L-R: Mr. Simeon Okeke, Port Manager, Delta Ports, Warri; Dr. Taiwo Afolabi (MON), Group Executive Vice Chairman, SIFAX Group; Dr. Sokonte Davies, Executive Director, Marine & Operations, Nigerian Ports Authority; Ms. Aina Egharevba, Director, Ocean and Cargo Terminal Services Limited and Mr. Adekunle Oyinloye, Group Managing Director, SIFAX Group during formal handing-over of Terminal B, Warri Old Port to Ocean & Cargo Terminal Services Limited in Warri, Delta State 

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L-R: Mr. Simeon Okeke, Port Manager, Delta Ports, Warri; Dr. Taiwo Afolabi (MON), Group Executive Vice Chairman, SIFAX Group; Dr. Sokonte Davies, Executive Director, Marine & Operations, Nigerian Ports Authority; Ms. Aina Egharevba, Director, Ocean and Cargo Terminal Services Limited and Mr. Adekunle Oyinloye, Group Managing Director, SIFAX Group during formal handing-over of Terminal B, Warri Old Port to Ocean & Cargo Terminal Services Limited in Warri, Delta State 

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L-R: Mr. Simeon Okeke, Port Manager, Delta Ports, Warri; Dr. Taiwo Afolabi (MON), Group Executive Vice Chairman, SIFAX Group; Dr. Sokonte Davies, Executive Director, Marine & Operations, Nigerian Ports Authority; Ms. Aina Egharevba, Director, Ocean and Cargo Terminal Services Limited and Mr. Adekunle Oyinloye, Group Managing Director, SIFAX Group during formal handing-over of Terminal B, Warri Old Port to Ocean & Cargo Terminal Services Limited in Warri, Delta State 

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L-R: Manager, HLSI Systems & Technology Ltd, Mr Mickey Har Gaash, Director General, NIMASA, Dr Dakuku Peterside, Best Graduating Student, Mohammed El-Yakubu and the Executive Director (Finance & Administration), NIMASA, Mr Bashir Yusuf Jamoh during the Graduation of participatants  at  a special integrated course on maritime surveillance and security in Lagos last week.  

L-R: Lagos State Governor Akinwunmi Ambode; Managing Director, National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA), Senator Olorunnimbe Mamora; Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Waterfront Infrastructure Development, Mrs. Folasade Fasehun and Commissioner for Transportation, Ladi Lawanson during a courtesy visit to the Governor by the NIWA Managing Director, at Alausa, Ikeja, last week. 

Representative of the Managing Director, Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) and the Executive Director, Marine and Operations, Dr. Sokonte H. Davies (Middle), the Danish Ambassador to Nigeria, His Excellency, Jesper Kamp (left) and the Managing Director of Maersk Nigeria Limited, Gildas Tohouo Tohouo (right), when the Danish Ambassador paid a courtesy visit to the Management of NPA at the Authority’s Corporate Headquarters in Marina, Lagos last week.

Autoport

Stallion ultramodern vehicle assembly plant in Lagos, Nigeria

A Cross Section of imported used vehicles at Berger automobile market last week

A cab trapped at a very bad spot on Berger along Apapa Oshodi expressway after the rain last week.

Coast To Coast

Faces at the opening of the third Princess Beatrix lock near Utrecht in the Netherlands last week  has been opened, enabling the first official passage of ships through the lock. 

Maritime Education

DG NIMASA, Dr. Dakuku Peterside, some Management Staff  of the agency and  foreign instructors in a group photograph with the grandaunts in Lagos during the graduation ceremony of the special integrate course maritime surveillance and  security in Lagos last week 

A cross section of stakeholders at the one-day seminar organized by the Nigerian Shippers' Council last week in Lagos 

  

Two-year spot freight rate trend for the World Container Index