The Association of Nigerian Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA) has been nominated for the African Maritime & Energy (AME) Customs Brokers Association of the Year in Africa Award.
The AME Award is part of the 3rd Africa Shipping & Oil Roundtable/Investment Forum/ Exhibition 2013 themed Global Partnership for the Sustainability of Infrastructural Development of the Maritime and Energy Sectors, organised by the Africa Business and Logistics Support Services (ABSLSS) and scheduled to hold next month at Cape Town, South Africa.
The forum is designed to help Africa meet its economies infrastructural development requirements necessary for the continent’s integration into the global maritime and energy trade circle.
The event also serves as a platform for trade facilitation in Africa experts to reflect on new directions for the profitable growth of the continent.
The ANLCA National President, Prince Olayiwola Shittu, said that the Association’s nomination for the award of Customs Brokers Association of the Year in Africa shows that its efforts to carve a niche for itself globally, have being recognised.
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