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How To Eradicate The Menace Of Sea Piracy – Oloyede

How To Eradicate The Menace Of Sea Piracy - Oloyede

The security of the oceans is paramount for the humanity. Indeed, oceans are not only important as the platform on which is performed the transport of 90% of goods that sustains the world economy but they provide resources of various ...

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How To Save Someone Who Is Drowning

How To Save Someone Who Is Drowning

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 how to identify a drowning person; different types of ...

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Understanding Various Types Of Ferries And Ships

Understanding Various Types Of Ferries And Ships

Ferries Ferries are types of boats which are very commonly found in areas where the main modem of transportation happens through water. In such areas, ferries are used not just to transport passengers from one shore to another but to ...

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How To Run A Lobster Farm For Export

How To Run A Lobster Farm For Export

LOBSTER FARMING Commercial lobster farming is becoming very popular day by day and it’s a very profitable business. Among all the highly-priced marine crustacean, lobsters are larger in size. A mature lobster weights between 250 to 400 grams. Lobster farming ...

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How To Survive Thunderstorms At Sea

How To Survive Thunderstorms 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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Basic Etiquettes For Recreational Boating Safety

Basic Etiquettes For Recreational Boating Safety

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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Hides And Skin Business And Export Opportunities For Nigeria

Hides And Skin Business And Export Opportunities For Nigeria

Shippers Guide is the learning page of MMS Plusnewspaper. Here we answer the five W’s and H of several issues in the shipping industry. This week’s edition focuses on the nitty-gritty of hides and skin business in Nigeria as well ...

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How To Maximize Snail Farming For Export

How To Maximize Snail Farming For Export

Snail farming in Nigeria is considered to be one of the most lucrative agribusiness you can start with low capital. Yet, it is one of the most neglected animal rearing business in these countries. Snail farming provides one of the ...

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Sugarcane Production And Export From Nigeria

Sugarcane Production And Export From Nigeria

When you consider the fact that Nigeria is the second largest consumer of sugar in Africa, then you’d know that the market for sugarcane farming can be very lucrative. Currently, Nigeria has the largest sugar refining plant in Africa yet ...

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Venturing Into Profitable Honey Export Business

Exploring Opportunities In Honey Export Business

“Bee keeping/honey production is one agricultural business that you don’t wait to sell your product; before you produce buyers are already queued up to pick it off you. And wild honey does not get spoilt; it can stay for years ...

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Exporting Dried Mushrooms To Europe

Exporting Dried Mushrooms To Europe

Europe is the largest market for dried mushrooms and fungi in the world, representing around 30% of total world imports in value. Large importing markets such as Germany, France, Italy and Poland offer opportunities for developing country exporters. Opportunities can ...

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Starting A Lucrative Avocado Export

Starting A Lucrative Avocado Export

Avocado commonly referred to as the African Pear has the potential for fostering Nigeria’s industrial growth. The fruit also known as “green gold” for the high prices it fetches can generate foreign exchange in large volume annually. But despite an ...

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Starting A Lucrative Breadfruit Farming and Export Business In Nigeria

Starting A Lucrative Breadfruit Farming and Export Business In Nigeria

An increase in every society’s population demands an equal rise in the food supply. Nigeria’’s population is constantly growing, and so, necessitates a continuous expansion of its food sources to meet the health and dietary needs of the people living ...

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Women And The Blue Economy – WIMA’s Perspective

THE DRAFT CONVENTION ON RECOGNITION OF FOREIGN JUDICIAL SALE OF SHIPS: NIGERIA’S POSITION

Barr. (Mrs.) Jean Chiazor Anishere is the Principal Counsel, JEAN CHIAZOR & CO. Legal Practitioners, Notary Public & Arbitrators. She is also the President of African Women In Maritime (WIMAFRICA) Nigeria. Recently she delivered this paper at the 2nd Edition ...

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How to Start a Sesame Seed Export Business in Nigeria

How to Start a Sesame Seed Export Business in Nigeria

When the word “exporting” is mentioned to some Nigerians who are seeking means of making money or investing to yield returns, they back off! Having this mindset that it is for a particular stratum of individuals in business! The Agricultural ...

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Career Opportunities In Nigeria’s Maritime Sector: Customs Perspective

Customs Intercepts 13 Containers Of Tramadol Worth N3.1bn At Tin Can Port

As part of events to mark Children’s Day celebration, the Deputy Comptroller (Enforcement) Dera Nnadi represented the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) Tin Can Island Port Command, Lagos presented a paper at the Vow Ventures 2018 Children’s Day Ocean Ambassadors programme ...

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Investment Opportunities In Soybean Production and Export

Investment Opportunities In Soybean Production and Export

One of the crops in which Nigeria has comparative advantage and one that will remain profitable for a long time is soybeans. A small farmstead cannot go wrong growing this plant. Soybeans is viable because it has good prospects as ...

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How To Start Pawpaw Export Business

How To Start Pawpaw Export Business

Papaya consumption in Europe is not yet as common as in most tropical countries, but it is gradually increasing. Developments in better logistics, convenience such as ready-to-eat, and increased product promotion contribute to its growth and make papaya an interesting ...

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Blue Economy: Where To Find Opportunities As A Woman

BULLS: HBD Mary!!!

This informative paper was presented by the President of Women’s International Shipping and Trading Association (WISTA) Nigeria, Mrs. Mary Hamman at the recent 2018 Lagos International Maritime Week, organized by Zoe Maritime Resources Limited. THE DEFINITION OF THE BLUE ECONOMY ...

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 Roles Of Ethics And Reputation In Ship Chartering

 Roles Of Ethics And Reputation In Ship Chartering

Ship chartering highly relies on the relationship between the parties. However, we all know that the shipping market mainly consists of offshore paper companies which sometimes have no assets or real substance and due to this reason, the risk involved ...

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