In its continual move to checkmate the incessant gridlock affecting flow of business and stakeholders operating in the port environment, the Nigeria Shippers’ Council, NSC in conjunction with the Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC has channel a new cause.
According to a press statement issued by the Council’s Head of Public Relations, Hajia Rakiya Zubairu, it states that the two government parastatal embarked on a tour of the Tin Can Island ports access roads for due diligent of way forward.
The statements reads “Executive Secretary/CEO, Nigerian Shippers’ Council, Mr. Hassan Bello, together with officers of the Federal Road Safety Corps, undertook an inspection tour of the Tin Can Island ports access roads with a view to figuring out how movement of trucks through the artery can be made easier.
“It may be recalled that the Shippers’ Council boss had last week visited some shipping companies and terminals to discuss, among other things, the effect of the Apapa gridlock on their businesses, particularly in this season.
“The visit to Tin Can Island was to explore some suggestions made by some terminals on the possibility of opening up certain roads”.