2 edition of Maritime transportation in Nigeria found in the catalog.
Maritime transportation in Nigeria
1998 by Rex Charles Publication in association with Connel Publications in Ibadan .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 215-217).
|Statement||edited by Dele Badejo.|
|LC Classifications||VK119.N6 M37 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||217 p. :|
|Number of Pages||217|
|LC Control Number||00320240|
Although recreational boat sales declined between andrecreational boat participation has grown to its highest level since Agaba said NMN crew are trained to combat crimes at land and sea. The Nigerian Navy came into official existence instaffed by people from the Marine Department, with the tasks of mine-sweeping, ports examination and naval control services. S Coast Guard as cited in the U. The increasing globalization of trade and high complexity of port operations requires the application of a sophisticated ICT system.
He also accused the Nigerian Maritime transportation in Nigeria book Administration and Safety Agency of accepting pay-offs from foreign-owned ships who should have been employing Nigerian seamen. Among those are the Panama Canal, the Suez Canal, the Strait of Hormuz and the Strait of Malacca, which are key locations in the global trade of goods and commodities. After the robust proceedings at the Conference, the following resolutions were therefore proposed; 1. The oil extraction companies ignored rules to use Nigerian ships and instead supplied their own tankers to transport most of the crude to their refineries abroad. The Maritime Academy in Oron and the College of Science in Victoria Island, Lagos were unable to meet the demand for qualified merchant navy staff, and the universities were not offering the courses needed. Ocean liner is a passenger ship designed to transport people from one seaport to another along regular long-distance maritime routes according to a schedule.
Thus a ship and crew may be chartered from the ship owner to fetch a cargo Maritime transportation in Nigeria book grain from Canada to Latvia, the ship may then be required to carry a cargo of coal from Britain to Melanesia. Maritime transport promotes economies of scale, efficiency and adds value to the system in areas such as provision of mobility, creation of employment, promotion of trade and commerce, generates revenue for the government, accelerates urbanisation with inherent advantages for market expansion and helps in industrialisation. The urgent need for our government to support and strengthen the capacity of the industry for the development and growth of the maritime industry will definitely help develop the huge prospects and potentials of the Nigerian economy. Female cadets should be given equal opportunities for sea-time training.
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The NMA had plans to extend this status to more domestic companies so as to reduce control of trade by foreign-owned lines. Still it is the cheapest way of transporting large amounts of goods compared to other transport methods. InFlorida reported the largest number of recreational boat registrations.
The Navy was quoted as saying Maritime transportation in Nigeria book the group had allegedly recruited youths and trained them in use of arms, dressing them in naval uniforms. Unfortunately, neither the House nor the Senate surface transportation reauthorization bill included a substantial maritime title.
They generally have a large accommodation block at the sterndirectly above the engine room. Despite heavy investment and subsidies, the state-owned company was unable to compete with European lines.
Moving forward, TTD will advocate for policies that boost investment in harbor maintenance, freight infrastructure grants and the Ferry Boat Discretionary Program, and support their inclusion in broader surface transportation legislation. Indeed training of seafarers should go hand in hand with building shipping capacity to avoid training potential pirates.
He stated that Latinwo had never been in the Nigerian Navy. Figure 5—U. They are also used to tow bargesdisabled ships, or other equipment like towboats.
S Coast Guard as cited in the U. Most modern merchant ships can be placed in one of a few categories, such as: Primary Maritime Transport Types Image Remarks Bulk carrierssuch as the Sabrina I seen hereare cargo ships used to transport bulk cargo items such as ore or food staples rice, grain, etc.
For example, the rental rate for a 20 foot container was as low as USD 0. Ocean liners may also carry cargo or mail, and may sometimes be used for other purposes. The transit agencies Maritime transportation in Nigeria book the public transit ferry systems employed almost 4, employees and served over million passenger-miles using a fleet of Maritime transportation in Nigeria book in Special Cargo Ships: Open hatch general cargo OHGC fall outside of the above categories and are ships designed to transport forest productsbulk cargosunitized cargoesproject cargoes and containers.
This framework provides guidelines and standards to harmonize national customs operations, enhance cooperation among them and establish partnerships between customs and business. Common sense legislative solutions exist to address these problems.
That some of the identified reasons for insecurity within our maritime domain were: Lack of equipment and technology required to address the situation; Lack of political will to tackle the problem head-on; Arrested criminals are not properly prosecuted but in most cases released to continue with their criminal activities; Insurance companies and the KNR factor whereby insurance companies are now making money from kidnapping incidents.
The goal is to improve competitiveness, in particular of developing economies, and ultimately promoting and facilitating world trade. Although there is a general agreement about the threats pirates and terrorists pose to international trade, multiple stakeholders pursue different interests.
A large superstructureand one or more spools that feed off the transom distinguish it. The maritime transportation business plan in Nigeria is a very viable business ideawhich will require a lot of strategic planning to start. Typical in-transit times[ edit ] A cargo ship sailing from a European port to a US one will typically take 10—12 days depending on water currents and other factors.
This neglect of maintenance projects has a direct and damaging economic impact. The oil extraction companies ignored rules to use Nigerian ships and instead supplied their own tankers to transport most of the crude to their refineries abroad. That Nigeria should adopt protectionist policies for indigenous ship owners as there is no nation in the world that has developed its maritime industry without protectionist policies.
Joining is FREE! Female cadets should be given equal opportunities for sea-time training. Cable layer is a deep-sea vessel designed and used to lay underwater cables for telecommunications, electricity, and such. A major challenge poses piracy in some regions in the world.
The Nigerian economy is blessed with abundant human and natural resources which makes it unique and endowed. They form a common means of commercial intermodal freight transport.terms of freight costs and movement. There is need therefore for the study to look also on the problems/ challenges and opportunities of shipping line services in Nigeria which came as a result of the slow rate Maritime transportation in Nigeria book growth of the Maritime industry in Nigeria and the need to critically analyse the situation.
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