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									    NIGERIAN PORTS AUTHORITY
                     (NPA)




    SERVICE CHARTER
                       OF




    NIGERIAN PORTS AUTHORITY
                     (NPA)




NIGERIAN PORTS AUTHORITY (NPA)
1. INTRODUCTION:
  The Nigerian Ports Authority was established in April 1955 following the Ports Act
  of 1954 (Cap.155) of the Laws of the Federation of Nigeria and Lagos. The Ports Act
  assigned the following statutory functions to the Authority:
     (i)     Provision and operation of such handling quay facilities as may appear to
             the Authority to best serve the public interest in all Nigerian Ports.
     (ii)    Maintenance, improving and regulating the harbours and approaches
             thereto in all the Ports of Nigeria presently open to ocean going vessels
             and in such other ports as may be designated from time to time by the
             Honourable Minister of Transport.
     (iii)   Dredging to desired depths and providing as well as maintaining pilotage
             services, lighting, light houses, buoys and other navigational aids in all
             Nigeria Ports.
     In performing these functions, the Management of Nigerian Ports Authority
     identifies and states the organization’s mission from which the Corporate Goals
     and objectives are drawn up. These among others include optional utilization of
     available resources with a view to ensuring efficient port operations.
     In addition, it explores all other sources of diversification of the company’s
     revenue base that will not only guarantee adequate returns on its investment but
     also contribute effectively to the well being of the entire citizenry.
        THE NPA OFFICE LOCATIONS
(i)     CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS:
        No. 26/28 Marina
        P.M.B. Lagos.
        Tel: 01-2600620-32
        Fax: 01-2636719, 2601715
        Website: www.nigeria-ports.net

(ii)    NPA LIAISON OFFICE:
        Plot 665 Jere Street
        Garki, Abuja.
        Tel./Fax: 09-2348030
        E-mail:

(iii)   NPA OVERSEAS REPRESENTATIVE OFFICE:
        2nd Floor Allenby House; 1A Temple Road
        (Off Cricklewood Broadway), Cricklewood
        London WN2 6PJ
        Tel: 0208-4503101-3
        Fax: 0208-4526932

(iv)    NPA NORTHERN REPRESENTATIVE OFFICE:
        221 Audu Bako Way, Nasarawa
        P.O. Box 930, Kano
        Tel: 064-632269,634698 Fax: 064-632269
2. VISION AND MISSION STATEMENT
    (i)    VISION:
    Developing safe and secure Nigerian Ports into a distribution platform from
    where the West and Central African Sub-region can be served.

    (ii)   MISSION:

    To Promote Operational Efficiency, Cost Effectiveness And Customer
    Satisfaction Through A Committed Workforce, While Ensuring Adequate Returns
    On Stakeholders Investment, With The Ports Serving Purely As Operational
    Transit Point For Cargo and Regional Ports For The Sub-Region.


3. STATEMENT OF CUSTOMERS
    The Nigerian Ports Authority transacts business with various stakeholders in the
    port/maritime industry, the business sectors as well as government and non-
    governmental organizations (NGO’s) and other public organizations. Some of the
    customers include the following:
           i)     Shipping and Stevedoring Companies;
           ii)    Freight Forwarders, Importers and Exporters;
           iii)   Oil/petroleum companies/operators;
           iv)    Haulage Operators and Private operators;
           v)     Federal, States and Local Governments; and
           vi)    Nigerian Customs Service and other government organizations
           vii)   Government security agencies as well as Private Terminal
                  Operators.
4. DETAILS OF SERVICE PROVISION AND DELIVERY
  i) STATEMENT OF SERVICE TO BE PROVIDED
    Nigerian Ports Authority provides assorted Port/Maritime Services, namely:

    i)         Provision and operation of cargo handling and quays facilities;
    ii)        Loading and offloading of Cargoes;
    iii)       Pilotage and towage services;
    iv)        Supply of water and fuel to vessels at anchorage or mooring buoys;
    v)         Repairs and maintenance of vessels;
    vi)        Dredging of waterways;
    vii)       Navigational lighting of the ports
    viii)      Nigerian Ports Authority owns properties some of which are rented to
               interested parties;
    ix)        The Ports Act allows for provision of other services, as may be
               directed/approved by the Honourable Minister of Transport.

  ii) STATEMENT OF COST OF SERVICES/TARIFFS
          a.      NPA SIMPLIED TARIFF AS AT MARCH 15, 2001 (see ANNEX
                  ‘C’)

       b.     REGISTRATION OF GENERAL CONTRACTORS
      Category        Value of Contract  Registration Fee*

                     A             Up to N500,000.00                 N25,000:00
                     B             N500,000 – N5 million             N100,000.00
                     C             Up to N10 million                 N150,000.00
                     D             Above N10 million                 N250,000.00

