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India, US to boost maritime ties

India and the United States are to deepen the scope of cooperation in the maritime sector, with the American ports expressing interest in port-led development on the...

Nigeria to domesticate Maritime Labour Convention 2006

Director-General, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dakuku Peterside, on Saturday said that the agency had taken steps to domesticate the...

Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines join hands on maritime terror

Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines join hands on maritime terror

Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines will start jointly monitoring the Celebes Sea in response to a spate of recent attacks by Islamic extremists and pirates,...

Maritime Arbitrators Association to hold Dispute Resolution Week

The Maritime Arbitrators Association of Nigeria (MAAN) said it has concluded plans to host the first ever Dispute Resolution Week for maritime industry stakeholders,...

Maritime is the soul of the Nigerian economy – Peterside

Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dakuku Peterside has said that the maritime sector in Nigeria is the soul of the...

Examining the economics of Nigeria’s maritime defense

The recognition for the need to strengthen the nation’s maritime security against piracy and other forms of maritime terrorism has encouraged efforts from different...

Nigerian Navy seeks more assistance from US govt

The Nigerian Navy (NN) on Tuesday requested for more concessions in the purchase of Excess Defence Articles and other maritime security hardwares from the United States...

2014 would be a very difficult year – Nted

President-General Maritime Workers’ Union of Nigeria, Comrade Anthony Nted, has predicted hardship for the maritime industry this year following the recent trade...

Nigeria yet to tap 50% of her maritime potential’

A former director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr. Ade Dosunmu, has said that Nigeria has tapped less than 50 percent of...