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Hanjin shipping

U.S. retailers fear for cargo aboard Hanjin ships 

The National Retail Federation and the Hardwood Federation have led a coalition of 120 organizations representing retailers, manufacturers, agribusinesses and other...

Fashola wants cargo moved from ports by rail

The Minster of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, has inspected ongoing rehabilitation of access road to Apapa and Tin Can Island ports in Lagos, calling for...

Port of Salalah 

Cargo volume surges at Port of Salalah 

Container throughput at the Port of Salalah, part of the APM Terminals Global Terminal Network, reached 1.584 million TEU in the first half of 2016, representing a 29%...

NIMASA-cargo

NIMASA collects N285.8bn from cargo charges in 7 years

The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency collected a total sum of $1.34 billion (about N215 billion at prevailing rate of N160 per dollar) from its...

Cargo volumes rise at Port of Melbourne

Total container throughput at Australia’s Port of Melbourne recorded its fastest growth rate since 2011-12, increasing by 2.3% to 2.6 million TEUs in the 2016...

NPA to facilitate movement of cargo by rail

  Managing Director of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Hadiza Usman has emphasized the need to move cargo in and out of the port by rail so as to lessen...

Port of Melbourne

Cargo volumes rise at Port of Melbourne

Total container throughput at Australia’s Port of Melbourne recorded its fastest growth rate since 2011-12, increasing by 2.3% to 2.6 million TEUs in the 2016...

Ambode

Lagos to ship first cargo of crude oil next month

The much anticipated first ever crude oil export cargo from the Aje field, offshore Lagos, will be shipped to the United Kingdom in September. Following the commencement...

Low cargo volume a time bomb

While the government of Nigeria struggles to reposition the ailing economy, experts are of the view that beyond official grandstanding, theorizing and gobbledygook, the...

Angola LNG returns to global market with first post-shutdown cargo

Angola’s recently refurbished liquefied natural gas (LNG) export plant has launched a tender to sell its first cargo since it was unexpectedly shut down in April...

Cargo throughput rises by 14% at Nigerian ports

Cargo throughout at the nation’s seaports stood at 19.66 million metric tonnes in the first quarter of this year, showing an increase of 14 per cent over the 17.25...

Improved port channels attract large ships as cargo throughput surge at Nigerian ports

Larger vessels of above 232.33 meters with capacity of 4,500 TEUS requiring draught of 13.5 meters have started visiting the Nation’s seaports, according to a...