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shippers guide is the learning page of MMS Plus. It treats the how to do and why you must do for importers and exporters with the participation of the stakeholders in shipping chain

How Transportants Can Develop Blueprint To Transform Nigeria – Babatunde

How Transportants Can Develop Blueprint To Transform Nigeria – Babatunde

By Kenneth Jukpor Dr. Samuel Babatunde is the Registrar of Ports and Terminal Management Academy of Nigeria (POTEMAN). In this exclusive interview with MMS Plus, he highlights the dynamics of human capacity building in port and terminal management. He also ...

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How To Choose The Aircraft To Suits The Environment

How To Choose The Aircraft To Suits The Environment

Owning an aircraft is an exciting, liberating and joyful experience. It takes the stress out of travel and can be a valuable business tool giving you the flexibility and reaction time to compete in today’s fast paced business environment. The ...

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How Airlines Manage Effects Of Climate Change

How Airlines Manage Effects Of Climate Change

About 15,000 aircraft service nearly 10,000 airports and operate over routes approximately 15 million km in total length. More the 2.2 billion passengers flew on the world’s airlines for vacation and business travel, and well in excess of a third ...

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How To Access Loans, Grants From Commercial Banks In Nigeria

How To Access Loans, Grants From Commercial Banks In Nigeria

By Okuneye Moyosola Mrs. Folake Soji-George is a Co-Founder of Al-Hadiat Nigeria Limited. She was one of the Guest Speakers at the 3rd Women In Leadership and Career Empowerment Programme (WILCEP) Africa Mentorship event. In this interview with MMS Plus newspaper, ...

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Why A Ship-owner Is A Shareholder, Not A Stakeholder – Onyung

Why A Ship-owner Is A Shareholder, Not A Stakeholder – Onyung

By Kenneth Jukpor Dr. Mkgeorge Onyung is the President of Ship Owners Association of Nigeria (SOAN). At the recent African Day of Seas and Oceans ceremony which held in Lagos, Onyung spoke to MMS Plus on a range of shipping ...

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How To Save Air Freight Cost With Right Packaging Solution

How To Save Air Freight Cost With Right Packaging Solution

As air shipping becomes more affordable and more widely available, many companies have turned to it as a fast and reliable option. Air shipment can move your products much more quickly than land or sea freight, but there are some ...

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How Insurance Could Transform Nigeria’s Shipping Sector – Gbolahan

There Is Need For P&I Club In The Region –Gbolahan

By Kenneth Jukpor Mr. Adu Gbolahan works with FBL Insurance brokers as a business development officer. He has over a decade experience in marine insurance and was among the previous executives of Nigerian Ship-owners Association (NISA)as a welfare officer. In this exclusive ...

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How To Improve Security At Nigerian Airports

How To Improve Security At Nigerian Airports

By Okuneye Moyosola Thousands of people pass through airports every day. Some are travelers, aviation workers, business people and several other categories of people. This population makes an airport a potential target for various forms of crime. In Nigeria, like ...

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Drone Technology And Its Benefits To Airports

Drone Technology And Its Benefits To Airports

By Okuneye Moyosola Over the last five years, the use of small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS) also known as drones have exploded within the U.S. According to Time Magazine, some 3 million drones were sold worldwide in 2017 and more ...

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Why Agents Patronize Kirikiri Lighter Terminal – Soleji

By Okuneye Moyosola Comrade Goddy Sewa Soleji is the Chairman, Kirikiri Lighter Terminal (KLT) chapter of the Association of Nigeria Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA). In this interview with MMS Plus, he bares his mind on the numerous challenges facing agents, delivers ...

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Our Strategies To Develop Africa’s Blue Economy – Anishere

Our Strategies To Develop Africa’s Blue Economy – Anishere

Barr. (Mrs.) Jean Chiazor Anishere is the President of African Women in Maritime otherwise known as WIMAfrica. In this chat with Vanguard, she speaks on the activities of WIMAfrica, piracy, and appeals to government to empower women in the Maritime ...

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Becoming A Pilot: Step-by-Step Career Guide

Becoming A Pilot: Step-by-Step Career Guide

Airline pilots fly aircraft according to set schedules to transport cargo and people. Commercial pilots might fly charter flights or those used for firefighting, crop dusting, or rescue purposes. Hazards that pilots might face include weather, fatigue, and extreme noise. ...

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Why We Block Licenses At Tin Can Island Port – Customs

Why We Block Licenses At Tin Can Island Port - Customs

By Kenneth Jukpor In recent times, freight agents have picked on the Tin Can Island Customs Command for numerous challenges ranging from numerous alerts to blockage of licenses. In this interview with MMS Plus, the Command’s Public Relations Officer (PRO) ...

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Why Antifouling Coatings For Ships Is Necessary

Why Antifouling Coatings For Ships Is Necessary

Shippers Guide is the learning page of MMS Plus newspaper. Here we answer the five W’s and H of several issues in the shipping industry. In this article, we will address the issues in antifouling coating, biofouling, among others. Marine coating systems ...

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How To Communicate Underwater Using Sounds

How To Communicate Underwater Using Sounds

Shippers Guide is the learning page of MMS Plus. Here we answer the five W’s and H of several issues in the shipping industry. This week’s edition focuses on the uses of sound in communication, navigation and transmission of data underwater. ...

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How To Do Ship Scrapping

How To Do Ship Scrapping

Ship breaking  Ship breaking or ship demolition is a type of ship disposal involving the breaking up of ships for either a source of parts, which can be sold for re-use, or for the extraction of raw materials, chiefly scrap. ...

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Harnessing Kola Nut Business For Export

Harnessing Kola Nut Business For Export

Kola nut in Nigeria, West Africa is an important economic crop in the South-Eastern part of the country as it is used in various traditions, it is being eaten more by the northerners but widely grown in the South West ...

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How To Report Corrupt Practices At Nigerian Ports – Vongtau

Gulf of Guinea Piracy: A Reality Or Farce?

By Kenneth Jukpor Mr. Samuel Vongtau is the Chairman of the Anti-Corruption and Transparency Monitoring Unit (ACTU) at Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC). He is also the Director, Legal Services at the Council. After a sensitization walk in Apapa, organized by ...

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How To Explore Charcoal Export Business In Nigeria

How To Explore Charcoal Export Business In Nigeria

The charcoal industry poses several opportunities to energy-savvy individuals. This large industry can be tapped from several fronts, but here are three (3) business opportunities in the charcoal industry: Charcoal Production: Production of charcoal been a delicate process, requires specific ...

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How To Handle Dangerous And Restricted Items When Traveling By Air

How To Handle Dangerous And Restricted Items When Traveling By Air

What is considered a safe item to travel with when a passenger wants to travel by air? What objects can you travel with on board the aircraft or which do you have to check-in? Or have as carry-ons? These questions ...

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