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Nigerian Shippers' Council offers Efficient Service Delivery
Transport is a critical determinant in the conduct of international trade and impacts on national economies. The availability, quality, cost, and efficiency of transport services influence the trading environment and the competitiveness of export goods on the international market as well as the cost of imported goods.
In this regard, the Nigerian Shippers’ Council serves as an agent for economic development through interventions in cost moderation and cargo transport issues resulting in positive impact on inflationary trends in the country.
Our VisionTo be the foremost Economic Regulator providing a framework that fosters effective, efficient and competitive service delivery for sustainable growth in the transportation sector
Our Mission Statements
i. Establish an Effective and Efficient Transport Economic Regulatory system which Advances the Rights and Interests of Stakeholders.
ii. Ensure that the Nigerian Transport Sector contributes optimally to the Economic Growth of the Nation.
iii. Develop and sustain a Professional Workforce driven by knowledge and Technology for consolidation and sustainable Growth.
Our Core Values (CITADEL)
C - Customer Focus And Stewardship
I - Innovation
T - Trust And Integrity
A - Adaptability And Value Diversity
D - Discipline And Accountability
E - Equity And Fairness
L - Leadership
Who We Are
In line with the Federal Government port reform agenda, the Nigerian Shippers' Council was appointed the Port Economic Regulator in February 2014, to create effective regulatory regime at the Nigerian ports for the control of tariff, rates, charges and other economic services.
We address the negative impact of port concession activities on the economy due to the absence of an economic regulator and to realize the optimal benefits of the Federal Government of Nigeria's port reform processes.read more