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WACT Lifts Onne Port in Port Harcourt with $10m Facility Upgrade

Onne Port, Port Harcourt, Nigeria   The West Africa Container Terminal (WACT) has launched two new Mobile Harbour Cranes (MHCs) worth $10 million (N3.6billion) for the discharge of cargoes at the terminal. This followed the increased vessel traffic experienced at eastern ports due to the recent diversion of cargoes because of the traffic

Gokada achieves 99.8% safety record

Motorbike hailing service, Gokada, says it has achieved 99.8 percent safety record since it officially commenced operations in 2018. According to the firm, this translates to a 0.02 percent incident rate per ride. Its Co-Chief Executive Officer, Ayodeji Adewunmi, said the firm remained committed to promoting safety, fast and efficient transport as

Dockworkers’ industrial action cripples activities at Lagos ports as negotiation continues

Commercial activities at the Lagos Port Complex remain crippled by the ongoing industrial action embarked on by members of the Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN) over non-payment of wages and bonus by the management of international oil companies. The strike was embarked on at the instance of the executive

Lime scooter riders are being injured by ‘sudden excessive braking,’ company says

A Lime scooter stands available for rent in Washington. (Luz Lazo/The Washington Post)     The company says anyone riding its scooters should exercise extreme caution.   Lime, one of the world’s largest electric scooter companies, is urging riders to be extra cautious while operating its devices because of a technical “bug” that can cause

Activities Pick Up At Lagos Airport, Abuja After Saturday’s Polls

Business Activities upbeat at border towns also Twenty four hours after the conclusion of Presidential and National Assembly elections in Lagos State, flights operations at the Murtala Muhammed Airport (MMA) are yet to fully normalize. At the private terminal (MMA2) yesterday, the departure halls was quiet with few passengers arriving and departing. Daily

Amazon makes moves to capture more deliveries

Image provided by Amazon   One industry insider called Amazon's shipping promises a "publicity stunt." Amazon built its massive business by offering door-to-door delivery of millions of items, and the company is apparently trying to figure out ways to bring more of that process in-house by cutting out third-party delivery companies. The Wall Street

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