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Shippers’ Council tasks BOAN on standard barges

Nigerian Shippers Council, NSC has implored barge operators beneath the aegis of Barge Operators Association of African country, BOAN, to avoid substandard barges in alternative to curb loss of their investments and consignments of their shoppers.

Speaking at a gathering with BOAN at the Council’s Head workplace in port, secretary of the NSC, Hassan Bello, counseled BOAN members for his or her efforts in maritime provision however challenged them to require the problem of safety and acquisition of technically sound facilities serious for higher operation.

Bello aforesaid that barge operations have come back to remain within the maritime trade as a result of it’s useful to the expansion of the economy.

He said BOAN should contribute to the saneness of the ports setting and mixed up larger stakeholders’ engagement wherever alternative key players within the trade move to debate problems moving the trade. He added: “On the problem of evaluation, we’ve to appear at several factors in setting tariffs for barge operations. 

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