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How to Import From China


Nigerians Importing From China


Thinking of importing from China, below is a step by step guide  of some of the processes.

– Find Supplier

– Negotiate

– After agreement, shipping your items to Nigeria  could pose a daunting task for a first timer.


Actually you need to understand what you agreeing to, because they are different types of shipping.

Okay, let’s start with the basics. When dealing with suppliers from China, you’ll often be offered 4 types of pricing:

FOB – Free on Board (or Freight on Board). This basically means that the cost of delivering the goods to the nearest port is included but YOU, as the buyer, are responsible for the shipping from there and all other fees associated with getting the goods to your country/address.

EXW (Ex-Works) – also sometimes referred to as the Ex-Factory price. This basically means the cost of the product and nothing else! No shipping costs or export fees in China are included in this price, never mind local port and custom fees or delivery to your door.

CIF – Cost, Insurance and Freight. In this case, the price also includes sea freight charges and insurance to deliver the goods to YOUR nearest port. But only to the port – from that point onwards, you take the shipment into your hands.

CNF – Cost & Freight (or Cost, no Insurance, Freight). Similar to CIF only this time insurance is not included.

If your supplier quoted you a CNF Nigeria  price, this means that the price includes shipping of the goods via sea freight to Nigeria port. When the goods arrive, you’ll have to organise customs clearance and delivery to your home/office/warehouse.

While the CNF price can look very attractive, keep in mind that there will be other costs involved when your goods arrive in Nigeria, such as:

Customs clearance fee
Value Added Tax
Import Duty
Port security charge
Fuel surcharge
Docking charge
Warehouse storage fee
So the CNF price is really just the tip of the iceberg and does not show you the true, FINAL price you’ll pay for the products you’re importing.

Also, as you’re new to importing, it will take extra time and be a lot of hassle for you to organise everything at Nigeria port.

If your supplier quoted you an Ex-Works price, this means that there will be LOTS of hidden charges in China + the actual freight charge + all the additional charges I already covered under CNF. This really is NOT the way to do business! You’ll never know for sure how much your import will cost in total, so please NEVER deal with Ex-Works prices!!!

A much better alternative to CNF, FOB, CIF and Ex-Works is to use a freight forwarding agent for your shipments from China. These companies will take care of EVERYTHING mentioned above and will deliver the goods to your door without you having to mess around with the customs clearance procedure.

You usually receive an invoice from them once your goods have arrived with all taxes, customs & port fees clearly listed.

I highly recommend you use such a company, at least for your first few importing deals. These freight forwarding companies are very affordable and can actually work out cheaper than if you try to do it all on your own.

My recommendation is to use  a freight forwarder with great customer service, weekly shipments from China and very competitive prices. Get in touch with them to find out exactly how much your order will cost delivered to your door, after all the fees and taxes.

When contacting a freight forwarding company, make sure you ask for a Door to Door price. This is very important as otherwise you can end up with a host of additional charges when your goods arrive in the Nigeria.

So just keep it safe and play by the rules!

To sum it up – when you deal with suppliers in China, ALWAYS ask for a FOB price! This means product’s cost + local charges in China to the nearest port.

Ask your supplier for order dimensions (weight & size) and contact a freight forwarder for a door to door quote. Lastly – don’t forget about insurance! It  will protect your shipment against loss and damage.


You can contact some Nigeria import and export companies for more information.

This is just a guide, you should do  your own homework.  We are not responsible for any liabilities for any los for anyone using this article as a guide.





Posted by: | November 22, 2016

Posted on: 2016 November 22

Nigeria Export Prices and Guidelines

Nigeria Export Prices and Guidelines


The constant  devaluation of naira as a result of the fall in oil price coupled with other economic variables offers a favorable environment for exporters in Nigeria to make huge profit and nation cannot grow without export. It is also about time we stop Nigeria from been a dumping ground of every manner of products from around the Globe.

From tooth pick, spoons, outdated items, scrap, toxic items and a whole lot more. It is about time Nigerians start exporting their goods and services.  We are endowed with many natural  and human resources, it is time to look inward for solution. But before you delve into exporting, you need to acquaint yourselves with knowledge of how the export market works.

Please not that Nigeria Customs can not provide all the information about your exportation to the destination country. You must explicitly carry out all transactions with such country’s Customs Administration by yourself. However, you can contact the Nigeria Foreign Affair Ministry for valuable information.

If you live in Nigeria and you have the intention to start exporting goods from Nigeria to other parts of the world, then you must seek to pursue best practices in the Import and Export Industry. It is true that anybody can export goods from Nigeria to their clients outside the shores of Nigeria as long as they meet all the laid down requirements.

