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L-R 3rd left, Abdullahi Mohammad, State Vice Chairman, NARTO, Mr. Victor Nnorom, Chairman, Amalgamation Trucking Associations, Mrs Foluke Judge, President of Cooporate Fleet Owners, Chief Agoha John representing Association of Nigerian Licensed Customs Agents, ANLCA at the meeting of the Amalgamation of Trucking Association with others in Maritime industry held in Lagos last week.