has ordered the restoration of services to the four shipping Companies whose
operations were suspended for their failure to comply with the directive of
acquiring and operating holding bays for their containers.
now been given two weeks, beginning from Friday July 20th 2018 to
comply with four conditions to ensure sustainable relationship.
companies must increase the capacity of their Holding Bays ranging from 1,800
TEUs to 7,500 TEUS; that the affected companies will sign-off on the volume
capacity of the Holding Bays verified at the end of the grace period and that
at the expiration of the two weeks an inspection will be conducted to ascertain
compliance and that the Authority warned, thereafter further sanctions will be
applied on failure to meet the said conditions.
shipping services of Maersk line, Cosco Shipping, APS and Lansal were suspended
by the NPA for their inability to upgrade their Holding Bays capacities. The
suspension was for 10 (ten) days in the first instance.
four affected shipping companies was sequel to a meeting the Authority held
with officials of the companies over the weekend.
grace was after due consideration of their presentations at the meeting and a
subsequent joint inspection on their existing facilities.
2018 informing the accepted companies of the review of the suspension order
signed by the General Manager, Marine & Operations, Mr. Joshua Asanga on
behalf of the Managing Director, Hadiza Bala Usman, has since been despatched.