FEDERAL GOVERNMENT REVOKES SEVEN INLAND CONTAINER DEPOTS LICENCES

The Federal Government has said it will revoke the licences of two of the seven licensed Inland Container Depots also known as Inland Dry Ports approved to operate in the six geographical areas of the country, following a lack of commitment towards the actualization of the projects.

An Inland Container Depot is like a seaport that receives containers by rail or road from the seaports for examination and clearance by customs and other competent authorities.

Executive Secretary of the Nigerian Shippers Council, Hassan Bello, explained that government is not satisfied with the work rate at the two Inland Container Depots.

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