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Tag Archives: NAHCO PLC

FOB Global, NEPC advocate non oil export promotion, ramp up capacity with foreign partners

CARGO logistics giants, Free on Board (FOB) Global Logistics in collaboration with Nigeria Exports Promotion Council (NEPC) is ramping up capacity and support for the multi million dollars agricultural export industry as part of moves to boost non-oil exports and stem reliance oil. The duo in partnership with the Nigerian Aviation Handling Company (NAHCO) hosted technical partners from the United …

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ANLCA petitions SGF over SAHCO, NAHCO’s insistence on demurrage charge despite lock down

‘We did not get waivers and so can give none,’SAHCO insists ASSOCIATION of Nigerian Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA), Murtala Muhammed Airport (MMA), Lagos Chapter has called on Chairman Presidential Task Force on Covid-19 to wade into the current imbroglio between it and managements of the handling companies at the airport over decision to charge them demurrage on cargo during the …

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NAHCO’s improved safety, efficiency culture aiding company’s turnaround- Fagbemi

We are also going on culture transformation process with all our people who are the most important resource that we have. I am proud to say that within NAHCO, we have a lot of people who are extremely dedicated and focused on their job. We have commendations from all our clients on the behaviour of our staff. I am very proud of the NAHCO team and we are doing more to ensure that we can get better from them because we know that without them, this journey cannot be fulfilled.

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Fagbemi says NAHCO eyeing potential in agricultural exports

Attributes 2019 Q3 performance to new equipment, improved processes  GROUP Managing Director of NAHCO Plc, Mrs. Tokunbo Fagbemi has identified a huge potential market for agriculture exports stating that company is reaching out to states and other partners to ensure that it is done right. This is just as she has explained how NAHCO was able to surpass its 2018 …

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