National Association of Government Approved Freight Forwarders (NAGAFF) on
Wednesday urged terminal operators to develop manpower and infrastructure to
improve on their services.
the terminal operators had not kept to their pledge to turn around the ports
when the concession was carried out in 2006.
operations to limited manpower to handle the volume of work at the ports.
NAGAFF to see their managing director then at the port. He even was so proud to
show us; he showed us all the dilapidated structures, equipment and everything.
from NPA; that within a period of three months they are going to revolutionise.
lifting of containers to position for people.
talking of infrastructure development in the port, they don’t have enough.
be on duty. They might have about three cranes but if you don’t have one driver
on each, how do they work?
area of development should be looked into. “How are they improving in that
critical area of their operation? ‘’ Akokhia asked.
continued because stakeholders were not widely consulted before the port
concession were done.
concessionaires to begin operations without a defined regulator to monitor
their activities from the onset.