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NIGERIAN PORTS AUTHORITY

TARIFF REGULATION

In exercise of the power conferred by the provision of Nigerian Ports Authority Act, Cap 126, Laws of
the Federation of Nigeria (LFN) 2004, Nigerian Ports Authority hereby makes the following Tariff Regulations:

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DEFINITION OF TERMS

Single Buoy Mooring (SBM): An offshore operation involving vessel discharge through underwater pipeline to ashore based facility.

Ship to ship transfer (STS): An offshore cargo operation involving two or more vessels transfer of cargo from a mother vessel to off take vessel and vice versa.

Throughput Fee: The stipulated Fee to be charged by the Authority for the volume of cargo (Inward & Outward) passing through the concession terminal. It is usually measured in TEUS, Tons and Units, payable by the Terminal Operators

Commencement Fee: An initial payment in United States Dollars specified in the Agreement, to be paid within fifteen (15) days after Execution Date.

Lease Fee: A fixed annual payment of a sum specified in the Agreement to be paid in twelve (12) equal instalments or on annual basis in each operating year.

Appropriated Area: A designated Nigerian Ports Authority’s facility or area granted for preferential or exclusive use of private operator for Port operation.

Concession Area: A space of an Area of the Authority of which certain contractual rights and privileges are passed or granted to another operating party to conduct a subsidiary business as contained in the Agreement.

Wharfage: It is a charged assessed against goods of all description passing through wharf, whether they are general cargo, bagged cargo, liquid in bulk or in containers, dry cargo, unitized, ship’s stores and bunker, animals and persons unless specifically exempted and shall be in addition to other charges.

Stevedoring Operation: An act of loading and unloading of goods from ship hold to wharf. It involves any activity that is connected to cargo handling within a port, terminal, space, or warehouse and related environment.

Barge Operation: It is a logistics operation involving the use of self-propelled or towed barge for the purpose of transporting all type of goods through rivers and canals, often to remote areas with little infrastructure.

Service Boat Operation: It is a logistics operation involving the use of specialized vessels, boats and crafts from 10 GT and above to facilitate movement of dedicated equipment and personnel to and from offshore Oil and Gas installations.

Fishing Trawler Operation: It is an operation involving the use of specially designed vessels for commercial trawling of fish in midwater.

FPSO Operation: It is a Floating Production Storage and Offloading vessel used by offshore Oil and Gas industry for the production and processing of hydrocarbon and for the storage of oil.

NLNG Operation: It is an operation involving the production of Nigerian Liquefied Natural Gas and Natural Gas Liquids in Bonny Island for export.

Private Jetty: It is a structure or platform that projects from the land out into the water. It is supported on piles and extended into the sea to influence the tide and to protect the harbour for the purposes of docking ships and unloading cargo. The procedure to construct, erect, own, alter, renew, occupy and operate a private jetty is as stipulated on Nigerian Ports Authority website www.nigerianports.gov.ng

Passenger Boat: It is a ferry service primarily used to ferry passengers and sometimes cargo of all description across the sea, usually on a Tropical West Africa (TWA) and Coastal traffic.

KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS

1. OTD Oil Terminal Dues
2. CPR Compulsory Pilotage Royalty
3. VAT Value Added Tax
4. TWA Tropical West Africa
5. RORO Roll On Roll Off
6. CBM Cubic Meter
7. GRT Gross Registered Tonnage
8. GT Gross Tonnage
9. EPL Environmental Protection Levy
10. VEP Vehicle Entry Permit
11. MOU Memorandum of Understanding
12. MOWCA Maritime Organization of West And Central Africa
13. STS Ship-To-Ship
14. STR Ship-To-Rig
15. KG Kilograms
16. BOL Bill of Lading

EXPLANATORY NOTES

In exercise of the powers conferred by the provision of Nigerian Ports Authority Act, Cap. 126, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria (LFN) 2004, Nigerian Ports Authority hereby makes the following Tariff Regulations:

CARGO DUES: As charged in this Tariff shall cover: –

  1. Stevedoring: Including Overtime, Extra Services (Labour*a, Security and Tally Clerk), Delays weekend Charge,*b Optional Services and Facility Charge*c (for Containers)
  2. Harbour Dues
  3. 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 ₦7.50 per tonne at Appropriated Area shall be charged.

VALUE ADDED TAX (VAT): Shall be charged as appropriate.

