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PUBLISHER: Freight News (

Nigerian port workers have embarked on a strike that has led to massive backlogs of vessels and containers and soaring demurrage and storage costs in the APM Terminals at Apapa Port.

Vessels scheduled for discharge of cargo have remained stranded, while offloaded containers that need to be moved out of the APM Terminals have become backlogged after port workers downed tools over a dispute regarding a collective bargaining agreement (CBA) with the terminal’s management.

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