In Nigeria, we have a government organization like the Standard Organization of Nigeria (S.O.N) that ensures that all goods that are produced in Nigeria meet the certain requirements. The Standard Organization of Nigeria works hand in glove with the International Standard Organization (I.S.O) to ensure that any product that comes out of Nigeria is not substandard and can be used conveniently in any part of the world.

So if you are in the business of exporting goods from Nigeria, then you must ensure that you only export goods that meet the requirements set by the Standard Organization of Nigeria. These are the basic things you need to know about the products specifications when you are in the business of exporting goods from Nigeria:


Need to Know, this is not exhaustive


To get started, you need to: 

Know how the market works,
Port procedures,
Legal international protocols,
Product sourcing

Overseas Buyer

Product Specification




Exporting from Nigeria: What You Need to Know About Product Specification

1. You Need to Know About the Overall Dimension of the Products You Intend Exporting

It is very important to specify the overall dimensions of your product, so that whoever wants to buy your products is be able to have a pre-knowledge of the size of the products and the space it might occupy so that they can be well guided when making provision for transportation and logistics.

2. You Need to Know about the Materials Used in the Production of the Products You Intend Exporting

It is important to know the details of all the materials used in the production of the goods you intend exporting so that your buyers and the end users may know how to handle and manage the products. For instance; if the product you intend exporting is made up of iron, then you should know that if it is exposed to mist of water, it might likely get rusted. Also, if your product is made up of breakable glass, then you need to inform those handling it to handle it with care.
3. You Need to Know About the Environmental Effects and Requirements of Your Products

The manufacturer might specify the effect some products have on human and how to handle and make use of them. For example; if your product is flammable when exposed to certain high level temperature or fire, then it would be very important that you highlight it on the product so that those transporting it will know how to handle it.

4. You Expected to Know about the Anthropometrics and Ergonomics

You are expected to include the sizes of people that are expected to make use of your products. Take for instance; if you are manufacturing and exporting shirts, you should design your shirts or dresses in different sizes that complies with the sizes in Europe, UK, USA et al. You just have to know the various sizes of people in relationship to the products you intend exporting. Let us get it straight, Anthropometrics is the study of the sizes of people with respect to products, why Ergonomics is just the relationship between people and the products they use. The bottom line is that the data generated from Anthropometric is used to help design products to meet ergonomic needs.

5. You are expected to Include Users Manual in All Your Products

It is very important to include user’s manual with all of your products meant for exportation. With the User’s manual or guide, it makes it easier for anybody to purchase and use your products. All you need to do is to ensure that your product manual is written in languages that people in the country you intend to export them to understand.

6. You Need to Include Details of the Source of Power Requirement for Your Products
If your product requires electric to power it, then you just have to include the power requirements for the products. If you specify the power requirement for your products, then you would guide against electric voltage blowing off your products in the hands of the end users. It is fact that some countries have specification for all electric appliances that is imported in to their countries. So if you are into the exportation of electric appliances, ensure that your products meet the electric power requirement of the country you intend exporting your products to.

There are a lot you need to know about products specification if you are in the business of exporting. The best way to go about it is to check the requirements for the kind of products you intend exporting with the country you would be exporting the products to. In order for you to continue to be in the business of exporting, you must produce goods that meet the specifications of International Standard Organization (ISO).



EXPORT PROHIBITION LIST  – What you are not allow to Export


Timber (rough or sawn)

Raw hides and skin (including Wet Blue and all unfinished leather) H.S. Codes 4101.2000.00 – 4108.9200.00

Scrap Metals

Unprocessed rubber latex and rubber lumps

Artifacts and Antiquities

Wildlife animals classified as endangered species and their products
e.g. Crocodile; Elephant, Lizard, Eagle, Monkey, Zebra, Lion etc.

How to Package Your  Products for Export 

If you have locally manufactured goods that you intend exporting to buyers outside the shores of Nigeria, then you should consider durable and attractive packaging for your products. Truth is that if your products are well packaged and all safety measure is put in place, then you wouldn’t have to worry about your products getting damaged on transit. If you are conversant with goods that are cleared from the wharf; you would realize that some of them get badly damaged because they are not properly packed.

The goods meant for exports are handled my different people that may likely not know the details of what you are exporting and as such may handle it roughly. If you want to give your customers value for every product they order from you, then you must pay serious attention to your packaging details. There are ways you could package you products to ensure that they are not exposed to what might damage them. For example; if you are exporting breakables like glass related products, eggs, et al, then you must take every little detail in the packaging seriously so that you possibly won’t end up exporting damaged commodities.