    * The Registration Fee is among other requirements as flows:
         Application fee of N2, 500.00
         Bank reference
         Tax Certificate & VAT registration
         Certificate of Incorporation
         Curriculum Vitae of Key Personnel
iii) STATEMENT OF STANDARDS OF SERVICE DELIVERY
  The NPA provides professional and high standard of service delivery including in
        the following areas:
            Pilotage:
  Pilotage services that are compulsory for every vessel exceeding 1016 Gross
  registered Tonnage (GRT), entering, leaving port or changing berth. NPA pilot
  must be used for this service unless the master of the vessels is licensed as pilot in
  the pilotage area. Some useful information about the berth and quays at the ports
  are:

   S/No.       Port                   Location        Maximum            Quay
                                                      Depth of Berth     Length
   1.          Apapa Port             Lagos           9.0                2459
   2.          Tin Can Island Port    Lagos           11.5               2045
   3.          RoRo Port              Lagos           11.5               705
   4.          Container Terminal     Lagos           10.5               1005
   5.          Port Harcourt Port     Port Harcourt   7.8                1877
   6.          Delta Ports            Warri           11.5               2506
   7.          Calabar Port           Calabar         11.0               1137
   8.          Federal      Lighter   Onne            5.7                1185
               Terminal
   9.          Fed.          Ocean    Onne            1.3                1590
               Terminal

            Towage:
  There are modern towage facilities within the harbours for all classes of vessels
  calling at the ports. Newly acquired tugboats and pilot cutters place the Nigerian
  Ports Authority in a position to promptly provide necessary towage services to the
  customers, better than ever before.
            Supply of Water
  Fresh water is available at all berths. Vessels at berths, anchorages and buoys
  may be supplied from the company’s water boats.
         Bunkering
   Modern bunkering facilities are also available. Fuel may be obtained by vessel at
   berth, anchorage and buoys from licensed bunkering vessels.



         Ship Repair:
   The Nigerian Ports Authority maintains a well- equipped dry dock, currently
   operated by Continental Shipyard Ltd; primarily for the maintenance and repair of
   the company’s fleet vessels and third parties.

         Security Services
   Traditionally, the port area is a security zone so as to protect all investments and
   property within and around it. In view of this, the Ports Police Command of the
   Nigerian Police as well as NPA Security Outfit equipped with modern
   communication gadgets provides adequate security coverage.



         Fire Services
   There exists in each port a modern Fire Service Unit established by the Authority
   to provide internationally accepted fire-fighting mechanism and serve for ports
   installations, cargo in storage and vessels in the habours. A 24hr service is
   provided and liaison is maintained with the Federal and State fire services.

         Provisional and Final Bills:
   Processing of Provisional and Bills in respect of all ship calls to the ports

         Pollution Control:
   This service includes Environmental Pollution Prevention, Crude Oil Monitoring
   and Environmental Analysis using a well equipped Laboratory.

iv) STATEMENT OF PERFORMANCE MONITORING
         Cargoes are released within 24hrs upon the payment of required fees and
          the submission of all relevant documents including Custom and Shipping
          Company Releases
           Ports capable of providing 24/7 cargo, pilotage and towage operations
           Provisional Bills are prepared and delivered within 24hrs of receiving all
            relevant documents including Ship Manifest
           Final Bills are prepared and delivered within 2 weeks after departure of
            vessel.




5. OBLIGATIONS/EXPECTATIONS
    The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) is committed to discharging its responsibility
    by providing efficient and prompt services that meets the expectations of the
    customers and other stakeholders. To ensure this is achieved, all concerned have
    various roles to play as follows:
    i) The CUSTOMER:
           Timely submission of all required documents;
           Transparent business transactions
           Prompt removal of all cleared cargoes from the ports
           Complying with laid down rules and regulations
           Understanding port procedures and processes
           Prompt reporting of erring officer promptly

    ii) The STAFF
           Be guided by the principle that you are there to serve the customer
           Be courteous, professional, and provide assistance to the customer
           Not to collaborate with any dubious or fraudulent customer and report
            same to a superior officer

    iii) The MANAGEMENT
           Setting out operational guidelines to promote efficient service delivery
           Provision of necessary working materials and good working environment
           Provision of training, retraining and capacity building for staff
           Timely handling of all correspondences, complaints and enquiries
           Periodic/regular interactive sessions with stakeholders

    iv) The GOVERNMENT
           Provision of clear policy framework
           Releasing funds as and when due
           Provision of enabling environment for Public Private Participation (PPP)
            in infrastructure development to enhance service delivery
6. STAKEHOLDERS PARTICIPATION
  The Organization exploits various avenues/forums to interact with stakeholders in the
  industry. They include the following:
         Meetings of the Ports Consultative Council (PCC), whose membership
          comprise all stakeholders from the public and private sectors of the industry
         Interactive meetings with various stakeholders
         Workshops, Seminars and Conferences for stakeholders
         Interaction with the public at Trade Fairs and Exhibitions
         Berthing and Port Working Committee Meetings at the Ports


8. GRIEVANCE REDRESS MECHANISM

     Various avenues are available to an aggrieved customer to seek redress. Some of
     these includes through the following:
             i)     Making verbal or written reports/complaints to an appropriate
                    senior officer or Head of the affected Department;
             ii)    Submission of complaints/reports to Servicom Unit, the Port
                    Industry Anti-Corruption Standing Committee (PIACSC), and the
                    NPA Anti-Corruption and Transparency Unit (ACTU);
             iii)   Writing petitions to Management, the Federal Ministry of
                    Transport, the Presidency, various other organs of government etc;
             iv)    Using of pressure/interest groups such as unions, associations,
                    professional bodies etc;
             v)     Seeking court/legal intervention;
9.    ADDITIONAL  COMMITEMENTS  IN                                      FORM   OF
      COMPENSATION IN THE EVENT OF                                     FAILURE OF
      SERVICE
      i)        NPA pays for loss of cargo before release after appropriate investigation;

      ii)       In case of damage to goods, insurance claims are settled.




