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Nigerian Shippers Council Increases Cargo Charges By 125 Per Cent

The Nigerian Shippers Council has disclosed that it has increased Break bulk cargo charges by 125 per cent.

NSC made this known that this was part of the resolutions made on Tuesday in a meeting between terminal operators, shipping companies, freight forwarders and other relevant stakeholders.

It also disclosed that the charge adjustment reflects the changing dynamics within the industry.

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“Break bulk cargo charges have been increased from 125% to 250 per cent. This adjustment reflects the changing dynamics of the industry and ensures fair compensation for services provided.

“All complaints regarding inefficiencies by the terminal operators will be addressed immediately. This commitment aims to improve overall operations and enhance customer satisfaction”, the resolution partly reads.

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This is coming despite shippers’ groaning on exorbitant cargo charges in the country’s ports.

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