Key Maritime Industry stakeholders have endorsed the AMJON Express magazine, published by the pace setting Association of Maritime Journalists of Nigeria (AMJON).

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Expressing their endorsement at the recently held 3rd Annual AMJON Conference/Awards, the stakeholders praised AMJON for the foresight in producing a well researched industry magazine.

Some of the key stakeholders who endorsed the magazine include the Nigeria Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA); Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria; Hajia Bola Muse; Association of Nigeria Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA)’ Nigeria Custom Service; National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA), Nigeria Ports Authority (NPA) among others.

The maiden edition of the magazine is loaded with very insightful articles and interviews that are difficult to ignore by industry players in both public and private sectors.

Some of the content of the magazine are-Nigeria Maritime Industry: Light at the end of the tunnel?; Port Efficiency will berth better economy, revenue for all-Nwabunike; and Unending Intels controversies etc.

Others include- Adeyanju: a reformist in MWUN-District Chairmen; How shippers’ council aid shipping companies to repatriate funds’ and Salim-Upping the ante against substandard products, among others.

Aside the unveiling and endorsement of the magazine, the annual AMJON event also featured a Talk Shop on the topic- Seamless Port Operations in Nigeria.

Some deserving industry players were also recognised with the prestigious AMJON Award including National President of the Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria, Adewale Adeyanju as Labour Leader of the year; Hajia Bola Muse; Dr. Collins Farinto; and Head of Lagos Office, National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA), Sarah Braimoh among others.