10.   KEY CONTACTS
               Exec. Management: Managing Director/Chief Executive
                                        Tel: 01-2631514      Fax:01-2630306

               Eastern Zone:                 Executive Director
                                              Tel:084-235381 Fax:084-2340104

               Western Zone:                 Executive Director
                                              Tel: 01-5804852 Fax: 01-5804854

            a. Business Contact:              General Manager Commercial Services
                                              Tel: 01- 2645063 Fax 01-2645063

            b. Admin. Contact:                General Manager Administration
                                              Tel: 01- 2636885 Fax 01-2631847

            c. Public Affairs Contact:        Asst. General Manager Public Affairs
                                              Tel: 01-2631882   Fax 01-2601787

            d. Servicom Unit:                 Parastatal Nodal Officer
                                              Tel: 01- 2645313
                                              E-mail: npaservicom@yahoo.com
ANNEXTURE A

    i)       Eastern Zone:
             Basket House, P.M.B. 5043 Port Harcourt
             Tel: 084 –235900, 235908 Fax: 084-235402

    ii)      Western Zone:
             16 Point Road, Apapa, Lagos
             Tel: 01-584852, 5804853 Fax: 01-5804854

    iii)   Lagos Port Complex
            P.M.B. 1021, Apapa, Lagos.
            Tel: 01-5452820-4; 5452662

   iv)      Container Terminal Port
            P.M.B. 1169, Apapa, Lagos
            Tel: 01-5875292; 5874644; 5873621

    v)     Tin Can Island Port
             P.M.B. 1201, Apapa, Lagos
             Tel: 01 - 5873210; 5873565

    vi)    RoRo Port
            P.M.B. 1198, Apapa, Lagos.
            Tel: 01-5873252; 5875429

    vii)   Port Harcourt Port
            Basket House, P.M.B. 5043 Port Harcourt
            Tel: 084 –235900, 235908 Fax: 084-235402

    viii) Delta Ports
           P.M.B. 1054 Warri
           Tel: 053 - 231625, 250837

     ix) Calabar Port
          New Calabar Port Complex
          P.M.B. 1014 Esuk-Utan
         Calabar
         Tel: 087-232480, 232505; Fax: 087-210151

     x) New Ocean & Federal Lighter Terminal, Onne Port
        Onne Port Complex, Onne
         Tel: 084 – 239185, 269185
                                   ANNEXURE B
ORGANOGRAM


              MANAGING DIRECTOR/CHIEF EXECUTIVE
Gen. Manger Audit                                             Special Assistant
Asst. Gen. Manager P/Affairs


Exec. Director Exec. Director                Exec. Director
Corp. Services Finance                       Eastern Zone          Exec. Director
                                                                         Western Zone

                                             Gen. Managers
Gen. Managers
                      Gen. Managers

                                                                     Gen. Managers

                Asst. Gen. Managers       Port Managers

Asst. Gen. Managers             Asst. Gen. Managers

                                                      Asst. Gen. Managers

Prin. Managers                                                       Port Managers


                                                                     Prin. Managers
Snr. Managers

Managers

Asst. Managers

Snr. Officer

  Officer I


 Officer II
ANNEXTURE C


               DETAILS OF NPA SIMPLIED TARIFF AS AT MARCH 15, 2001



                                         PART I

                          NIGERIAN PORTS AUTHORITY
                            SIMPLIFIED TARIFF 2001

                                      PORT ACT
                                       (CAP 361)

In exercise of the powers conferred by section 82 of the Ports Act (Cap 361) and of all
other powers enabling it on that behalf, Nigerian Ports Authority hereby makes the
following regulations:

EXPANATORY NOTES:

The Nigerian Ports Authority (Dues and Rates) Regulations 1956 made under the Ports
Act, as amended by the various Nigerian Ports Authority (Dues and Rates) Regulation
from 1957 to 1993 are hereby simplified.

1.     CARGO DUES: As charged in this Tariff shall cover:-

       (i)     Stevedoring: Including overtime, Extra Services (Labour*a,
               Security and Tally Clerk), Delays weekend charge*b Optional
               Services and Facility Charge* (c for containers)
       (ii)    Harbour Dues
       (iii)   Environmental Protection Levy

       NOTE
               a.     Labour – Services provided and not related to tonnage shall be
                      charged accordingly.
               b.     Delays – Operational delays due to ship arrangement, including
                      non- provision of trucks shall be charged accordingly.
               c.     Facility Charge – A facility charge of =N=7.50 per tone at
                      appropriated port facility shall be charged.

