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Ever Given owners make new compensation offer for Suez Canal blockage 

  The owners of a giant container ship that blocked the Suez Canal in March have made a new offer in a compensation dispute with the canal authority, a lawyer…

Spain detains tanker for dumping hydrocarbons

  Spanish authorities have arrested an oil tanker in the Port of Almería for the illicit discharge of hydrocarbons. The Liberia-flagged vessel has been identified as Aldan, the country’s Ministry…

3 dead, five missing as migrant boat sinks off Canary Isles

  At least three people died, including a woman believed to be pregnant, and another five were missing after a migrant boat overturned off Lanzarote in the Canary Islands, rescuers…

Hassan Bello’s tenure as NSC boss ends today after 8.5 years 

  Hassan Bello will today end his tenure as the Executive Secretary of the Nigerian Shippers Council (NSC) after spending eight and a half years in the position. Bello was…

LTT Coastal unveils Nigeria’s first female ASD tugboat captain

  LTT Coastal & Marine Services Ltd on Thursday in Lagos unveiled Nigeria’s first female ASD tugboat captain, Canus Ebinipre Robinson. Captain Canus Ebinipre Robinson was trained under the National…

Gunmen abduct Chinese workers on Lagos-Ibadan rail line

  Gunmen have abducted four Chinese working on the Lagos-Ibadan railway project in Ogun state. The assailants were said to have ambushed the workers around Adeaga/Alaagba village in Odeda LGA…

Okowa seeks development of maritime university in Okerenkoko

  Delta Governor, Ifeanyi Okowa, on Thursday called on the Federal Government to develop the permanent site of the Nigeria Maritime University (NMU), Okerenkoko in Warri South-West Local Government Area…

Maersk says port congestion becoming a global problem 

  Delays of one or two days are becoming the norm at many ports as terminals become a bottleneck, according to Maersk. The container line’s analysis of disruption in the…

19 abandoned seafarers to be repatriated after two-year ordeal

  Nineteen seafarers from India, Bangladesh, Turkey and Azerbaijan will be able to see their families again this week after their two-year ordeal finally comes to a close. The seafarers…

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On principled transition to next level

Elections are over. The deluge of hate speeches have receded. Tensions have largely abated. The tempestuous wind of socioeconomic uncertainties has subsided. Normalcy reigns. Gladly, the confidence of international investors…

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Benefits of developing our inland waterways

By Capt. Chris Nezianya   Nigeria is blessed with many rivers, most of which are navigable. The two major rivers are Rivers Niger and Benue. They provide livelihood for the…

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