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NPA says only eight agencies allowed operations in ports nationwide

...asks NAFDAC, SON to vacate seaports in 24hrs Lagos - The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) on Tuesday disclosed that only eight Federal Government agencies are allowed to operate and have physical representation at all port locations in the country. The General Manager, Corporate and Strategic Communications of NPA, Alhaji Abdullahi Goje, said

Portugal sees exports and imports boom in 2017

Portuguese exports LISBON (Xinhua) - Portuguese exports and imports grew sharply in 2017, the National Statistics Institute (INE) revealed on Friday. Exports increased by 10.1 percent compared to 2016, while imports increased 12.5 percent. To put the figures in context, exports grew 0.8 percent and imports 1.5 percent in 2016 versus 2015.

British forwarders demand infrastructure investment following NIC report

Heathrow airport cargo terminal Shortly after a report was released Friday in the United Kingdom, criticizing the slow pace on infrastructure development across the country, the British International Freight Association (BIFA), representing U.K.-based freight forwarders, echoed similar admonishments to Parliament regarding the continuing delays in the third-runway project for Heathrow Airport. In the

Zimbabwean Govt Reduces Duty On Fuel Imports

Harare (The source) - Government has reduced excise duty on fuel imports, in a move aimed at reducing overall production costs in the country. Petrol prices in Zimbabwe which are ranging between $1,40 and $1,56 per litre while diesel costs between $1,30 and $1,33 per litre, are expected to drop following

Hope rises for Ibom Deep Seaport as procurement process begins

Artist impression of the Ibom Seaport project   There are indications that the construction of the Ibom Deep Seaport (IDSP) will soon start following the advertisement of the Request for Qualification (RFQ) from reputable private sector port operators in partnership with the Akwa Ibom State Government and the Federal Government. The RFQ is

Japan Airlines in talks third-party freighters to bring back freight capacity

Japan Airlines (JAL) is in talks with unnamed third-party operators to bring back freight capacity that had been lost when it suspended freighter operations in 2010, said Hiroo Iwakoshi, the carrier’s executive officer for cargo and mail. Imagine your Ad placed here The Japanese government has signed off on JAL’s use of cargo charters, but

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