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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 To Choose A Freight Forwarder

CEMA Amendment: CRFFN Registrar Opposes Customs CEMA

When it comes to international freight forwarding and transportation, deciding on the right freight forwarder is like choosing the right supplier, vendor or accountant; you are choosing a partner that will help your business succeed. Your freight forwarder should be ...

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How To Overcome Thunderstorms While At Sea

How To Overcome Thunderstorms While At Sea

With heavy thunderstorms you will often find lightning. Lightning on the water can bring life-threatening circumstances. For your safety and the safety of others aboard your vessel, this week’s edition of Shippers’ Guide is publishing this article on lightning protection ...

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Customs And Traditions Of Recreational Boating Safety And Etiquette

Customs And Traditions Of Recreational Boating Safety And Etiquette

This week’s edition of Shippers’ Guide examines boating, as a recreational sport that has been around for over 300 years. During this time many customs and traditions have been developed in order to help relieve the natural stress that comes ...

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Stipulated Trade Policies On Imports And Exports In Nigeria 

Nigeria Loses N3.6tn to Poor Agribusiness Export

Import and export trade policies in Nigerian are clearly specified to guide shippers on step by step procedures of international trade. This week’s edition of Shippers’ Guide highlights the knowledge a shipper should possess to freely participate in global trade ...

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Where Not To Seek Maritime Education

GOOD Corruption: How CRFFN Spent N3.9billion 2017 Budget

It is not every day one runs into a professor. Therefore, when MMS Plus sighted Professor Abimaje Akpa, former Vice Chancellor of Benue State University (BSU) at the Council for the Regulation of Freight Forwarding in Nigeria (CRFFN) headquarters recently, ...

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Strategy For Growth In Nigeria Ship Building Industry

Strategy For Growth In Nigeria Ship Building Industry

Engr. Uba Basil Ajala is the Managing Director of Delta Marine shipping company Limited and a member of the Nigerian Society of Engineers. In this week’s edition of Shipper’s Guide he explains the need for development in ship and the ...

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Appraising the Electronic “Call-Up” Initiative

BEARS: Speed Zero

The Association of Maritime Truck Owners (AMATO) has developed an initiative “the call-up system” to eliminate gridlocks at port environs usually caused by trucks and tankers. As a result, MMS Plus sat with AMATO’s chairman Chief Remi Ogungbemi to fetch ...

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International Sales Contract: Risk Assessment And Underwriting

International Sales Contract: Risk Assessment And Underwriting

Introduction The basis of the contract is the proposal form. Premiums must be paid upfront before commencement of cover. Premiums form the basis or the consideration for indemnity. What is Marine Insurance? Marine Insurance is International in nature. It is ...

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Dynamics Of Human Capacity Building In The Maritime Industry

How Transportants Can Develop Blueprint To Transform Nigeria – Babatunde

Dr Samuel Babatunde is the Registrar of Ports and Terminal Management Academy of Nigeria (POTEMAN). In this exclusive interview with MMS Plus Weekly, he features as your Shippers’ Guide and highlights the dynamics of human capacity building in the maritime ...

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How Stevedoring Professionals Ensure Safety In Safety In Cargo Handling

The Evolving Impact Of Stevedores In The Maritime Industry

Mr. Bolaji Sumola is the president of Nigerian Association of Stevedoring Companies (NASC), as a critical stakeholder in the supply chain and a veteran in ports operations, he features as our Shipper’s Guide this week in this exclusive chat with Ifeoma ...

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Steps To Efficient Trade Facilitation In Nigerian Ports

Steps To Efficient Trade Facilitation In Nigerian Ports

Chief Lexy Nwangwu is the Vice President BOT (Board Of Trustees) Association Registered Freight Forwarders in Nigeria (AREFFN) in this exclusive chat with MMS Plus’ Ifeoma Oguamanam he features as this week’s Shippers’ Guide, and he highlights the necessary steps to efficient ...

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Operating A Modern Port System In Nigeria

Shippers Council, Customs Synergize To Enhance Nigerian Ports Efficiency

The Executive Secretary/ Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Nigerian Shippers’ Council, Barr. Hassan Bello is at the front burner of innovative projects in modern ports infrastructural development as the top man of the Council that has been assigned the role of ...

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How To Promote Efficiency In Trade Facilitation

Shippers’ Council Seals PS Maritime, Reopens Cosco Shipping

Barr, Hassan Bello is the Executive Secretary/ Chief Executive Officer (CEO) the Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC). In this interview with MMS Plus on Shippers’ Guide he enlightens you on the essence of the Council and how the Shippers’ Council promotes ...

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Overcoming Port Congestion

Overcoming Port Congestion

The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), in this week’s edition of Shipper’s Guide, tutors you on what the Service can do in a case of congestion in the port. Excerpts. As Christmas period draws near, more cargos will be coming into ...

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How Stevedoring Operates In Maritime Industry

How Stevedoring Operates In Maritime Industry

This week’s edition of Shippers’ Guide features Mr. Ashinwo Adebayo St. Peters, the Managing Director, Prometheus Maritime Limited, who is also the Assistant General Secretary of Nigerian Ship owners Association (NISA), has been in the maritime industry for more than ...

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Role Of Marine Insurance In Maritime Trade

Role Of Marine Insurance In Maritime Trade

Adu Gbolahun is a Business Developer of LASACO Insurance Company plc, Apapa branch and Welfare Officer of Nigerian Ship owners Association (NISA) he has been involved in the maritime industry for more than five years, he features as this week’s ...

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How To Excel In Ship Charter Services

How To Excel In Ship Charter Services

Mr. Donald Damina is the Deputy General Manager Protection Plus Services Limited, before now, he was the Managing Director Tiger Shipping Limited. In this weeks’ edition of Shippers’ Guide with Ifeoma Oguamanam, he navigates on the specifics of ship chartering services. ...

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How To Encourage Export Of Non Oil Products

How To Encourage Export Of Non Oil Products

Mr. Kola Aderibigbe is a trade facilitator and the Managing Director of KSP shipping limited. In this Edition of Shippers’ Guide he explains what it takes to encourage non crude export trade in Nigeria. Excerpts. How will you rate the ...

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Maximizing Gains Of E-platform

Maximizing Gains Of E-platform

Comptroller Benjamin Aber is the Head, Information and Communication Technology Unit at the headquarters of the Nigeria Customs Service under the Federal Ministry of Finance. In this Edition of Shippers’ Guide with Ifeoma Oguamanam of MMS Plus, he enlightens stakeholders ...

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Waste Management In The Oil And Gas Sector

Waste Management In The Oil And Gas Sector

In this week’s edition of Shippers’ Guide, the Managing Director, Chief Executive Officer Paradigm Environmental System Consultants Limited, Mr. Adebiyi Adeosun explains the intricacies of waste management in the oil and gas industry and how these wastes can be recycled to drive ...

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