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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 Start Cashew Nut Export Business

Group Blames Speculators For Rejected 37,000 Tonnes Of Cashew

Cashew is a juicy fruit that bears a kidney-shaped nut, which is edible only when roasted. The demand for this fruit is huge in virtually all parts of the world, but majority of the world’s cashew comes from Africa. Interestingly ...

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How To Begin A Lucrative Charcoal Export Business

How To Begin A Lucrative Charcoal Export Business

Do you know that black material formed after heating wood that is called “Charcoal” and we are likely to discard after use because we do not think it is important? It would amaze you to know that that right there ...

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How To Start Kola Nut Export Business

Harnessing Kola Nut Business For Export

Kolanut production and its cultivation processes Kolanut 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 ...

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How To Export Virgin Coconut Oil To Europe

How To Export Virgin Coconut Oil To Europe

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 teaches the basic requirements for exporting virgin coconut oil to Europe. The European market for virgin ...

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Cocoa: How To Exploit The Huge Global Market For Chocolate Products

Cocoa: Exploring The Huge Global Market For Chocolate Products

Hundreds of years ago, the Greeks referred to chocolate as the ‘food of the gods’. Today, chocolate is a highly demanded luxury product and an impulsive treat for millions of people around the world. No wonder the global market for ...

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Starting Palm Wine Business For Export

Starting Palm Wine Business For Export

                                         Palm wine is a hugely popular beverage in many parts of West and Central Africa and consumed by millions of ...

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How To Start Plantain Flour Production For Export

Flour industry generates 10 million jobs annually – Olam

  Introduction Plantain is a food crop that can be grown and processed profitably in Nigeria. Study shows that the production of plantain is over 80 million metric tones per year. Despite this figure, demand still outstrips supply. That is ...

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How To Start A Rice Farming Business In Nigeria

How To Start A Rice Farming Business In Nigeria

If you are looking for lucrative business ideas in Nigeria, you need to seriously consider entering the rice farming business – which is undoubtedly the most profitable business in the Nigerian agricultural sector. Rice farming business in Nigeria is set ...

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Understanding The Importance Of Antifouling Coatings For Ships

Understanding The Importance Of Antifouling Coatings For Ships

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 ...

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How To Start Cassava Chips Business For Export

How To Start Cassava Chips Business For Export

Cassava Chips production is a relatively new business idea in Nigeria. Cassava Chips is a product derived from cassava. Nigeria is the largest producer of cassava in the world with a yield of about 54 million tonnes of cassava in ...

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Exploring Private Investments For Export/Imports Transformation

Exploring Private Investments For Export/Imports Transformation

 By Oyeniyi Iwakun During the recent stakeholders breakfast meeting on financing Inland Dry Ports (IDP) and Truck Transit Parks (TTP) organized by the Nigeria Shippers Council (NSC) and Federal Ministry of Transportation in Lagos, the Director General, Infrastructure Concession Regulatory ...

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How To Start Profitable Crayfish Business For Export

How To Start Profitable Crayfish Business For Export

Crayfish resembles fish, but it is not as big as water crabs. You can make a fortune out of crayfish business. Crayfish business is quite lucrative and not hard to run with proper training and orientation. That aspect of the ...

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How To Start Cassava Farming And Processing Business For Export

How To Start Cassava Farming And Processing Business For Export

  A single farming season spent in cassava farming and processing can hand you the key to financial freedom. Yes! Cultivating and processing cassava is simply a money-making venture. In this post, I will show you why you should consider ...

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Roles For Women In The Rebirth Of Mining In Nigeria

Roles For Women In The Rebirth Of Mining In Nigeria

Engr. (Mrs.) Janet Adeyemi is the President of Women in Mining, Nigeria and also a 2017 inductee into the MMS Woman of Fortune Hall of Fame (WoFHoF) initiative. During the recent Nigeria Mining week which took place in Abuja, she ...

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Prospects In Nigeria’s Oil And Gas Industry

Prospects In Nigeria’s Oil And Gas Industry

Hon. Joseph Iranola Akinlaja is the Chairman House of Representatives Committee on Petroleum Resources. He delivered a paper on the Downstream at the 11th edition of Oil Trading and Logistics (OTL) Africa Downstream Week in Lagos, recently. He revealed some ...

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How To Explore Opportunities In The Downstream Sector

How To Explore Opportunities In The Downstream Sector

Hon. Dr. Mohammed Amin Adam is the Deputy Minister for Energy (Petroleum) in Ghana. During the recent Oil Trading and Logistics Africa (OTL) Downstream Week in Lagos, he was a Special Guest of Honour and he delivered an apt assessment ...

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Building on the Successes of the Agricultural Transformation Agenda (ATA)

Building on the Successes of the Agricultural Transformation Agenda (ATA)

This policy document is the outcome of an intensive consultative process starting in November 2015 through April 2016, and involving multiple stakeholders. From farmer groups to investors to processors to lenders to civil servants to academics, many stakeholders provided detailed ...

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Son Conformity Assessment Programme (Soncap)

SON designs system to maintain high standard of Nigerian products

SONCAP is a pre-shipment verification of conformity to Standards process used to verify that products to be imported into Nigeria are in conformity with the applicable NIS or approved equivalents, and technical regulations before shipment. Under the SONCAP regime, imports ...

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Requirements For Registration Of Technology Transfer Agreement With NOTAP

It is important to know that the National Office for Technology Acquisition And Promotion (NOTAP) registers technology transfer agreement in the Manufacturing; Information and Communication Technology (ICT); Finance & Insurance; Hotels and Restaurant; Oil and Gas; Civil Construction; Agriculture/Forestry; Transport ...

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Understanding The Operating  Standards  For  The  Feed  Milling  Industry

Understanding The Operating  Standards  For  The  Feed  Milling  Industry

The objective of this standard document is to help ensure the safety offood for human consumption through adherence to good animal feeding practice at the farm level and good manufacturing practices (GMPs) during the purchase, handling, storage, processing and distribution ...

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