2.     VALUE ADDED TAX (VAT): shall be charged on Cargo Dues Import.

3.     BERTH RENT: shall be provisionally charged as soon as a vessel occupies a
       berth as follows:
       (i)     Container and RORO Vessels              – 2 days
       (ii)    Combo Vessels                           – 3 days
       (iii)   Liquid Bulk Cargo Vessels*d                 – 4 days
       (iv)    Dry Bulk Cargo Vessels                      – 8 days
       (v)     General Cargo Vessels                       – 10 days

NOTE
       (d)     (Liquid Bulk Vessel) – Includes Oil Rigs Vessels.

4.     CONTINGENCY DEPOSIT: shall be charged on the Value of Cargo Dues
       and Berth Rent.

5.     SHIP DUES: As charged in this tariff, shall cover all services normally required
       by a vessel for her movement into, within and out of the Port including the use of
       Tug Boat and Shifting of vessel within the same Port.

6.     ROYALTY CHARGES: These are applicable in operations at:
       (i)   Leased/Appropriated areas
       (ii)  Private Jetties
       (iii) Off-shore Oil Terminals
       (iv)  Appropriated Terminals
       (v)   Use of Private equipment and machinery in NPA premises
       (vi)  Port piers

       Exemption:- All shipping Companies and their agents registered with NPA and
       operating their plants and equipment in the ports for non-commercial purpose
       shall not pay royalty on them.

7.     COASTAL CHARGES: Are applicable to vessels engaged in trade within
       Nigerian Territorial Waters exclusive of Service boats. Goods previously landed
       in any sea port in Nigeria and subsequently re-exported to another Nigerian port
       will rank as coastal traffic and attract coastal charges.

8.     TROPICAL WEST AFRICA CHARGES (T.W.A.): Applicable to vessels
       engaged in trade within the West Coast of Africa lying between latitude 15oN and
       15oS.

9.     FOREIGN CHARGES: These relate to imports and exports other than Coastwise
       and Tropical West Africa Traffic.

10.    DAY: This shall mean a period of 24 hours or any part thereof commencing one
       hour after berthing. (A new day starts at 12.01 am)


11.    DOCUMENTS TO BE FURNISHED BY SHIPPING
       COMPANIES: For the purpose of provisional payment and pre-arrival
       arrangements, the following documents shall be required.
      Manifest/Diskettes
      (i)   RORO Vessels: To submit Manifest in Diskette/CD ROM .
      (ii)  Container Vessels: 2 copies of Manifest and 6 copies of Container
            Arrival List (CAL) and CAL in diskette.
      (iii) All other Vessels: 7 copies of Manifest and or diskettes.


12.   TIME TO SUBMIT DOCUMENTS
      (i)  Foreign Vessels are to submit Manifests certified by Owner/
           Representative 3 days before the arrival of the vessel, at berth.
      (iv) TWA and Coastal Vessels to submit manifest (certified by Ship
           Master) 24 hours before the arrival of the vessels at berth.
      (v)  Additional/Amendments of import manifest must be submitted
           not later than 24 hours after arrival at berth.
      (vi) Export manifest must be submitted prior to departure of vessel
           from the berth.

      NOTE: This timing has no prejudice to NPA’s policy of payment before
            service

13.   TONNE:
      (i)  Where charges are assessed on Gross Weight, a tonne shall mean
           1000kgs.
      (ii) Where charges are assessed by measurement, a tonne shall mean
           1cbm.

14.   ANCHORAGE CHARGE: A vessel shall be placed on anchorage of 10 cent
      if she is lying idle or she does not attain 40% of productivity target. It shall be
      the duty of the Port Manager to determine whether or not a vessel is lying idle.

15.   LIEN ON GOODS: NPA shall have a lien on goods or ship until charges for
      services rendered on them are accurately and fully paid.
                                            TARIFF
CARGO DUES
S/NO   TYPE OF OPERATION                               FOREIGN               TWA/COASTAL
                                             IMPORT        EXPORT          IMPORT          EXPORT
1.     General Cargo including all bagged
       cargo/ton/WM (2.6 to be charge on
       Plat form + pier dues)
       (i) In NPA area                       8.7/ton       5.8             5.5             4.8
       (ii) In appropriated areas            4.8           4.1             4.1             4.1
       (iii) At private jetties*a            2.6 x 1       1.8 x 1         1.1 x 1         1.1 x1
       (iv) At midstream                     1.21          1.21            1.21            1.21
2.     Dry Bulk Cargo/ton
       (i) NPA area                          5.9           4.26            3.56            3.56
       (ii) Appropriated area                4.4           3.27            2.9             2.57
       (iii) At private Jetties*1            2.6           1.8             1.1             1.1

3.     Vehicles/Unit
       (i) NPA area
           (a) Up to 15 cbm                  44            38              36              36
           (b) 16 – 25 cbm                   73            61              61              61
           (c ) Over 25 cbm                  245           207             207             207
           (d) Trailer/Mafi                  413           347             347             347