The truth is that the packaging you use for your products is as important as the products itself especially when you know that these products are meant for exportation and are subjected to longer travel periods when you are exporting via the sea (Shipping). Even if you are using Cargo Planes to export your products’ it possibly could also get damaged if not properly packaged. Also, if the packaging is not appealing, it can affect the sales.
1. Use Packaging Material that is Friendly and Healthy

Whatever material you choose to use for your packaging should be user friendly and must not contain any hazardous chemical. The truth is that if you are in the business of exporting, then you must be careful of the materials used to package your products or else it could be rejected by the government of the country you intend shipping the goods to.

2. Use Attractive Colors for Your Packaging
It has been proven over and over again that the choice of packaging for your products contributes to the brand image you are selling to your customers. If the packaging for your product is eye catchy and attractive, it could easily be spotted and picked ahead of same products from other companies. The fact that you are expected to make the packaging of your products attractive does not mean that you should solely use attractive and bright colors. There are ways you may combine colors nicely that can be appealing to people.

3. Ensure Your Graphics is Self Explanatory

You can design the packaging of your products in such a way that a buyer could easily tell the kind of product that is in it. Graphic artists have a way of communicating a message to people via their designs. So ensure that whatever design you chose for the packing of your product, is self explanative and the one that looks nice from both afar and from a close range.

4. Ensure All Instructions and Guidelines on the Packet of Your Products are Legible and Easy to Understand

It is important to make sure that all the information that is expected to be on the pack of your products are easily readable. You should use letters and fonts that can easily be read by all. You must also ensure that you use a minimum of four international messages to pass across very vital information on the pack of your products. For instance; if there is an instruction that reads “Highly inflammable” then you should not just write it in English language; you should also write it in French, Chinese, Spanish and German Language et al.

5. Make Sure You Use Water – Proof Materials

Products meant for exportation are subjected to all sorts of conditions; including mist, dews and waters. To prevent any of these conditions from damaging your products, you must include water – proof materials (nylon et al) to either wrap the products inside the package or to seal the entire package with it. With this in place; you can be sure that when your products are exposed to water it wouldn’t get damaged.
6. Ensure You Add Materials (Foam Like) That Could Absorb Shock

If you open a new electronic carton, you would see some foam like materials placed inside it. The purpose of such materials is to absorb all the shocks your products might likely be subjected to en route its destination. So you must be sure to include such materials when packaging your products meant for exports especially when they are breakables.

7. Ensure that you add Wrapping Materials That Can Prevent Scratches

There are wrapping papers used in wrapping products so as to prevent scratches that might occur in transit. You just have to pay attention to every detail with regard to the packaging of your products, if you want it to your consumers to receive the products they ordered in good condition. For example; if you are exporting products made from bronze or ceramic materials, you are expected to use paper or other friendly materials to wrap each unit of the products so that they do not rub off on each other and produce scratches on the products.

These are some of the factors you need to consider when packaging your products that you intend exporting from Nigeria to other parts of the world. Fact is that if you are exporting the products via ship, then you should expect the products to stay a longer period on transit and that is the more reason why you must chose durable packaging and containers for your products.



This involves activities relating to issuance of Certificates of conformance to applicable standards or contractual documents for products to facilitate export trade. It applies to specific consignments meant for export by the applicant.


To ensure that locally manufactured products meant for export conforms with the relevant Nigerian industrial standards as well as the quality requirements of the importing countries including packaging.

The procedures for Product-Type certification involve:

  • The company applies formally to SON providing all necessary details of the products, processes, packaging and intending country for export;
  • SON technical officers conduct inspection of the production processes and the consignments, conduct testing of samples of the product and submit report to the Product Certification Directorate;
  • The reports including results of analysis are assessed and recommendations made to the Director General for approval;
  • Upon approval, Certificate of Conformance is issued for the particular consignment.


List of Approved Commodities  for Export

Palm Oil
Vegetables (Fresh/Dry)
Melon (Egusi)
Ogbono Seeds
Cashew Nut
Zobo Leave
Bitter Cola
Cola Nut
Dried Fish
Yam Flour
Cassava Flour
Plantain Flour
Coco Yam
Palm Fruit (Banga)
Bread Fruit ( Ukwa)
Aligator Pepper
Local Seasoning
Locust Beans
Local Rice
Ground Nut
Edible Local Chalks (Nzu)
Locust Beans


Herbal Products (Medicine/Soap)
Tiger Nuts
Hibiscus Flower
Moringa Seed
Donkey Skin
Nigerian Made Shoes (Aba Made Shoes)
Nigerian Made Fabrics (Adire, Akwete, Aso Oke, etc.)
Shea Butter

Solid Minerals

Char Coal
Lime Stone
Iron Ore
Lead Zinc


Arts and Craft

Locally Designed Beeds
Home Video/Audio Cds
Locally Published Books
Locally Made Weaves


To able to provide an accurate charge for your export, following details are required?