BERTHING/MOORING DUES: It is a levy charged on vessel that make fast alongside or casts off from a wharf in a Port or Harbour where boats or boat crew are provided by NPA to run and secure lines, or for every vessel making fast to mooring. The levy is also charged when vessel is made fast to already fasten vessel.

CONTINGENCY DEPOSIT:

  1. Shall be charged on the value of Cargo Dues and Berth Rent at Non-Concessioned Area.
  2. Shall be charged on the value of Harbour Dues, Environmental Protection levy and Berth Rent at Concession Area.

SHIP DUES: As charged in this Tariff, shall cover all services normally required by a vessel for her movement INTO and OUT of the Port including the use of Tug Boats.

HARBOUR DUES: This charged is applicable to all goods discharged or loaded and to all passengers embarked or disembarked within the harbour. It is also a charge for the facilities put in place to create a secured harbour for the berthing of a vessel to enable safe discharge/loading operation of cargo.

CONSERVANCY: It is a charge that applies for the act of regulating and sustaining required standard of safety for ship in the waterways, through activities of Dredging, Sweeping, Lighting, Wreck removal, provision of Aids to Navigation and other activities necessary for safe movement of ships in and out of the ports.

PILOTAGE DUES: Pilotage is charged calculated in accordance with Pilotage rates and assessed against ship for the services a Pilot rendered or offered on a ship entering, leaving or shifting in a Port.
The safe navigation of ship, including piloting in a Compulsory Pilotage District is at all times the paramount duty of a ship’s master, and the presence of a Nigerian Ports Authority’s Pilot on the bridge shall in no way relieve the master of his duties and responsibilities.

FOOTAGE DUES: Is a charge assessed against a ship for the assistance offered by a Pilot to facilitate safe berthing and sailing of ships in the ports.

ANCHORAGE: Anchorage is created within the pilotage district for the purpose of providing shelter for vessels calling at or departing from ports. The anchorage affords vessels and ports the opportunity to plan for the arrival/berthing of vessel as well as provide waiting places for them prior to outward movement.

ANCHORAGE DUES: A vessel shall be charged ANCHORAGE DUES if she is lying idle or does not attain 40% productivity target. It shall be the duty of the Port Manager in collaboration with the Traffic Manager and Terminal Operator to determine whether or not a vessel is lying idle.

ROYALTY CHARGES: These are applicable to operations at:

  1. Leased/Appropriated Area
  2. Private Jetties
  3. Off-shore Oil Terminals
  4. FPS/FSO/Platforms
  5. Royalty on Rent
  6. Royalty on Cargo
  7. Towage Royalty
  8. Stevedoring Royalty
  9. Use of private equipment and machinery in NPA premises

BERTH RENT: The charge commences on a daily basis as soon as a vessel occupies a berth to discharge or load cargo.

BUNKERING: It is charged for the supply of fuel/diesel or refueling of a ship by the use of a truck, barge or another ship in a seaport. It is also referred to as taking oil or bunkers on board ship.

GENERAL BILLS: These are bills on Permits, Licenses, Penalties and Fines, including charges assessed on activities not directly related to vessel operations.

DOCKING: Docking or Dry Docking are charged when ships, boats and other crafts are taken into a slip way/service yard for inspection, maintenance or repairs.

SALVAGE & RESCUE: This is a charge for specialized operations involving the use of Tugboats to rescue ships and persons in distress or in danger of sinking or to salvage ships which have already sunk.

MARINE POLLUTION: It is charged when harmful or potentially harmful chemical particles, industrial waste, agricultural waste, general waste, including the spread of invasive organism are discharged into the water.

MIDSTREAM OPERATIONS: It is charged for the operation of loading and unloading of cargo, while the mother ship is still at sea, with barges, lighters and other craft for the purpose of transferring, distributing and landing at nearby pier or port facility.

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.

ISPS CODE: International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code provides the minimum Security arrangement/requirement for ships, ports and Government agencies in the port locations.

FIRE SERVICE: It is a charge for specialized service provided by trained personnel deployed to guide against or to offer immediate response to fire emergencies on board or ashore the vessel, terminals and the environment during cargo discharge, loading, bunkering, hot works and any other activity dangerous or hazardous to the immediate port environment.

TROPICAL WEST AFRICA (TWA) CHARGES: It is applicable to vessels engaged in trade within West Coast of Africa lying between latitude 15oN and 15oS.

FOREIGN CHARGES: These charges relate to imports and exports other than Coastwise and TWA.

DAY: This shall mean a period of 24 hours or any part thereof. A new day starts at 12.00 midnight.