       (ii) Appropriated areas
           (a) Up to 15 cbm                  36            29.3            36              29.3
           (b) 16 – 25 cbm                   57            46.3            57              46.3
           (c ) Over 25 cbm                  206           167.4           206             167.4
           (d) Trailer/Mafi                  338           274.6           336             274.6

       (iii) Private Jetties *1
           (a) Up to 15 cbm                  30            30              30              30
           (b) 16 – 25 cbm                   48            48              48              48
           (c ) Over 25 cbm                  190           190             190             190
           (d) Trailer/Mafi                  303           303             303             303

       (iv) Midstream
          (a) Up to 15 cbm                   2.83          2.29            2.83            2.29
          (b) 16 – 25 cbm                    5             4.1             5               4
          (c ) Over 25 cbm                   8             7               8               7
          (d) Trailer/Mafi                   18            15              18              15
4.     Bulk Liquid/ton                       5.9           2.98            2.6*2           2.6*2

5.     Bulk Liquid Offshore/barrel           0.025         0.025           0.025           0.025

6.     Containers/teu                        20’     40’   20’     40’     20’       40’   20’     40’
       (i) NPA
           (a) Laden                         187 296       120       200   120       200   97     143
           (b) Empty                         19   31       16         28   16        28    16      28
CARGO DUES                                  FOREIGN                    TWA/COASTAL
                                        IMPORT EXPORT              IMPORT    EXPORT
(i) Containers at Midstream             20’ 40’ 20’ 40’            20’   40’ 20’   40’
    (a) Laden                           13  19   13 19             13    19 13     19
    (b) Empty                            4   7   4   7              4     7   4     7

(ii) Appropriated area
     (a) Laden                          107   202    82     152    107    202    63       115
     (b) Empty                            8    12    8       12      8     12     8        12

(iii) Private Jetties *1
     (a) Laden                          82    162    82    162     82    162     82       162
     (b) Empty                          0       0     0      0      0      0     0          0

*1      Port piers of =N=22 / ton import and =N=14 / ton export
*2      Wharfage of =N=13 / ton to be paid.

2.      CONTINGENCY DEPOSIT
        (i)   General and Bulk Cargo Vessels 10% of Cargo and Berth
              Rent dues
        (ii)  RORO, Container, Combo and Tanker Vessels 5% of Cargo
              and Berth Rent Dues
        (iii) Facility charge on cargo in all appropriated areas shall be
              =N=7.50 / ton

        SHIP DUES (PER GRT) IN USD
        1.    (i)  FOREIGN VESSELS = $1.28 x GRT + 1176

        SHIFTING
             (ii)          For shifting of vessels from one Port to another within each
                           of the following area; Lagos, Delta and Port Harcourt areas,
                           the rates shall be $0.07 x GRT + 1176. Shifting of vessels
                           due to non-performance shall be charged as applicable in
                           (ii) above.

        2.      TWA VESSELS = $0.62 x GRT + 1176 ($.95 x GRT Annual
                Light Dues)*a

        3.      COASTAL VESSELS = $0.44 x GRT + 1176 ($.85 x GRT Annual
                Light Dues)*b
4.     OFFSHORE TANKERS                                                USD $
       (a)  Vessels below 100,000 tons Dead Weight                     -     5000/Call
       (b)  Vessels from 1000,001 to 200,000 Dead Weight               -     7500/Call
       (c ) Vessels above 200,000 tons Dead Weight                     -     10000/Call
NOTE:
*a.   Light Dues of $.95 x GRT to be paid annually by TWA Vessels
*b    Light Dues of $.85 x GRT to be paid annually by Coastal Vessels

         A vessel that has made a first entry into any Nigerian Port and re-enters any
          other port on the same voyage shall pay ship dues at the rate of $0.938 x GRT
          + 1176. This rate is also applicable to vessel coming in for repairs or bunkers.

         Harbour Tugs, Lighters, Barges and other Crafts of 50 GRT and under
          operating domestic trade shall pay annual conservancy charges of $216.00

         Harbour Tug, Lighters, Barges and other Crafts of over 50 GRT operating
          domestic trade shall pay annual conservancy charges of $1084.00

5.     BERTH RENT
       To be provisionally charged at the rate of $2 x LOA x Days
       (i)    Container and RORO Vessels                   2 days
       (ii)   Combo Vessels                                3 days
       (iii) Liquid Bulk Cargo Vessels                     4 days
       (iv)   Dry Bulk Cargo Vessels                       8 days
       (v)    General Cargo Vessels                        10 days

6.     DUES APPLICABLE TO LOCAL TRAWLERS
       (i)   Cargo Dues                          -          $1.6 per ton x Exchange rate
       (ii)  Wharfage                            -          =N=13 per ton
       (iii) Port Pier                           -          =N=22 per ton
       (iv)  Facility charge (Applicable at NPA owned Jetties only) - =N=7.50 per ton
       (v)   Documentation                       -          =N=700 per B/L
       (vi)  Annual Ship dues                    -          $0.93 x GRT x Exchange rate
       (vii) Pilotage license charge
             (a)     Issued of License =N=20,000 / pilot
             (b)     Renewal of license =N=20,000 / year