Weight of item

Destination country/state

Item name ( some item  are banned)

nigeria export prices

nigeria export prices


For Export Prices visit  Nigeria Import and Exporters


Speak to us if you require further assistance.



Posted by: | November 20, 2016

Posted on: 2016 November 20
nigeria courier companies

Courier Companies in Nigeria


READ – Greenaira have only  verified the phone numbers on the  list below, use the list at your own discretion.  If you do require a specific service,  do get in touch. We might be able to provide additional information. If you wish to add your business, do get in touch

 Example of a verified Business Listing  –   BUSINESS name,  Address  Location Phone number – VERIFIED

    1. Abc Express Courier Limited 52, Ikorodu Road, Jibowu, Yaba, Lagos. 0806 326 1919.
    2. Eps Courier 76, Ndidem Usang Iso Road, Calabar, Cross River 07088684171, 08056940390
    3. Abex Express Parcel Service 1a Shiro Street, Fadeyi Ojuelegba Lagos 07029 120 979, 0806 630 6900
    4. Standard Delivery Service Limited 9, Ikorodu Road, Jibowu, Lagos. 0803 328 5541
    5. Fast Express Couriers Suite B48, Danziyal Plaza, Olusegun Obasanjo Way, Central Business District, Abuja Fct 08108828987, 08092262116, 08186199122
    6. Transroyal Courier Limited 2b Idowu Olaitan Street, Oworoshoki Expressway, Gbagada, Lagos 08087189027 08087189013
    7. Aero Contractors (Lagos Airport Office) Private Terminal, Domestic Wing, Murtala Mohammed Airport, Ikeja, Lagos. 0700 359 2376   08050501565
    8. Gal Express Nigeria Limited 2nd Floor, Magbaralewon House, 11a, Cowlane, Off Igbosere Road, Lagos. 08023061175
    9. Impex Worlwide Limited 4 Bashiru Oweh Street, Off Medical Road, Ikeja, Lagos. 08026164211, 08035596370, 07055774919
    10. City Errands International Services Limited 2nd Floor Uac Commercial Complex Plot 272/273 Central Business District, Garki, Abuja. 0803 596 9098
    11. Apk Express Services Limited Address 6, Ilojo Crescent, Off Ikorodu Road, Obanikoro, Lagos 0803 381 8873
    12. Chase Express 158, Ibrahim Taiwo Road, Ilorin, Kwara State Nigeria 08056667941
    13. Firstpost Express Delivery Services Limited 3rd Floor Banuso House, 88/92 Broad Street, Lagos 0806 605 7167, 0807 631 5729, 08080875545
    14. Ifex Express Limited 99, Ibb Way, Lokoja, Kogi State Nigeria 08077523433, 08070591800
    15. Swift Couriers Limited Suite 26, Wuse Shopping Complex, Wuse, Abuja Fct Nigeria 09-5236579
    16. Pea Transport Nigeria Limited 77, Agidi Road, Ketu, Kosofe Lagos 08026442599, 08098019847
    17. Tinex Courier Limited Royal Exchange Complex, Suite 251b, Apapa Oshodi Exp/Way, Opp. N.A.R.C Oshodi, Lagos. 080 2907 1161
    18. Swift Couriers Limited 7, Victoria Street, Off Osolo Way, Isolo, P.O.Box 3440 G.P.O. Marina, Lagos 08023013234
    19. DHL International Nigeria Ltd 47 Ring Road, Ibadan , Oyo State 08039077000
    20. Pab Royal Express Limited 5 Olaide Tomori Street, Off Medical Road, Ikeja, Lagos. 08038303511
    21. Suvex Delivery Service Limited 28 Market Road, Off Rumuola Junction, P. O. Box 8064 Port Harcourt, Rivers State. 0806 4132526, 0803 3170826, 0803 3170827.
    22. Theophilanzo Agencies Ltd. Consolidators, Shipping & Cargo Handling Services. 0802 319 6598, 0705 657 6864
    23. Ekesons Parcel Services Ltd 68, Mbaise Road, Owerri, Imo State Nigeria 07088685003
    24. Daudeen Courier Limited Suite 351 & 352b, 2nd Floor, Royal Shopping Plaza, Charity B/Stop, Oshodi Apapa Expressway, Lagos 08023958005, 07031866222
    25. Arrowhead Courier Limited Suit 70, Ogba Shopping Arcade, Caterpillar Bus Stop, Ogba-Ikeja, Lagos. 08068776088, 08035604196.
    26. First Tarmac Global Services Suite 1, Obason Green Plaza, Phase 2, Lokoja, Kogi 08073179010
    27. Ksp Shipping & Logistics Plot 13, Blk D,Fatai Atere Way, Matori Industrial Estate,Mushin, Lagos. 08022922624
    28. Prime Express Limited 3, Oduyemi Street, Opp Ikeja Council Hq, Anifowose, Ikeja, Lagos. 08057484455.
    29. Globalport Express Logistics Limited Suite T6 Ozde Plaza, Osolo Way, Ajao Estate, Isolo, Lagos. 08033066264, 07055800955
    30. United Parcel Service Inc 93 Moshood Abiola Way,Olusany Ring Road, Ibadan, Oyo State 08067760835
    31. Peace Mass Transit Limited 783, Okutuku – Mbiama Road, Mbiama Yenagoa, Bayelsa State 08055091855, 08055091820
    32. Zion-Gabson International Company Limited 27, M.M Int’l Airport Road, 7/8 Bus-Stop Ajao Estate Lagos 08042126726, 08023120810
    33. Red Star Express Fedex Plc Km 5, Mbiama-Yenogoa Road, Yenagoa, Bayelsa Nigeria 08088709631
    34. Datol Express Courier Services Limited 8 Adeyemo Street, (7&8 Bus Stop) Airport Road Ikeja, Lagos. 08023016540
    35. Zenith Carex Express International Express Limited Fototek House Area 3 Garki Abuja 07032114180



