problems militating against the port concession exercise.
operators in 2006.
challenges of port concession included arbitrary charges, undue delay to cargo clearance.
control of tariffs, rates, charges and other related economic activities.
realise the optimal benefits derivable from port reform.
contractual obligations and failure to clearly separate responsibilities and accordingly, proffer solutions.
infrastructure development, improved safety of cargo and increase in cargo throughput.
encourage investments in the port sector through Public Private Partnership (PPP).
government, create employment and promote competition in port services.
operation in Nigeria was basically the efforts of both the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) and the BPE.
establishment of Port Economic Regulator to checkmate the activities of both the terminal operators and other stakeholders.
agreement and to also find out if there would be punishment to be meted out to achieve effective operations.
players involved to come together to review the concession agreement periodically.
revolved around introduction of electronic platform.