customs Website, Other Government Sites

The website of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) is currently down following a cyberattack on Federal Government websites launched by the Anonymus group famously known on Twitter as Anonymous@LiteMods

Customs revenue drive kills Nigerian SMEs, FDIs – Amiwero

Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) efforts to outdo revenue targets set by the Federal Government is killing Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) and restricting Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs) from the country.

NIMASA, CUSTOMS TO CHECK ABUSE OF TEMPORARY IMPORT PERMIT BY FOREIGN SHIPOWNERS

The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) and the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) have agreed to join forces to close loopholes in the Temporary Importation Permit (TIP) system that importers often exploit to avoid levies due to the government.

Port User Faults Govt’s Commitment to Trade Facilitation

  …applauds STOAN’s initiative to provide scanners but fears that project may be dead […]

STOAN Willing to Provide Scanners at Nigerian Ports

    As part of efforts to enhance speed and efficiency at Nigerian ports, […]

CUSTOMS APPOINTS ADENIYI, FOUR OTHERS AS ACGs

  Controller General of Nigeria Customs Service, Col Hameed Ibrahim Ali has approved the […]