Posted by: | June 19, 2016

Posted on: 2016 June 19



READ – Greenaira have only  verified the phone numbers on the  list below, use the list at your own discretion.  If you do require a specific service,  do get in touch. We might be able to provide additional information. If you wish to add your business, do get in touch. The list is by no means completed. we will  keep updating it regularly.


 Example of a verified Business Listing  –   BUSINESS name,  Address  Location Phone number – VERIFIED

  1. . De Big Rich Concept 08031141565 7A ,Alhaji Street, Ladega, Ikorodu, Lagos, Nigeria
  2. Tripple Kay Additional Impact 08033024882 24/28 ,Burma Road, Apapa, Lagos, Nigeria
  3.  Tripple A Freight Forwarder 07039847754 Iyaniwura Complex, Ojodu, Kosofe, Lagos, Nigeria
  4. Aci Group 08034030662 9 ,Caulcrick Road, Apapa, Lagos, Nigeria
  5.  Android King Nigeria 08067631085 33 ,Trans Amadi Industrial Layout, Port Harcourt, Rivers, Nigeria
  6. International Starchem Industries Limited 08022901062 Plot 2/4 ,Badejo Kalesanwo Road, Matori Industrail Esate, Mushin, Lagos, Nigeria
  7. Chellarams Plc 08056199374 A1/E2 ,Kudenda Industrial Estate Nnamdi Azikiwe Expressway, Tudun Wada, Kaduna South, Kaduna, Nigeria
  8.  Sterling Roof Tiles 08033306341 121 ,Okota Road, Okota, Oshodi Isolo, Lagos, Nigeria
  9. Dako Willy Ventures 08024741332 136 ,Orodu Street, Olodi-Apapa, Ajeromi Ifelodun, Lagos, Nigeria
  10. Circle Of Treasure Resource Control Services 08065966359 2 ,Okorododo Compound , Okuodiete, Okpe, Delta, Nigeria
  11. Rickson Import And Export Company 08033162205 56/57 ,Sanya Street, Aguda, Surulere, Lagos, Nigeria
  12.  Fairbiz Import And Export Supply Company 08037056891 6 ,Eziama Avenue, Aba South, Abia, Nigeria
  13.  Obino Importer And Exporter 08033905775 8 ,Old Cementary Road, Onitsha North, Anambra, Nigeria
  14.  Chimaco Electronic Importers And Exporters Limited 08033803356 Shop 282,283 ,Powa Shop Finbar, Umuahia North, Abia, Nigeria
  15. Jonek Import And Export Nigeria Limited 08056778171 18 ,Ogidi Street, Ogui, Enugu North, Enugu, Nigeria
  16. Divine Favour Import And Export Services 08062283126 3C ,Edera Road, Aba North, Abia, Nigeria
  17. Springland Import And Export Company Limited 08020772941 23 ,Oye Balogun Street, Lekki Estate Phase 1, ibeju Lekki, Lagos, Nigeria
  18. Global Voyage Import And Export Limited 08037906922 A64/A65 ,Cross River Plaza, Trade Fair Complex, Ojo, Lagos, Nigeria
  19. Chiaka Import And Export Enterprises 08064268782 16 ,Uratta Street, Weltheral Road, Owerri Municipal, Imo, Nigeria
  20.  Amix Trading Imports And Exports Limited 07032114180 8 ,Olufemi Street, Apapa, Apapa, Lagos, Nigeria
  21.  BlaqT Importer And Exporter Company 08023062592 6 ,Saint Mary Street, Old Enugu Road, Enugu South, Enugu, Nigeria
  22. Rochez Import And Export Nigeria Limited 08022937026 7 ,Jimoh Meji Street, Ijeshatedo, Surulere, Lagos, Nigeria
  23.  Klord Import And Export 08061397570 Shop 8 ,Dei Dei Junction, Dei-Dei, Bwari, Abuja, Nigeria
  24.  Easy Bros Importer And Exporter 08054252957 310 ,Umaru Saro Road, Geri Alimi, Ilorin West, Kwara, Nigeria
  25. Ken’s Ventures Importer And Exporter 08035034056 28 ,Ijomu Street, Akure South, Ondo, Nigeria
  26. Senior Import And Export Nigeria Limited 08057179700 5 ,Ubiaja Road, Uromi, Esan North East, Edo, Nigeria
  27. Stevano Importer And Exporter Company 08165378693 15 ,Ireakari Street, Alakia, Egbeda, Oyo, Nigeria
  28. Faab Import And Export 08023126835 119 ,New Naco Complex, Muritala Mohammed International Airport, Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria
  29. Hatemi’s Import And Export Plc 08036242074 Badagry Express Way, Ado Odo, Badagry, Lagos, Nigeria
  30. Iya Tumininu Import And Export Of Wears 08164855865 3 ,Sholanke Street, Abeokuta South, Ogun, Nigeria
  31.  Dolf Lima Importer And Exporter 08152351869 199 ,Adeyemi Road, Sabo, Ondo West, Ondo, Nigeria