7.     DUES FOR PASSENGER FERRY BOAT OPERATIONS
       (i)    Passenger Dues in            -      $6.54 x Exchange rate x No
       (ii)   Passenger Dues Out           -      $6.54 x Exchange rate x No
       (iii) Cargo Dues are as applicable in TWA tariff
       (iv)   5% VAT is applicable
8.     Additional pilotage charge to Dry Docks and Repair yards – USD 125 / vessel
DELIVERY CHARGES

1      GENERAL CARGO
                                 IMPORT   IMPORT     APPROPRIATED
                                 Direct   Indirect   Terminal
                                  =N=       =N=
(a)    Handling Charges/tonne    89       168        Wharfage & facility
                                                     charge should apply.
(b)    Documentation & Customs
       Examination / BL          1400     1400       200

(c)    VEP & Tally Sheets & TPR 225       225        226

(d)    VAT                       5%       5%         5% Oil & Gas free
                                                     zone
2.     BULK CARGO/BULK SOLID

(a)    Handling Charge/Ton       49       168        Wharfage & facility
                                                     charge apply
(b)    Documentation & Customs
       Examination/ BL           1400     1400       200

(c )   VEP & Tally Sheets & TPR 225       225        225

(d)    VAT                       5%       5%         5% Oil & Gas Free
                                                     Zone


3.     BULK CARGO BY SUCTION/BULK LIQUID

(a)    Handling Charges / Ton    20                  Wharfage & Facility
                                                     Charge apply.
(b)    Documentation & Customs
       Examination / BL          1400                200

(c )   VAT                       5%                  5% Exemption Oil &
                                                     Gas Free Zone
4.       VEHICLES/UNIT (a) (Applicable to appropriated Terminal)

                  CAR    BUS TRUCK             TRACKED          TRAILERS
                  Up to 16-25 Over              Vehicles          Over
                  15cbm cbm   25cbm                              140cbm

                        =N=         =N=          =N=        =N=            =N=
(a)      Direct         2497        2775         3539       4157           3876

(b)      Indirect       2583        2907         3971        5180          4149

(c )     VAT             5%          5%            5%           5%          5%

NB: All loaded vehicles will have a 20% surcharge on their delivery charges.

5.       PALLETISED/UNITISED CARGO PER UNIT

         Up to      2 – 4 tons   4 – 6 tons   6 – 10 tons   10 – 15 tons    Over 15
         2 tons                                                             tons
Direct   #71 x       #108 x  #157 x           #253 x        #360 x          #773 x
         T+ N1628    T+N1628 T+ N1628         T+ N1628      T+ N1628        T+ N1628

Indirect #91 x         #157 x   #229 x   #357 x              #516 x          #1003 x
         T+ N1628      T+ N1628 T+ N1628 T+ N1628            T+ N1628        T+ N1628

(b)

VAT          5%         5%           5%           5%             5%               5%

(b)      Companies Licensed by Oil and Gas Free Zone Authority are exempted from
         VAT

6.      CONTAINER IMPORT
                       NORMAL                            FLAT            OPEN TOP(OT)
                      20’      40’                 20’         40’         20’    40’
                       N        N                   N           N           N      N
1. Normal          5,014.50 6,267.50            5,186       6,707       7,073  9,531
   Container
2. Reefer          1,750    2,625
   Container
3. At weekend      294      378                 294         378         294            378
4. Unstuffing      714      903                 714         903         714            903
5. Direct delivery 2,168    3,210               2,168       3,210       2,460          4,830
    VAT               5%       5%                  5%          5%          5%             5%
7.        GROUPAGE

                                       20’                40’
                                        N                  N
(a) Indirect                          8,127              13,580
(b) Direct                            6,769              11,648
(c) Normal Groupage                   7,697              12,446
(d) VAT                                5%                 5%

Overtime for staff shall be charged at N81 and N102 per hour for ordinary and non-
operational days respectively. Booking shall be a minimum of four hours.


8.        CONTAINER EXPORT

a. LADEN                                  20’(N)                         40’(N)
Handling Charges                         3,686.72                       5,566.60

Documentation                          700 per B/L                    700 per B/L
EXPORT RECEIPTS                            20’                            40’
b. EMPTIES*
Handling Charges                         1,264.20                       1,896.30

Documentation                          700 per B/L                    700 per B/L

*5 empty flat s shall be taken as one (1 No) 20’ empty container and two (2 No) empty
bolsters shall be charged as one (1 No) 20’ empty container.

RENT CHARGES

     1.     General Cargo: Free rent period of three (5) days after completion of
            discharge

                                          Import                         Export
a. Shed/Warehouse cargo                  N6/t/day                       N4/t/day
b. Stacking Area Cargo                   N3/t/day                       N2/t/day
   2.      Vehicles: Free rent period of three (3) days after completion of discharge.

