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Otunba Kunle Folarin advocates for National Single Window at Nigeria’s ports.  … Pledges support for Shippers’ Council

Otunba Kunle Folarin advocates for National Single Window at Nigeria’s ports. … Pledges support for Shippers’ Council

News Feature, Press Release
The Chairman, Nigerian Ports Consultative Council, Otunba Kunle Folarin has called for the institution of the National Single Window at the nation's seaports. Otunba Folarin made the call when he led the Nigerian Ports Consultative Council (NPCC) on a courtesy visit to the Nigerian Shippers' Council in Lagos. According to him, National Single Window would give Nigeria a competitive edge over other maritime nations, noting that all stakeholders are working assiduously to make the country a regional maritime hub. NPCC chieftain also reiterated the need for intermodal transport in Nigerian maritime domain. He noted that an effective rail system and barge operations would address speedy evacuation of cargoes and reduce dependence on roads. He affirmed the readiness of NPCC to suppo...
Vehicle Transit Areas: Nigerian Shippers Council gets thumbs up

Vehicle Transit Areas: Nigerian Shippers Council gets thumbs up

Breaking News, Port News
The newly-appointed Permanent Secretary in the Federal Ministry of Transportation, Dr. Magdalene Ajani has commended the Nigerian Shippers Council for the establishment of Vehicle Transit Areas (VTAs) amongst other initiatives aimed at trade facilitation. Dr. Ajani who spoke when she received in audience the management team of the Nigeria Shippers Council led by its Executive Secretary, Hassan Bello, expressed delight at the modest achievements of the Council under his leadership . She urged the Council to carry on with its noble role of improving the lots of the Nigerian Shipper and that the Ministry of Transportation would give all necessary assistance to the Council on the actualization of its core mandate. Barr Bello had earlier briefed the new Permanent Secretary about some...