  32. S And T Company 08064683776 22 ,Fadeyi Street Oshinle Quaters, Akure South, Ondo, Nigeria
  33. Thinkbizz Import And Export 07053364072 14 ,Upper Sakponba Road, Oredo, Edo, Nigeria
  34. Benyke Import And Export Company Limited 08060593806 4 ,Adelakun street, Ojodu, Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria
  35. Joslad Importer And Exporter 07069330627 36 ,Temidire Street, Erin Ijesa, Ori Ade, Osun, Nigeria
  36.  Esj Import And Export Limited 08057663801 78A ,Lamido Crescent, GRA, Nasarawa, Kano, Nigeria 
  37. Collinmavis Import And Export Agent 07088269164 Shop 34 ,Computer Village, Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria
  38.  Xiamen Yeyang Import And Export Co Ltd 08033336982 Room1837 No 863 Xiahe Road Siming District, Apapa, Apapa, Lagos, Nigeria
  39.  Ms Maikaho Import And Export Nigeria Limited 08034322828 15 ,Audu BakoWay, Nasarawa, Kano, Nigeria
  40. Adrafat Import And Export Nigeria Limited 08033215502 3 ,Amu Street, Mushin, Lagos, Nigeria
  41. Grace Wenji Import And Export Services 07055715185 4B ,Owa Street, Benin City, Oredo, Edo, Nigeria 
  42. Sahirun Import And Export Nigeria Limited 08136826444 23 ,Alexandra Crescent, Wuse 2, Abuja Municipal, Abuja, Nigeria
  43. D Surviveman Import And Export Eletronic 08037824237 52 ,New Lagos Road, Iruwa, Etsako Central, Edo, Nigeria
  44. Eastern Brothers Import And Export Company 08038684009 1A ,Oroyinyin Street, Idumota, Lagos Island, Lagos, Nigeria
  45.  Johnben Import And Export Nigeria Plc 08077360450 38 ,Afanda Street, Mushin, Lagos, Nigeria
  46. Intelscope Import And Export 08033522268 14 ,Yusuf Oyero Street, Ketu, Kosofe, Lagos, Nigeria
  47. Geekays Imports And Exports Limited 08022224908 1 ,Fawole Lane, Obanikoro, Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria
  48. Chanco Imports And Exports Nigeria Limited 08033024468 7 ,Kolawole Shonibare Street, Ajao Estate, Oshodi Isolo, Lagos, Nigeria
  49. Jonjuch And Associates Nigeria Limited 08028394041 17A ,Gbajumo Street, Lagos Island, Lagos, Nigeria
  50.  Belliz Konsult And Company 08022788343 16 ,Oduwole Street, Ebgeda, Alimosho, Lagos, Nigeria
  51. Okotex And Sons Trading Company 08038721808 9, Warri Street, Umuahia South, Abia, Nigeria
  52.  Ade And Sons Nigeria Limited 08100805980 238 ,Isokun Ilesa, Ilesa West, Osun, Nigeria
  53. Konnoissurz And Patners 07030986708 2 ,Nwankwo Street, Abakaliki, Ebonyi, Nigeria
  54. Angelic And Sons Interlink Limited 08033211832 Ewls 37 ,Ariaria Internationall Market, Aba South, Abia, Nigeria
  55.  Olatunde Olawepo And Company 08056383087 64 ,Gbamgbose Street, Lagos Island, Lagos, Nigeria
  56. Saloja And Sons Limited 08045257769 D3/15 ,Fishing Materials, Onitsha South, Anambra, Nigeria
  57. Raylad And Company 07063345595 Block 2/50 Flat6 ,Hospital Road, Area B, Nyanya, Abuja, Nigeria
  58. Chi And Murphy Associates Limited 08033162601 15 ,Oloto Street, Ebute Metta, Lagos Mainland, Lagos, Nigeria
  59. Campbell And Classic Ventures 08034981878 12 ,Oremeta Street, Iju-Ishaja, Agege, Lagos, Nigeria
  60. Shoptomydoor: A service of American AirSea Cargo with phone numbers +1 888 315 9027(US Office) and 0700 800 8000 (Nigeria Line)
  61.  BTY Logistics Nigeria Address: 3, CANALVIEW LAYOUT, OFF IBIYEMI STREET, OSOLO WAY, AJAO ESTATE, ISOLO, LAGOS. website: – 234-805-4521-969
  62. gig logistics Address: 164, Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway, Lagos. website:
  63. Universal Shipping & Logistics Solutions Limited Address: 45, Caulcrick Road, Apapa, Lagos website:
  64. Tiger Shipping Company Address: 1st Floor, 9, Wharf Road, Apapa, Lagos website:
  65. UASC Agencies Nigeria Address: 34, Wharf Road, Apapa, Lagos website:
  66.  Triple A Freight Forwarder Address: Roll A, Marwa Garden Shopping Complex, Alausa, Secretariat website:



Posted by: | December 22, 2015

Posted on: 2015 December 22

Looking for shipping companies in Nigeria

Looking for shipping companies in  Nigeria, look no further.


READ – Greenaira have only  verified the phone numbers on the  list below, use the list at your own discretion.  If you do require a specific service,  do get in touch. We might be able to provide additional information. If you wish to add your business, do get in touch

 Example of a verified Business Listing  –   BUSINESS name,  Address  Location Phone number – VERIFIED

Tiger Shipping    –  23418975040
Bonny Shipping and Marine Services   –  07093174702, 08033485475
Chrismatel Shipping – 08012646746
Donab Maritime Limited  – 08056240393, 08069135200
Ebentina International Limited  – 0803751923, 08023134792
Fablo Ventures Limited  – 08064936363, 08023590473
Fortune Global Shipping & Logistics Limited –  08100814497
Heedbern Shipping Nig. Ltd  – 08055915262
Leostar Shipping  – 08033911567
Mas Global Express And Logistics –  23414522261
NAL Comet – 08037134833, 08033792454
PIL Nigeria Ltd  – 08172241769, 08172241765
Reliance Freight Services  – 08023013893, 08067023397, 08052912720
Rowsy International Ltd –  070987244467
Saeed Marine Services Limited  – 08092733399, 08065533730
Safmarine Nigeria. – 08022931042, 08174664016, 08132278681
Sailbond Shipping  – 08033132265
Ship Afrika International  – 08037219766
Sifax Group 08087181269, – 0807391739, 08105364016
Surview Marine And Logistics Services Limited –  08037141065, 08098942102
Tiger Shipping Company Limited  –  015870110
Tokke Maritime Services Limited  – 08037093105, 08033562033, 08026309646
UASC Agencies Nigeria  – 07098107434
Universal Shipping & Logistics Solutions Limited  – 07098715571
Value Handlers Int. Ltd –  08032241768, 08182072412
Whiteworld Shipping Limited  – 08061234123, 08023121377
Ancel Shipping Services Limited  – 23415804151
Betchimarine Nigeria Limited  – 07036585161,08027716341
Blue Funnel Nigeria Lagos  – 23415871567,08023191267
Climax International Agencies Ltd –  08023008141, 08038170039
Continental Shipyard Limited  – 07098147907
G.L.O Synergy Integrated Services  – 08076433473, 08057042772
Genesis Worldwide Shipping  – 08037165974
Imperial Blue Nigeria Limited  – 0803 847 0755
Hamadah Shipping services Ltd  – 08022239987, 08063454912
Gilola Internationa Agencies  – Limited       – 08033019479, 08033807072
Nedlink Logistics International Limited    – 08033306273, 07028101011
Dignity Marine Limited    –    – 08033441804, 08098441804
Cargozeal Technologies Limited     – 08022238708
Champion Logistics Nigeria Limited     – 08033204203
Doolanc Libral Nigeria Limited     – 08077847785, 07041495704, 08024192323
Eagle Eyes Shipping Limited  –  08023226807
EFK World Logistics Limited     – 08074351187, 08028138958
Emmaderick Movers Nigeria Limited        –  08023333033, 08085836666
First-rit Nigeria Limited      – 08033084639,08053848703, 08069436441