TONNE: Where charges are assessed in Gross Weight, a tonne shall mean 1000kg and where charges are assessed by measurement weight, a tonne shall mean 1cbm. NPA Authority adopts the KG or CBM whichever is higher.

DOCUMENTS TO BE FURNISHED BY SHIPPING COMPANIES: For the purpose of payment and pre-arrival arrangements, the following documents shall be required.

  1. Manifest
    1. All vessels are to submit Manifest in 2 Hard Copies and a Soft Copy.
    2. Container Vessels in addition to (a) above are to submit 2 copies of Container Arrival List (CAL).
  2. Ship Entry Notice (SEN)
  3. Stowage Plan
  4. Part Discharge Certificate (where necessary)
  5. Transfer and Acceptance of Ship Agency (Where necessary)

TIME TO SUBMIT DOCUMENTS:

  1. Manifest and other documents certified by Owner/Representative must be submitted before arrival of vessel at berth.
  2. Additional manifest must be submitted not later than 24hours after vessel has berthed.
  3. Export manifest must be submitted prior to departure of vessel from berth.

NOTE: This timing is without prejudice to NPA’s Policy of payment before service.

GUIDELINES ON THE POST CONCESSION BILLING SYSTEM

Following the concession of the ports, the Cargo Dues component of both the Provisional and Final Bills has been divided into:

  1. Stevedoring
  2. Harbour Dues
  3. Environmental Protection;

Under the new regime, the Terminal Operators shall collect the Stevedoring component since they are responsible for cargo handling; while NPA shall collects Harbour Dues, Environmental Protection Levy, Berth Rent and Ship Dues. NPA shall also collect the Stevedoring component at areas other than Concession Areas and Private Jetties.

The various rates as would be applicable have accordingly been spelt out.

The following steps shall also be strictly followed in raising Provisional and Final Bills.

  1. Shipping Companies are expected to submit manifest not later than 48 hours before the arrival of the vessel. Export manifest are to be submitted before the departure of the vessel.
  2. Shipping Companies will also submit hard copies of Ship’s Manifest to COPI which will in turn send a copy of the Manifest to Commercial Services Department for the processing of Provisional Bills.
  3. Provisional Bills should be raised immediately on receipt of Manifest to enable shipping Companies make payment before the arrival of vessel.
  4. Presentation of NPA Receipt as evidence of payment of Provisional Bills must be strictly enforced as condition for issuance of Vessel Berthing and Sailings Certificates.
  5. Declared Tonnages/Units must be properly reconciled at the weekly Voyage Reconciliation Meetings (VRM).
  6. All Ship Provisional Bills must be finalized within 7 days after completion of discharge and receipt of relevant source documents from Harbours Department.

Note: The commencement of computation of Provisional and Final Bill using the Revenue Invoicing Management System (RIMS) will alter the current processes elaborated above.

RIMS PROCESSES

The Shipping Agents will be required to obtain e-SEN (Electronic Ship Entry Notice) using the e-SEN application www.sen.nigerianports.org. e-SEN application queries are handled at the Western and Eastern Ports location respectively.

Agents will login to the Customer Portal of NPA with their login credentials to initiate to upload to NPA the same Manifests submitted to the Nigerian Customs: (Access to the Customer Portal is through NPA’s website portal www.nigerianports.org, using the following steps;)

  1. Click on the link to go to NPA’s website portal www.nigerianports.org.
  2. On the home page click on Customer Portal to access NPA’s Customer Portal.
  3. Enter your login credentials for NPA’s Customer Portal.
  4. Navigate to the module/platform by clicking “Manifest Upload” on the Homepage.
  5. Enter your Customer ID and the e-SEN Number for the Ship Entry. (Obtain your e-SEN Number from the e-SEN Application).
  6. Click on “Submit” to validate the information provided.
  7. After Validation, you will be redirected to upload your Manifest.
  8. Data from the e-SEN registration will be pre-populated.
  9. Select the Port and the Jetty/Terminal of Operation.
  10. Select the Vessel Type.
  11. Choose the Registration File of the manifest from its location on the workstation.
  12. Choose the Manifest Header File of the manifest from its location on the workstation.
  13. Choose Customs Respond File (for upload with SEN).
  14. Add the BOL files of the manifest from its location on the workstation.
  15. Click on “Start Upload” after adding all the BOL files.
  16. Enter the Rotation Number obtained from Custom’s Manifest and Ship Entry (for Coastal Operation).
  17. Select the Check Box I agree to the terms and conditions.
  18. Select the Check Box I confirm that my manifest entries are accurate as at the time of completing the form.
  19. Click on “Submit” to send the Ship Entry and Manifests to the Tariff & Billing Department of NPA for review and generation of Provisional Bill.
  20. If the detail provided does not meet the requirement, the errors would be highlighted and you will be notified to make the required corrections.
  21. On Successful upload, you will be notified with the Manifest ID of your entry.

