Coronavirus: Thousands Of Seafarers ‘Suffering Depression’ After Being Stranded On Ships
COVID-19, News

Coronavirus: Thousands Of Seafarers ‘Suffering Depression’ After Being Stranded On Ships

admin- July 22, 2020

THOUSAND of seafarers from around the world are stuck on ships suffering from “depression and anxiety” because COVID-19 restrictions mean crew changes still can’t take ... Read More

India Allows Foreign Seafarers To Sign Off At Its Ports
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India Allows Foreign Seafarers To Sign Off At Its Ports

admin- July 20, 2020

India’s directorate general of shipping ruled on Friday to allow foreign seafarers to sign off at Indian ports and then to take flights out of ... Read More

Mumbai Port Handled 321 Ships, 9 Million Metric Tons Of Cargo During Extended Lockdown Period
COVID-19, News

Mumbai Port Handled 321 Ships, 9 Million Metric Tons Of Cargo During Extended Lockdown Period

admin- June 17, 2020

The Mumbai port has handled 321 ships and 9.6 million metric tons of cargo during the corona-virus-induced lock-down period. The Mumbai Port Trust has said ... Read More

HOW JAMOH’S CHARM OFFENSIVE IS PAYING OFF AGAINST MARITIME PIRACY
Maritime Security, News

HOW JAMOH’S CHARM OFFENSIVE IS PAYING OFF AGAINST MARITIME PIRACY

admin- June 15, 2020

The Nimasa Director-General is Determined to Win This Fight By Ubong Essien NIMASA has a mandate and the means to secure the nation’s maritime expanse ... Read More

‘Maritime To Lead Nigeria From Oil Dependency’
News, Shipping Development

‘Maritime To Lead Nigeria From Oil Dependency’

admin- November 4, 2020

The Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr Bashir Jamoh, has said maritime offers Nigeria a bounteous substitute in the ... Read More

Amidst Scarcity, Millions Of Meters Rot At Lagos Port Over 35% Levy
Agencies, COVID-19

Amidst Scarcity, Millions Of Meters Rot At Lagos Port Over 35% Levy

admin- June 9, 2020

…NERC increases meter cost to reflect naira devaluation Millions of electricity customers are being denied meters, and part of the reason is that the Nigerian ... Read More

NIMASA seeks synergy with Lagos agency
Maritime Safety, News

NIMASA seeks synergy with Lagos agency

admin- July 20, 2020

The Director-General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, Bashir Jamoh, has pledged to go tough against untrained boat skippers who endanger passengers’ lives. ... Read More