PHOTOS: Town hall meeting on cargo palletization

Faces at the Town Hall Meeting on Cargo Palletization organised by Ships & Ports and supported by the Nigerian Shippers’ Council and Sifax Group. The meeting recorded quality attendance and participation by various segments of the maritime industry.


Executive Secretary/CEO of Nigerian Shippers’ Council, Mr. Hassan Bello and the Managing Director of CMA CGM Nigeria, Mr. Todd Rives.


Bello and the National President, Association of Nigerian Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA), Prince Olayiwola Shittu.


A representative of the Shippers’ Association of Lagos State (SALS) making a remark.


Customs officers


The Chairman, Association of Maritime Truck Owners (AMATO), Chief Remi Ogungbemi (standing) stressing a point.


Dr. Frank Ojadi of Lagos Business School (left) and the Director Western Zone, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Mr. Olayemi Abbass.


Commercial Consul of the US Embassy, Ms. Jennifer Wood (right) and Director Special Duties of Nigerian Shippers’ Council, Mr. Ignatius Nweke.


Head, Corporate Communication of SIFAX Group, Mr. Muyiwa Akande (2nd right) and other participants.


A cross-section of participants.


A cross-section of participants.


An official of Nigerian Shippers’ Council making a clarification of the palletization policy.


A retired Comptroller of Customs, Mr. Olu Ogunojemiti (standing) making his contribution while Captain Adewale Ishola (middle) and others listen with rapt attention.


L-R: Chairman, Port Consultative Council, Otunba Kunle Folarin; Mr. Henry Ajoh of SIFAX Group; Bello ad Shittu.



A cross-section of participants.

More contributions from the floor.

More contributions from the floor.



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