                                                Import                            Export
                                   Period 1                 Period 2
                                  (7 days) N             (thereafter) N             N
a. Under 15cbm (car)               150/unit                 900/unit             150/unit
b. 16-25cbm (bus)                  188/unit                1125/unit             188/unit
c. 26-140cbm (truck)               375/unit                1800/unit             375/unit
d. Tracked Vehicles                375/unit                1800/unit             375/unit
       e. Over 140cbm              625/unit                3000/unit             625/unit
       (Trailers)

   3.      Containers.

                            Import         Export        Open Top         Flat
                        20’        40’ 20’        40’ 20’        40’ 20’         40’
a. Laden                N375     N750 N225      N450 N750     N1550 936.5      1606
b. Empty                N24      N48 N15        N29


   4.      General Cargo Palletized/Unitized

                                               Import                         Export
                                                 N                              N
a. Up to 2 tons                                  10                             6
b. 2-4 tons                                      20                            12
c. 4-6 tons                                      30                            18
d. 6-10 tons                                     40                            24
e. 10-15 tons                                    79                            48
f. Over 15 tons                                 124                            75


  (v)             Rent Charged at Leased / Appropriated Terminals /Areas

                  i.       Leased for up to three (3) years shall attract 30% rent charges or as
                           contained in the MOU.
                  ii.      Leases for five (5) years and above shall attract 50% rent charges
                           or as contained in the MOU.
NOTE:

   a. If the Consignee / Clearing Agent wants to take delivery of cargo in a different
      way other than the way it was landed, the arrangement /cost should be borne by
      the Consignee /Agent at cost + 40%.
     \
     b. Official request for direct delivery of cargo should be received at least 48 hours
        prior to the arrival of the vessel and supported by all relevant documents.



                  MISCELLANEOUS CHARGES (AREAS OUTSIDE
                   WHARFAGE/WHARFINGER/OPERATIONS)


1.      Plant Hire Rate per Hour or Part thereof
        (Minimum of 4 Hours)

                                                       N       $ (On Board Operation)
i. Fork Lift            Under 5 Tons                  805      10
                                                                      Noted For Review
                        5-10 Tons                    1,575     15
ii. Portal Cranes       Up to 10 Tons                1,680

                        10-15 Tons                   3,029

                        Over 15 Tons                 3,938
iii. Mobile Cranes      Up to 5 Tons                 2,625

                        5-10 Tons                    3,938

                        11-15 Tons                   6,300

                        Over 15 Tons                 7,875
iv. Freight Lifter      10-15 Tons                   3,938

                        16-20 Tons                   7,875

                       21-25 Tons                    10,500
v. Tower Crane         5-10 Tons                      3,938
vi. Tractor                                           1,313
vii. Mafi/Trailer                                      525
viii. Floating Crane                                                     Per Hour
      (i)     below 100 Tons                          $500
      (ii)    101-200 Tons                            $750
      (iii)   Above 200 Tons                         $1000
2.        HIRE OF CRAFTS                             N

          (i)     MAJOR VESSELS                      546,000/day
          (ii)    OCEAN TUGS                         336,000/day
          (iii)   PUSH TUG                           52,500/8 hours or part thereof
          (iv)    LUANCHES                           45,500/8 hours or part thereof

TOWAGE / SALVAGE SERVICES

(i)       Towage of ship outside the bar to berth    -        USD 462.8 per Tug hour
(ii)      Attending to other moves within the Port   -        USD 231.4 per Tug hour
(iii)     Assisting anchored ship to turn around     -        USD 231.4 per Tug hour
(iv)      For hourly delay of Tug by ship            -        USD 162 per Tug hour


     3.       FIRE EQUIPMENT / SERVICES

                                                          $         With Foam
(i) Hire of Fire appliances for attendance within        130           195
      the port per attendance
(ii) Fire appliances (standing by)                        65
(iii) Hire of Pumps per attendance within the            130           195
      Port
(iv) Hire of Pumps (standing by)                         26
(v) Fire services on Sunday/Public holidays                   Costs +50%
      within the Port per attendance
(vi) Fire coverage on container per day within        N100/unit subject to a
      the Port per attendance                        Maximum of 20% of rent
(vii) Fire coverage on General Cargo per day          N500 B/L subject to a
      within the Port per attendance                 Maximum of 20% of rent
(viii)Fire protection on vehicles                    N250 per vehicle for all
                                                      Categories of vehicles

     NOTE:
     Except where indicated above, all other attendances are subject to a maximum of
     Eight (8) hour shift.


     4.       HIRE OF AMBULACE

                                $                               N
i. Per Trip                     8        Charges in Naira at the prevailing exchange rate
5.             ESCORT OF DENGERIOUS/HARZARDIOUS CARGO

               i. Per Operation per Agent                      $130

               ii. At Night                                    $195

NOTE:
Escort shall be within Port city limits.

6.        AUCTION
         i.   Documentation per Lot                            N2, 500
         ii.  Handling charges for vehicles                    N5, 250
         iii. Handling charges on General cargo per lot        N1, 750
         iv.  Handling charges on containers                          N10, 500

NOTE:
Documentation includes both Wharfage and Wharfinger charges.