SHIP DUES

FIND RATE AS APPLICABLE BELOW

TYPE OF VESSEL RATE (USD)
UNIT OF MEASURMENT CONSTANT
Foreign 1.28 GRT 1176
Tropical West Africa 0.62 GRT 1176
Coastal 0.44 GRT 1176
NLNG 1.19 GRT 1176
Shifting (within port or pilotage district) 0.07 GRT 1176
Second port of call on same voyage and call to repair yard 0.938 GRT 1176

Remarks:

  • Components of 1176 Constant:
    • (Berthing, Mooring (in & out) – $125 x 2 = $250) + (Towage (in & out) – $462.8 x 2 = $925.60) = $1176
  • Shifting of vessels within Ports and same Pilotage District shall be charged as applicable above.
  • The party to bear cost of shifting shall be clearly stated in the application for shifting.

NPA TOWAGE SERVICES (USD)

FIND RATE AS APPLICABLE BELOW

LOA OF VESSEL RATE (USD)
UNIT OF MEASURMENT
1 – 200 LOA 2000 Per Tug/Movement
201 – 250 LOA 2500 Per Tug/Movement
251 – 300 LOA 3500 Per Tug/Movement
Above 300 LOA 5000 Per Tug/Movement
ABOVE TOWAGE WILL APPLY IN ADDITION TO THE SHIP DUES BELOW
TYPE OF VESSEL RATE (USD)
UNIT OF MEASUREMENT BERTHING/MOORING
Foreign 1.28 GRT 250
Tropical West Africa 0.62 GRT 250
Coastal 0.44 GRT 250
      • Note: The Rates listed above shall apply to all Pilotage Districts
      • Minimum of two tugs shall be required for each movement of inward and outward towage   
      • Uncharted channels within Pilotage Districts shall be GRT of the vessel Multiply by Rate as in Schedule ——– + 1176 depending on the type of the vessel.
      • Pilotage Districts operating without Third Party shall continue to charge/maintain the rate as in schedule ——- applicable for towage services
      • Hire of NPA Pilot Cutter shall attract $1,500.00 per Day
      • Moves within Ports in the same Pilotage District shall attract a flat rate of $600 per Tug per Movement
      • Using Tugs to assist a ship to swing/turn shall attract a flat rate of $600 per Tug per Assistance
      • The Delay of Tug Boat shall attract $400 per hour and part thereof. This shall apply in addition to the Delay of Pilot (detention) at the same rate.
      • Tugs attending to a ship in distress/without power/defective steering shall attract the rate of $2,500 per Tug for 4hours and part thereof
      • Registration/annual renewal for towage service providers shall attract N100,000
      • Where applicable, Third Party Towage Companies are required to pay a Royalty of 20%  per Tug/Movement to the Authority
      • Licensing of Third Party Towage Service Provider shall attract $20,000, this shall be renewed annually at the rate of $10,000

FIND APPLICABLE RATES BELOW USD

PILOTAGE DISTRICT PILOTAGE DUE FOOTAGE DUE PILOTAGE SERVICE
LAGOS PILOTAGE 0.070 0.042 0.112
WARRI PILOTAGE 0.150 0.090 0.240
BONNY PORT HARCOURT PILOTAGE 0.138 0.082 0.220
CALABAR PILOTAGE 0.138 0.082 0.220

Administrative Fee shall be charged as follows:

      • Conventional Vessel: 50% of Footage Dues
      • Service Boat: 20% of Footage Dues
      • For Service Boats not boarded, the Authority shall retain 60% of the Footage Due computed for the concerned pilot, while the Pilot will be entitled to 40% only, for endorsing relevant documents and taking responsibility for safe passage.

