The refusal of the terminal operators to cease gathering storage and storage prices has led to clearing brokers declaring strikes in Lagos seaports.
The accusations are mentioned to violate the directive of the Federal Authorities.
It was revealed that terminal operators and delivery firms have continued to cost for the demurrage and submitting that the federal government had ordered to be placed on maintain because of the influence of Coronavirus on the businesses.
The Nigerian Portuguese Authority (NPA) had printed the directive to cushion the impact of COVID-19 on port firms. The blockade directive by President Muhammadu Buhari had additionally impeded industrial exercise within the nation.
However with the refusal of respectful terminal operators, clearing brokers and different shippers from 5 main associations have gone on strike in protest. The choice was made after a number of reconnaissance interventions on the NPA.
In keeping with a report by The Nation, the clearing agent has now stopped taking cost of expenses since Friday. Nevertheless, earlier than the clearing brokers went on strike, that they had a gathering with the director of the Apapa port, Funmilayo Olotu.
It was additionally reported that members of the Apapa chapter of the Affiliation of Nigerian Licensed Customs Brokers (ANLCA) have stopped drafting the Terminal Supply Order (TDO) which is used to take clear containers from the port.