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MARITIME

Reps berate Customs CG, describe agency as lawless

The Comptroller General of Customs, Abdullahi Inde DikkoThe Comptroller General of Customs, Abdullahi Inde Dikko, was on Wednesday summoned by the House of Representatives Committee on Public Accounts over queries bordering on the 2007–2010 remittances to the Federation Account.

Nigerians are the cause of inferior Chinese products –– Ambassador

The Chinese Ambassador to Nigeria, Deng Boqing, has exonerated his country from the influx of low quality goods imported into Nigeria from the Asian country.

East Coast Port strike could cost America a billion Dollars a day

As talks between the International Longshoremen's Association and the U.S. Maritime Alliance take place in a shroud of secrecy to avert a strike by 14,500 longshoremen members working at 14 major East Coast ports on December 30, one manufacturing association puts the cost of a potential strike at a billion dollars a day.

Stakeholders accuse Customs of plots to ambush maritime industry

Mr. Lucky AmiweroStakeholders in the country maritime sector have accused the Nigerian Customs Service (NCS) of trying to ambush the economy of the country.

Tanker drivers urge AMCON to sell Capital Oil’s products

Petroleum tanker drivers attached to depot of Capital Oil and Gas Limited have called on Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON) to take over  of the  facility and sell the products there,

Customs lobbies stakeholders on Single Window Implementation in 2013

PDeputy Comptroller-General, Corporate Support Service, Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Mr. John Ate (4th left), President, Association of Nigerian Licensed Customs Service Agents (ANLCA), Prince Olayiwola Shitu And Founder, National Association of Government Approved Freight Forwarders (NAGAFF) and other participants in a group photograph during a Single Window Programme by the Customs in Lagos.Nigeria Customs Service has appealed for the cooperation of Maritime industry stakeholders in order to ensure the successful commencement of the Single Window process of cargo clearance in Nigeria by the year 2013.