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Customs nets N142.95bn revenue at PTML 

The Ports and Terminal Multiservices Limited (PTML) Command of Nigeria Customs Service has disclosed that it collected a total of N142.95 billion between January and July 2022.  The command’s spokesman,…

FMOT launch staff performance management system 

The Federal Ministry of Transportation has introduced a digital platform known as the performance management system as a new tool for measuring the performance of the staff of the ministry.…

Talks between union and UK container port Felixstowe end without deal

Talks between the Unite union and Britain’s biggest container port Felixstowe aimed at averting strike action later this month have ended without an agreement being reached, the port said on…

US ports eye $3bn for electrification from Inflation Reduction Act

The U.S. ports are set to benefit from a $3 billion worth of funding round intended for electrification and emission reduction. The funding has been included in the long-awaited Inflation…

UK implements new laws to restrict release of ballast water into seas

New laws have now come into force which will further protect United Kingdom coastlines by stopping international ships from discharging potentially harmful species into the sea. The Merchant Shipping (Control…

More grain ships sail from Ukrainian port 

Two more grain-carrying ships left Ukraine’s Chornomorsk port on Tuesday, Turkey’s defence ministry said, as part of a deal to unblock Ukrainian sea exports, bringing the total to leave the…

Badagry port promoters promise 250,000 jobs 

The Badagry Port Development Limited (BPDL), promoters of the Badagry deep seaport project has said that the project will generate $54 billion revenue, create about 250,000 jobs and attract an…

Nigeria’s economy in very bad shape — UNDP report

A report by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) on Nigeria has declared that the country’s economy is in very bad shape. According to the report, which is expected to…

Chinese govt vow to punish companies exporting substandard products to Africa 

The Chinese government on Monday said it was embarrassed by reports of substandard products exported to Africa from China, expressing it readiness to punish any Chinese company found culpable in…

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Celebrating a living legend, Captain Olugbemiga Abidoye at 70

    I feel greatly honoured to write about a distinguished gentleman that I regard as a big uncle and a highly impactful mentor. I have known Captain Olugbemiga Abidoye…

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Trade facilitation – Nigeria and the agenda for AfCFTA 

  By Princess Vicky Haastrup  The African Continental Free Trade Area, popularly known as AfCFTA is a free trade area founded in 2018, while its full implementation commenced in January 2021. AfCFTA…

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