7. (a) FRESH WATER
       i.   By NPA at the Berth                                $5 per Ton
       ii.  At Midstream                                       $10 per Ton

     (b) i.       Untreated water by NPA at Berth              $3 per Ton
         ii.      Midstream                                    $8 per Ton

8.       BUNKERING
         i.  N13 per Ton for TWA and coastal
         ii. USD2.1 per Ton for foreign

9.       WEIGHING CHARGES
         i.   Export using NPA scale                           N33/Ton
         ii.  Without NPA scale (Conventional Port)            N23/Ton
         iii. Import on special request                        N9/Ton
         iv.  Import/Export through weighbridge                N46/Ton
         v.   Export without NPA scale (Appropriated
              Terminal)                                        N12.50/Ton

10.      TALLY SHEETS
             The rate for Tally Sheets shall be N50 per set.
11.    ROYALTY
       i.   Compressor/day                                                      N104
       ii.  Shore based grain elevator/day                                      N1,365
       iii. Lorry per movement                                                  N55

       iv.    Forklift       (a) Onboard/hour                                   $10
                             (b) Ashore/hour                                    N72
       v.     Port pier import/tonne                                            N22
       vi.    Port pier export/tonne                                            N14
       vii.   Wharfage per tonne                                                N13

12.    RAIL CHARGES
       i.   Haulage
            a.    Other goods
                  1. 4 Wheeled wagon               per tonne                    N108
                  2. 8 Wheeled wagon               per tonne                    N180

              b.      Coal
                      1. 4 Wheeled wagon            per tonne                   N36
                      2. 8. Wheeled wagon           per tonne                   N54
       ii.    Traffic to/from quays by rail         per tonne                   N11
       iii.   Haulage other than by rail within the Port per tonne              N17.5
       iv.    Haulage other than by rail outside Port premises per tonne        N14
       v.     Sliding charges; shunting of empty/loaded wagons per tonne        N74

       vi.    Stabling charges        -         Less than Over 10 Tons
                                                10 Tons
              - 1st 24 hours or part after      N202      N303
                expiration fee period

              - 2nd and subsequent period       N348        N431
                of 24 hours or part


13.    OTHER SERVICES/SHIFTING
           Where Dock Labour is used for services not assessed on tonnage basis and
           on request e.g. Discrepancy, sweeping etc.

              (a)     On board/Man/Hour                   $2.3
              (b)     Ashore/Man/Hour                     $278

NOTE:
Dry Bulk Cargo Vessels are entitled to trimming towards the end of their operation. Any
other request shall be charged as above.
      i.     Landing and re-loading cargo at ships request
             (a)   Container                          20’                 40’
                                                      $106                $212
             (b)   General Cargo/tonne/mw                                 $7

      ii.    Shifting of cargo on Board
             (a)    Containers                             20’            40’
                                                           $40            $60
             (b)    General cargo/tonne/mw

      iii.   Over Time Rates
             (a)   On Board         -      $3.45 per man hour
             (b)   Ashore           -      $3.45 per man hour

14.   PENALTY

      i.     Manifest
             a.    Amendment: CONTAINER/RORO/GENERAL CARGO
                   $50/B/L
             b.    Submission of Additional Manifest.
                   $500/B/L
             c.    Late submission of Manifest (Import & Export)
                   $2,00/B/L
             d.    Under declaration of tonnage shall attract 100% surcharge

      ii.    Anchorage Dues
             To be charged on a vessel lying idle at the rate of $0.50/GRT/Days in
             addition to other ship dues. It is the duty of the Port Manager to determine
             whether or not a ship is lying idle.

      iii.   Pollution
             a.      Failure to report discharge of oil/oil mixture    $2,000
             b.      Minor pollution covering an area up to 50m²       $15,000+clean
             up
             c.      Major pollution covering an area more than 50m² $50,000+clean
             up
             d.      Dumping of refuse into surrounding water          $14,000+clean
             up
             e.      Any wrong supply of information shall attract 100% surcharge as
             per section 109 of
                     the Ports Act.
      iv.    Towing of vehicle parked at non parking space             N5, 000
      v.     Overnight Trailer parking rate
             N500/Truck/Night
      vi.    Unauthorized entry/movement by Master of Vessels $1, 000

IN ADDITION, WHERE UNDER THE POWERS CONTAINED IN SECTION 70
OF THE PORTS ACT, THE NIGERIAN PORTS AUTHORITY PROVIDES
SERVICES NOT SPECIFICALLY ENUMERATED IN THIS SCHEDULE, THEY
MAY LEVY REASONABLE RATES IN RESPECT OF THOSE SERVICES.




                          KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS


1.    VAT                  Value Added Tax

2.    TWA                  Tropical West African

3.    RORO                 Roll On Roll Off

4.    WM                   Weight or Measurement

5.    GRT                  Gross Registered Tonnage

6.    LOA                  Length Over All

7.    B/L                  Bill of Lading

8.    TPR                  Trailer Parking Receipt

9.    VEP                  Vehicle Entry Permit

10.   MOU                  Memorandum Of Understanding

								
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