The International Maritime Organisation (IMO), has rated the Nigerian Ship Registry, as the second largest in Africa by tonnage, and 46th in the world. The rating follows the acquisition of software licence for the automation of the Nigerian Ship Registry, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA).
The Director-General, NIMASA, Dakuku Peterside, who stated this during an interactive session with ship-owners in Lagos, said the agency has concluded plans to set up an automated ship registration process through online and electronic procedure. The new development, according to him, would enhance the Ease of Doing Business in the maritime sector, and position Nigeria as a world-class ship registry…
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