Nigeria Strike Stops Offload Deployment of 29 Vessels at Ports
11 Jan, 2012 Industry News • Announcements • Service Advisory
Nigeria may soon run into shortage of premium motor spirit (PMS) commonly known as petrol, as offloading and  deployment of about 426,367 metric tonnes of the product  already imported and consigned to Nigeria and awaiting  berths at the ports, suffer setback.
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Resumption of Services to Nigeria
17 Jan, 2012 • • Announcements • Investor Relations • Public Relations • Security Advisory • Industry News
Please be advised that Ship Afrika® will be resuming Air Cargo services to Nigeria following the suspension of the nationwide labor strike. We appreciate your patience and understanding during this difficult period given the timing of the recent developments in Nigeria.
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Customs FAAN ANLCA meet over cargo crises at Lagos airport
25 Jun, 2012 Announcements • Industry News • Service Advisory
By Andrew Airahuobhor Correspondent
Officials of the Nigerian Customs Service (NCS), Association of Nigeria Customs Licensed Agents (ANLCA) and the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) are set to meet today to resolve crises besetting cargo clearance at th.. Read More
Goods Rot At Airport -DT Nigeria
04 May, 2012 Service Advisory • Announcements • Industry News
A disagreement between Customs and clearing agents over weighing procedures leads to uncleared goods lying waste at airport. A disagreement between the clearing agents and the Nigerian Customs Service on duties has left cargo worth millions of Nai.. Read More
Ship Afrika set to launch customer-friendly online shipping platform
05 Jan, 2012 Announcements • Public Relations • Industry News

Ship Afrika®, the international freight-forwarding company has launched an online shipping platform for its customers. The company which was established in 2010 and supports over 200 clients between the United States of American and several African countries, will give its existing and new cu.. Read More

Major Ports Facing Crippling Strike After Union Offers Rejected
19 Dec, 2012 Service Advisory • Industry News

The prospect of a massive strike that would cripple ports from Canada to Texas gained momentum over the Labor Day weekend when shippers rejected a demand by the.. Read More

Partial Deal With Union Averts a Strike at 14 Ports
29 Dec, 2012 Service Advisory • Industry News

Dockworkers dropped their threat of an imminent strike against ports from Bosto.. Read More

Nigerian Customs Shuts down SAHCOL NAHCO Warehouses
05 Sep, 2013 Service Advisory • Industry News

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ACL-Grimaldi NOTICE-- High Heavy Static Weight at Bayonne
18 Aug, 2014 Service Advisory • Announcements • Industry News

Effective immediately Ports America Bayonne Auto Terminal will require officially issued weight tickets/certificates for all High/Heavy and Static equipment. 

Units that do not meet this requirement/standard will be rejected and the transporter wil.. Read More

NAHCO Bulk Breaking Area Remains Shut
21 Nov, 2014 Service Advisory • Announcements • Industry News

by Shola Adekola - Lagos

Twenty four hours after an open confrontation that ensued between the officials of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) and the Association of Nigeria License Customs Agents (ANLCA) at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport (MMIA), Lagos, the Bu.. Read More

Freight Forwarders and Agents Urge FG to Reopen Warehouses
28 Nov, 2014 Service Advisory • Industry News

by Chinedu Eze and Martha Momoh

The freight and forwarding agents under the auspices of the National Association of Government Approved Freight Forwarders (NAGAFF) and the Association of Nigerian Licensed Customs Agents (ANCLA) operating at the Murtala Mohammed Internati.. Read More

Lagos airport cargo terminal reopened
03 Dec, 2014 Industry News • Service Advisory
By Ibe Uwaleke

The Federal Government yesterday reopened the cargo shed of the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos  which it shut two weeks ago. The terminal was opened a few minutes to 12pm after the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), “broke the seal” whic.. Read More
Ghana Advance Shipment Information - ASHI
18 Feb, 2015 Service Advisory • Regulatory Advisory • Announcements • Public Relations • Industry News
As per new regulations implemented by the Ghana Shipper’s Authority, effective March 1, 2015 all cargo going to Ghana will require Advanced Shipment Information (ASHI). Each bill of lading will require a validated ASHI document issued at loadport and such ASHI document number must be added to .. Read More
Important Notice - A New Beginning
05 Sep, 2016 Service Advisory • Announcements • Investor Relations • Public Relations • Industry News
Dear Valued Client:

Since we first open.. Read More
Complete Embargo on all Samsung Galaxy Note 7
12 Oct, 2016 Industry News • Security Advisory • Announcements • Regulatory Advisory • Service Advisory

Effectively immediately, Ship Afrika will no longer accept any Samsung Note 7 devices for carriage as cargo on aircrafts. This embargo allies to any and all models of Samsung Galaxy Note 7, including the new replacement devices. Ship Afrika will not accept any fut.. Read More