of Nigerian Licensed Customs Agents ( ANLCA ) has assured its members that the
planned Cargo Tracking Note (CTN) by the Nigerian Shippers Council (NSC) will
not attract additional cost to importers.
association spoke Wednesday apparently in reaction to claims by few individuals
that the scheme will attract more cost to importers.
Publicity Secretary of ANLCA Dr Kayode Farinto told newsmen in Lagos that there
is nothing to worry about the planned CTN, adding that the Shippers Council
leadership has assured them that there would not be any additional cost to
importers as far as CTN is concerned.
Farinto, “the Executive Secretary of Nigeria Shippers Council Bar . Hassan
Bello has assured members that the CTS will not attract any cost to the
consignee as it was when it was first introduced”.