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Shippers Council’s move against illegal surcharges by shipping lines

The challenges facing Nigerian shippers are too many and from different directions. Apart from the issues of infrastructure in Nigerian ports environment that have impacted negatively on trade facilitation locally, importers have had to contend with the surcharges imposed on them by shipping agents who are acting on the dictations of multinational shipping lines under different conferences involved in the movement of goods from one continent to another.
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Shippers’ Council advocates removal of obstacles to cross border trade

The Nigerian Shippers’ Council, NSC, has called for the removal of obstacles to intra-regional integration in the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) sub-region saying that it “will be beneficial to the small scale traders that conduct cross-border commerce within the region.”
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Minister tasks sub-regional Shippers Council on implementation of WTO trade facilitation

Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, yesterday charged members of the West and Central Africa sub-region of the Union of African Shippers Council, UASC, to work at implementing the World Trade Organization, WTO, trade facilitation agreement.
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MOU with shipping companies will reduce cost of doing business in nigeria by 35% —- Shippers Council

The Nigerian Shippers Council, NSC, yesterday, said its planned signing of a Memorandum of Understand, MoU, with shipping companies operating in Nigeria will reduce cost of doing business in the country by 35 per cent.
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Shippers Council to stop ‘arbitrary port charges’

Shippers Council to stop ‘arbitrary port charges’

The Nigeria Shippers’ Council (NSC) is determined to stop arbitrary charges to make the ports attractive for business, The Nation has learnt. The NSC, sources said, was determined to resolve the problem caused by the concessioning of the seaports to private investors about 13 years ago. The council was taken to court by terminal operatorsRead More
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