Flying Eagle Shipping Limited     –   08163966945,07067668836
Freedom Freight Limited     –        – 08085633244, 08056113229, 07041990744
Innabel Logistics    – 09022914347, 0902917347
Intercontinental Express Logistics Solution Limited   –   2348093262238,
Meritex global Logistics Limited    –  08068881934,08083390638
Tripple A Freight And Forwarding Limited     – 07039847754, 08123395972
Abayomi Nigeria Limited      –  08021478616, 08065007394, 08020619473
Abel Abosede & Company Limited    –  08033074980, 08034819937
ABS Logistic Ventures          –    08028921271
Accentel International Limited      – 07029559071, 08029299309
Fembol International Limited   –   08054243389
Fabiloy Ventures Limited    –  08023378808
Eny Pat Express Nigeria Limited   –  08033256752
EFE Divine Maritime Limited   –  08023840404, 08129128483
Eastside Continental Cargo Limited  –  08032248858, 08023176511
Castario Company Limited    –   08033246414
Cargo Speed Air Nigeria     –  08077626267
Babibo & Sons Nigeria Limited    –  23414970339
B.C. Impex Nigeria Limited     – 08025390151, 08031860609
Accessport Nigeria Limited –    08033094722, 08033094731
Accentel International Limited     –  08029299309 , 07029559071
Saipem Contracting Limited  –   0813 9852061
Abouta Marine Services    –  234018428179, 08062896134
Cma-Cgm Dalmas Nigeria Limited   –  080397566331
Mediterranean Shipping Company Limited    –  09093999601
Grimaldi Agency Nigeria Ltd     –  08084591558
Nigerian Chamber of Shipping    –  07046322261, 07039542465
Nigerian Shippers’ Council    –  07098767065, 07098767066
Shipping Association of Nigeria     –  07027757293
Almarine    – 08022231302, 08051764176
Cargo Logic international Ltd     – 23417401286, 08066726773
Perfect Peace & Logistics      – 08023427073,08030627294
Worldcab Logistics  –  08023111344, 08090655010
Ucfun Integrated Services Nigeria Limited     – 08162797335, 08037177330
Gimbrown Marine Security Services    – 08034615841
Libertine Global Solutions (LGS)    – 08038896639
A & C Engineering and Marine Services Limited    – 08023045063, 08023199142
Nigeria America Line Limited    – 08037134833,08033792454
Peak Shipping Agency Limited.  –  08023206975, 08028526897
Sharaf Shipping Agency Ltd.   –  0709814791011
Supermaritime Nigeria Ltd  – 0805259001,08033070886,08052599010
All-Routes Services Limited    – 08033039582
Alraine Shipping Agencies Nigeria Limited     – 08039756658
Lagos And Niger Shipping Agencies Limited    –  08034035021
Otriel Marine Services Limited     – 07035338454
Odalo Shipping Agency      – 08039147263, 08076693989
Micura Services Limited         – 08051150699
Sifax Stevedoring               –  08087181269, 08077391739
Supermaritime Group            – 08052599007, 08036930310, 08033070886



Posted by: | October 5, 2015

Posted on: 2015 October 5

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