FIND RATE AS APPLICABLE BELOW

INNER ANCHORAGE CHARGES
TYPE OF VESSEL RATE UNIT OF MEASUREMENT
FOREIGN FLAG VESSEL: 1 TO 30 LOA USD 0.15 Per GRT/ Number of Days
FOREIGN FLAG VESSEL: ABOVE 30 LOA USD 0.19 Per GRT/ Number of Days
TWA: 1 TO 30 LOA USD 120 Per Number of Days
TWA: ABOVE 30 LOA USD 150 Per Number of Days
NIGERIAN FLAG VESSEL: 1 TO 30 LOA NGN 25,000 Per Number of Days
NIGERIAN FLAG VESSEL: ABOVE 30 LOA NGN 35,000 Per Number of Days
      • Maximum of 72 hours is given as free period for any vessels using the Inner Anchorages before charges commence.
      • Home Port Vessels (Pilot Boats, dredger, Utilities Boats working within the port shall not pay Inner Anchorage Dues, provided they are paying Annual Dues, (Conservancy, Pilotage Exemption Certificate)
      • Vessel in Distress shall not be charged Inner Anchorage Dues.
      • Allocation of position to vessels at Inner Anchorage shall be for vessels of Length Overall of 1 – 50 LOA and below for Lagos Pilotage District, with exception of officially declared vessels under Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS). While vessels of all categories (above 50 LOA) shall be allowed in the inner anchorage of other Pilotage Districts.
      • All Inner Anchorage Dues must be paid within 5 days of the date of invoice. Where Dues are not paid within the said period, an additional LIBOR rate of 5% shall apply
      • Inner Anchorage must be done at designated approved areas.
      • All vessels destined to the Inner Anchorage must declared their intension and durations.
      • Vessels at the Inner Anchorage are to comply with NPA Anchorage Regulations
      • Harbour Masters must put out Notices to Mariner regarding Inner Anchorage Regulations and Locations
      • Harbour Master is to forward relevant documents and information to Tariff & Billing Department for invoicing
      • The Port Managers must ensure that vessels at Anchorage are charged and payment made accordingly before leaving the anchorage

LAGOS ANCHORAGE (NPA LA)
FIND RATE AS APPLICABLE BELOW

CATEGORY A: Conventional Ships calling at the port to discharge or load cargo, with valid and complete documentation involving Provisional Bill and certified payments for Ship and Harbour Dues.

CATEGORY B: Ships calling at the port for bunkering or Ship-to Ship (STS) and Ship-to-Rig (STR) operations.

CATEGORY C: Ship calling at the port for repairs, docking and ships in distress.

CATEGORY D: Ships calling at the port for supply (Chandlers) of water, beverages, food and other stuff for the crew, vessels in distress, repatriation, midstream operation, store supplies, bunkering, fresh water supply, crew change, repair, etc. It includes service boats on pilotage movements or calling at the ports for logistics purpose.

CATEGORY A: CONVENTIONAL SHIPPING OPERATIONS
ANCHORAGE DUES
72 HOURS AFTER BERTHING CLEARANCE & 48 HOURS AFTER SAILING CLEARANCE FOR VESSELS 1 – 200 LOA
PERIOD FOREIGN ($) TWA ($) COASTAL ($) REMARK
1ST PERIOD OF 3 DAYS 2,000 1,500 750 All charges shall commence 72 hours after clearance by Harbours to proceed to berth and 48 hours after clearance to sail
2ND PERIOD OF 3 DAYS 1,500 1,000 500
SUBSEQUENT DAYS THERAFTER 1,000 800 300
ANCHORAGE DUES
72 HOURS AFTER BERTHING CLEARANCE & 48 HOURS AFTER SAILING CLEARANCE FOR VESSELS 201 – 300 LOA
PERIOD FOREIGN ($) TWA ($) COASTAL ($) All charges shall commence 72 hours after clearance by Harbours to proceed to berth and 48 hours after clearance to sail
1ST PERIOD OF 3 DAYS 3,000 1,800 1,000
2ND PERIOD OF 3 DAYS 2,000 1,200 800
SUBSEQUENT DAYS THERAFTER 1,200 1,000 500
ANCHORAGE DUES
72 HOURS AFTER BERTHING CLEARANCE & 48 HOURS AFTER SAILING CLEARANCE FOR VESSELS ABOVE 300 LOA
PERIOD FOREIGN ($) TWA ($) COASTAL ($) All charges shall commence 72 hours after clearance by Harbours to proceed to berth and 48 hours after clearance to sail
1ST PERIOD OF 3 DAYS 4,500 3,000 2,000
2ND PERIOD OF 3 DAYS 3,500 2,000 1,000
SUBSEQUENT DAYS THEREAFTER 2,500 1,500 800

Note:
CATEGORY B:  Ships under this category shall pay appropriate bunkering charges to the Authority as published and accessed online. NPA Lagos Anchorage (NPA LA) Rate shall NOT apply.

