Saturday, January 16, 2021

LADOL Remains Best in Class, Overcoming 2020 Challenges and Renewing its ISO Certifications. By...

LAGOS December 24, 2020: Lagos Deep Offshore Logistic Base, LADOL has once proven to be one of the...

Why We Are Committed, Not Distracted-Tanko Ibrahim. By Joy Enamuna

Alhaji Tanko Ibrahim The Vice President, Western Zone of the National Association of Government Approved Freight Forwarders (NAGAFF) Alhaji...

PHOTO- Minister of Transport in search of solutions to Apapa Gridlock. By...

Honourable Minister of Transportation, the Permanent Secretary, the Executive Secretary/CEO-NSC, Managing Director, -NPA, conduct on the spot assessment of Tin Can Island...

ANTI-PIRACY WAR: UN APPLAUDS NIGERIA’S LEADERSHIP ROLE. By Joy Enamuna

 Celebrates SPOMO Act, Deep Blue Project ·  We’re Poised to Overcome Maritime Insecurity With Home-grown Solutions – Jamoh

BUHARI TO COMMISSION LAGOS-IBADAN RAILWAY NEXT MONTH. By Joy Enamuna

FG Committed to Transport Sector Revitalisation- Amaechi Professionalism Key to Quality and Efficiency in Sector, Says...

GOWON SEEKS INNOVATIVE WAYS TO REPOSITION TRANSPORTATION… Condemns Destruction of Public Assets … As...

President, Chartered Institute of Transport Administration of Nigeria (CIoTA), Dr. Bashir Jamoh flanked by the...

Attack on NPA Headquarters: Heads of Maritime Agencies in Deep Shock. By Joy Enamuna

Port Facilities Key to National Economy – Jamoh It’s Assault on Maritime Industry – Hadiza

PHOTO NEWS: SIFAX Group Celebrates the 2020 Customer Service Week. By JOY ENAMUNA

SIFAX Group celebrated the 2020 Customer Service Week in style with various activities lined up to commemorate the weeklong event.

SIFAX Group opens new terminal to combat port access problem. Joy Enamuna

SIFAX Group, a conglomerate with investments in Maritime, Aviation, Logistics, Oil & Gas, Hospitality...

NIGERIAN SHIPPERS’ COUNCIL REQUEST WAIVERS OF DEMURRAGE DURING THE PAST WEEK’S DISRUPTIONS. By Joy...

Activities at Apapa, the port city of Lagos are gradually returning to normal as Lagos State government has...