recent agreement reached between freight forwarders and officials of APMT
Limited provides that the terminal operator must position containers for
examination within 48 hours after request has been made by the agents.
listed on the Bill of Lading irrespective of their numbers.
position containers for examination within 48 hours, it shall not collect any
storage charge from the affected containers until the containers are positioned
from 9 am and end at 6pm every day, but subject to the availability
of the officials of the Customs Service.
12 hours by APMT after expiration.
and Sundays between 9 am and 5pm.
during the industrial action against the terminal operators.
to equally waive any demurrage as a result of the industrial action.
Nnamdi Ajuzie, NAGAFF Chairman Alhaji Tanko Ibrahim – NCMDCA; Jones
Idemili – ARFFN; Chika Nwaogu for Amato on the part of the aggrieved freight
forwarders and truck owners.
Ayodele, Security Manager signed for the APMT.
Ukadike who has his Chambers at Nnewi Building, Apapa and Oyetobummy Oluwalobi
made remarkable success as a result of the strike which started on November 3
and lasted till Nov. 17.
agreement reached with the APMT should be implemented to the letter and
extended to other terminal operators.