Daily Archives: February 6, 2013

Operational Zones

The operational zones for NAGAFF include Eastern Zone, Western Zone and the Northern Zone.  These zones are further split into chapters.  Both the zones and chapters administrations are under the direct supervision and control of the National Headquarters.


Eastern Zone;

·        Onne II

·        Area I Port Harcourt

·        Calabar Airport

·        Port Harcourt Airport

·        Enugu Airport

·        Warri Port

·        Onitsha River Port


Western Zone; – Lagos State

·        Apapa Seaport

·        Tincan       “

·        PTML        “

·        KLT           “

·        Lilypond    “

·        Ikorodu     “

·        MMA Aiport


Border Stations in the Western Zone

·        Seme Border – Lagos State

·        Idiroko Border – Ogun State


Northern Zone

·        Khikanda Border – Kwara State/Oyo

·        Jibia Border – Katsina

·        Maigatara Border – Ijgawa

·        Kano Airport – Kano

·        Abuja Airport – Abuja

Aims & Objectives


  • To promote the professional welfare of the members of the Association.


  • To promote and protect the image of Freight Forwarders in all their activities with all other related stakeholders and government agencies throughout Nigeria and beyond.


  • To promote, maintain and enhance high quality standards of practice by members of the Association in line with internationally acceptable standards.


  • To introduce order, discipline and promote unity amongst freight forwarders in the Country.


  • To ensure that freight forwarding gets the due attention it deserves.


  • To promote regular dialogue with the various government agencies and other bodies in the Freight Forwarding Business/Industry.


  • To collect and disseminate statistical data and other information relating to TRADE COMMERCE, INDUSTRY, SHIPPING, MANUFACTURING AND ALLIED Business deemed desirable for the promotion of its objectives.


  • To promote, support (or oppose obnoxious) Legislative or other measures affecting the objectives of the Association and Freight Forwarding Practices.


  • (a)       To conduct training and education for all categories of members

(b)       To establish institutes for the purpose of training and education for

members, as well as, inconjunction with other institutions locally and



  • To borrow or raise money where necessary and to promote or protect the objectives herein set-out and to secure the repayments of such borrowing.


  • To deal with the monies of the Association not immediately required in such manner as may be desired or deemed beneficial to the Association and to place any such monies on deposit with Banks Treasury Bill.


  • To do all things as are incidental or conducive for the attainment of the above rules PROVIDED that Association shall not support with its fund any project or endeavour to impose on or procure to be observed by its members or other, any regulation, restriction, or conditions which if an object of the Association would make it a TRADE UNION and provide further that nothing shall make the Association to engage in the business of INSURANCE OR BANKING.


  • To seek and obtain professional alliance with national, regional and international freight forwarding bodies such as FIATA, TIACA, NACCIMA etc.


  • To provide ancillary services such as;


(a)  Publication of News Bulletin

(b)  Provision of Library

(c)  Provision of Legal Representation

(d)  Assistance in securing Customs Licenses

(e)  Granting of Study Award

(f)   Organizing Seminars/Lectures


  • To act as a voice vis-à-vis the Government, Port Operators, Port Users, Transport Users and Bodies that deal with members.


  • To assist in the simplification of cargo clearance and networking between Freight Forwarders along West Africa Coast and Africa in general, as well as, the world over.


  • To hold meetings for presentation and discussion of information and contemporary issues on freight forwarding particularly as they relate to the Nigeria situation.


  • To conduct, research and engage in developmental programmes for the purpose of advancing freight forwarding practice.



Customs Clearing

This includes  the “clearing” of goods through customs barriers for importers and exporters (usually businesses). It involves the preparation of documents and/or electronic submissions, the calculation and payment of taxes, duties and excises, and facilitating communication between government authorities and importers and exporters.

Custom brokers may be employed by or affiliated with freight forwarders, independent businesses, or shipping lines, importers, exporters, trade authorities, and customs brokerage firms within our Association.

We provide customs clearance solutions for businesses of all sizes including courier companies, wholesalers, retailers and e-commerce businesses and even private individuals. Our tailored service can take the headache out of every type of importation.



Whether you’re an importer, wholesale or retail, a business with sites around the globe, courier company with regular shipments, or a private individual making an occasional overseas purchase; Whether your consignments arrive by air or sea, in bags or cartons, on pallets or in containers, we offer tailored services to meet your clearance and onward forwarding needs. We clear your goods, move them to destinations anywhere in the world, and even store, break bulk and distribute for you.

We are specialized! Where it could take the inexperienced person many long hours to complete the process, we can get most shipments cleared on their day of arrival. We complete the paperwork; and we get things processed – fast.

We offer tailored services to suit every requirement. We like challenges and look for creative ways to meet your needs. Our aim is to deliver an efficient, professional, timely service, specific to your individual requirements.

Our experienced team is there to answer your questions regarding importation, taxation and clearance procedures, helping to ensure that your consignments clear customs swiftly and efficiently.

Land Freight

Freight Services within our domain offer a cost-effective and highly flexible solution to your transport requirements by road using the fleet of dedicated vans. Drivers are equipped with the appropriate country-specific permits, but if required, our land freight services can also be combined with Air or Sea freight giving you a complete transport solution.

We operate a daily collection service from any location within Nigeria with capacity available at short notice.

The Road Freight services include
  • Full & Part Load Services
  • Groupage
  • Hazardous Cargo
  • Refrigerated Cargo
  • Out of Hours Collections
  • Timed Deliveries for Full Loads
  • Packing and Packaging Service
ing days.

Sea Freight

Sea Freight Shipping

When time is not the issue and you are looking to send heavyweight or bulky items overseas economically, Sea Freight may be the answer.

Sea Freight services

A Container Load (LCL) shipment like Excess Baggage could be consolidated via consignment with numerous other international shippers. Thereafter, your cargo would be economically sent through our network of first class shipping lines.

Export and import services and delivery can be made door-to-door or door-to-depot.

Air Freight

Air transport is a vital component of many international logistics networks, essential to managing and controlling the flow of goods, energy, information and other resources like products, services, and people, from the source of production to the marketplace.

It is difficult or nearly impossible to accomplish any international trading, global export/import processes, international repositioning of raw materials/products and manufacturing without a professional logistical support. It involves the integration of information, transportation, inventory, warehousing, material handling, and packaging. The operating responsibility of logistics is the geographical repositioning of raw materials, work in process, and finished inventories where required at the lowest cost possible.