African Freight Forwarders Association, has called on freight
forwarders to boost their knowledge of the practice to match international
Nwangwu in an interview in Lagos said that
the practitioners must embrace further training due to new areas incorporated
in freight forwarding.
is growing. I am seeing freight forwarding in Nigeria, a practice that if care
is not taken, if you did not go to school, you will not be able to get jobs.
forwarding, it is not just customs brokerage. It is just one aspect of it.
Logistics, warehousing, go and learn them, store-keeping.
people’s goods and how to deliver using the proper method of store-keeping;
first in, first out or first in , last out; you juggle them to make sure the
proper thing is done.
with ship registration should be addressed so that Nigerians could have better
access to trade opportunities in the sub-region.
AU adopts that and Nigeria continues their usual way of doing things Nigeria
come and tap into Nigeria because Nigeria is the destination.
battle. Most Nigerians who have vessels today register in Liberia and we have a
tell you to go and call your great grandfather to come and witness for you,
make it impossible.
and still come to Nigeria to do the business.
ever raises his voice to ask questions why are Nigerians not registering their
vessels in Nigeria?”
the nation’s economy if the primary issues supporting trade were attended to.