Shipping

More Foreign Shipping Companies Send Their Vessel To Ukraine To Lift Grain For Export To End Global Food Crisis

1 week ago

 By Lateef Adegbite, With Agency Reports  When  Sergei Shoigu, Russian Federation Defence minister and  Oleksandr  Kubrakou,  Ukrainian minister  of Infrastructure at the instance of their home governments to unblock  Ukrainian grain  exports, not many believe that Russian will  keep to the deal. This is because of their initial fear that the North American country of […]

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NIMASA: Jamoh Vows To Sustain Momentum Of  Anti-Piracy War To keep To IMB Records Of Decline

4 weeks ago

By Stephen Ubanna  Bashir Jamoh, Director General, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, NIMASA, international  rating in Maritime circles appears to have improved tremendously over the last two years due to the rapid decline  in the activities of Piracy and sea thieves in Nigerian waters  and the Gulf of Guinea, GoG. Jamoh’s efforts may have […]

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 UN Plans Sea Corridor For Export Of Ukraine Grain To Stave Off Global  Food Crisis

1 month ago

By Lateef Adegbite   with agency reports With the soaring prices of grain in the global food market, the United Nations, UN,  appears to have intervened    to set up  a sea corridor  for Ukrainian grain exports, described by maritime analysts as ‘’reasonable’’.  In actualising the plan,  Antonio Guterres,  the UN , Secretary General, wants Russia and […]

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NIMASA: ‘’Training And Retraining Of Manpower Is Required For A Virile Maritime Industry’’- Jamoh

2 months ago

 By Stephen Ubanna Barely two weeks after Bashir Jamoh, Director General, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, NIMASA, resumed duties after withdrawal from the Kauna state, All Progressive Congress, APC, governorship race, at the instance of the party Leadership and Nasir El-Rufai, the state governor, to pave way for Snator Uba Sani, the anointed Candidate, […]

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‘’We Are Committed To Reduction Of Human iInterface And Improved Turnaround Time of Vessels At The Nation’s Ports’’ – Jamoh

7 months ago

 By Stephen Ubanna The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, NIMASA, has commenced total digital manifest management regime for all vessels calling at all Nigerian Ports. The Physical transactions concerning Sailing Certificates and cargo manifest processing are being phased out completely as stakeholders are encouraged to fully embrace the Agency’s initiative by visiting the NIMASA […]

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Apapa: ‘‘We Will Not Compromise Proper Examination Of Cargoes’’ – Compt. Yusuf

8 months ago

By Stephen Ubanna For much of last year and now, there have been several  cases of Compromised Examination of imported cargoes at the Premier port, Apapa. The situation was so bad that Yusuf Malanta Ibrahim, who was appointed to replace  Mohammed Abba-Kura, now an Assistant Comptroller General of Customs, as the  Comptroller of the  Command, […]

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The Inside Story Of The Danish Frigate Operations In The GoG Region, As Jamoh, Meets with The Country’s Ambassador

9 months ago

By Stephen Ubanna  Those who think that Piracy and sea robbery activities  have returned into the Nigerian maritime domain and  the Gulf of Guinea, GoG, because of the recent killings of  four Pirates and subsequent capturing of four others, by the Danish frigate , Esbern Snare on Patrol, may have to do a rethink . […]

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Maritime Security: More troubles For Pirates, As NIMASA And The Korea Coast Guard Sign MoU, Of Cooperation

9 months ago

By Stephen Ubanna  Barely   two months after Kang Haengu, Consul General of the Asia country of Korea Embassy in Nigeria and Daniel Bertrand, the Ambassador designate of Belgium to Nigeria promised to support,  Nigeria’s efforts to improve the  security and safety  in the country’s maritime domain and the Gulf Of Guinea, Korea Consul General had […]

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‘’Increase In Container Freight Rate, We Will Not Pay Any Additional Cost’’- Nigerian Shippers Tell CMA, CGM

9 months ago

By Stephen Ubanna This is not the best of times for CMA and CGM, the two notable shipping lines that have dominated the nation’s shipping sector over the years from the Asian country of China. There had been a good working relationship between the two international shipping Lines and the Nigerian shippers which are active […]

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Jamoh Calls For Uniformity Of Anti-Piracy Laws In GoG, Member Countries To Enhance Security

9 months ago

By Stephen Ubanna As the Nigerian waters  are now safe ocean-going vessels which have been recognized by the International Maritime Bureau,IMB, a specialized Department of the International Chamber of Commerce, with a mandate to fight  crime –related maritime trade and the International Community, Bashir Jamoh, the Director General, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, NIMASA, […]

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