CATEGORY C: Ships under this category and by nature of emergency shall NOT be levied charges for NPA Lagos Anchorage (NPA LA) Rate other than Ship Dues and Additional Pilotage Rate for going to Ship Yard or Dry Dock.

CATEGORY D:  Ships under this category are already licensed to provide such services. Service or Logistics Boat movements are entitled to Pilotage Bills and shall NOT pay NPA Lagos Anchorage (NPA LA) Rate.

      1. The facility and logistics at the NPA Lagos Anchorage (NPA LA) is not a commercialized facility, it is provided free for use of all vessels with valid documentation and Payment of NPA Dues and clearance from other relevant Government Authorities. However, charges shall commence after 72 hours on failure to proceed to the allocated berth or on receipt of Berthing Clearance from NPA.
      2. Exemption from NPA Lagos Anchorage (NPA LA) Rate payment shall be given to classified vessels/operation in line with the categorization
      3. Other conditions for application of the proposed rates shall also be taken into consideration, e.g. vessel in distress, Stores supplies, bunkering Fresh water supply, crew change and repatriation, midstream operation, repairs, etc.
      4. Mother Vessel shall pay Anchorage charges for Ship-to-Ship Operations carried out in the SAA
      5. Anchorage shall also apply on vessel who overstays the berth (72 hours) after completion of discharge in the port and clearance to sail.
      6. The Port Manager shall determine non-performing vessels of less than 40% of its capacity or idle vessels and direct such vessels to be placed charge.
      7. The Authority would confirm at the Voyage Reconciliation Meeting the actual date the vessel was cleared in the Berthing meeting to proceed to the allocated berth. The date of the berthing clearance will be announce at the Voyage Reconciliation Meeting and corroborated with the input from Master Declaration and Pilotage Chit from Harbours
      8. Harbour/operations, shall supply Tariff & Billing Department with appropriate information on the number of days spent at the NPA Lagos Anchorage (NPA LA) or at the berth to facilitate billing.

 

ADDITIONAL PILOTAGE CHARGE

TYPE OF VESSEL RATE UNIT OF MEASURMENT
VESSELS CALLING AT SHIPYARD FOR REPAIRS/DRY DOCKING USD 500 PER VESSEL

 

ANNUAL LIGHT DUES

FIND RATE AS APPLICABLE BELOW

TYPE OF VESSEL RATE (USD) UNIT OF MEASURMENT
Tropical West Africa (TWA) USD 0.95 GRT
Coastal USD 0.85 GRT
Light Dues Per Voyage USD 0.34 GRT

ANNUAL CONSERVANCY (USD)

FIND RATE AS APPLICABLE BELOW

TYPE OF VESSEL RATE (USD)   UNIT OF MEASURMENT
Harbour Tugs, Lighters, Barges & Others From 50 GRT And Below On Domestic Trade USD 500.00 Annual
Harbour Tugs, Lighters, Barges & Others Of Over 50 GRT Operating Domestic Trade USD 1,500.00 Annual

BERTH RENT (USD)

FIND RATE AS APPLICABLE BELOW

To Be Provisionally Charged at the Rate of USD 2.00 x LOA x Number of Days

TYPE OF VESSEL RATE (USD) UNIT OF MEASURMENT NUMBER OF DAYS
Container and RORO Vessels USD 2.00 LOA 2
Combo Vessels USD 2.00 LOA 3
Liquid Bulk Cargo Vessels USD 2.00 LOA 4
Dry Bulk Cargo Vessels USD 2.00 LOA 8
General Cargo Vessels USD 2.00 LOA 10
      • Remark: (Liquid Bulk Cargo Vessels) – Includes Oil Rig Vessels.

HARBOUR DUES (USD)
UNIT/TONNAGE x RATE
FIND RATE AS APPLICABLE BELOW

Area Cargo Type Unit/Tonnage Foreign TWA/Coastal
Import Export Import Export
Concession Area
(Harbour Dues)
General Cargo Per Ton 2.5 1.7 2 1.2
Liquid Bulk Per Ton 1.89 1.66 1.46 1.46
Dry Bulk Per Ton 1.89 1.66 1.46 1.46
Container 20FT Empty Per Unit  –
Container 20FT Laden Per Unit 80 47 47 47
Container 40FT Empty Per Unit  –
Container 40FT Laden Per Unit 160 93 93 93
Vehicle Up to 15 CBM Per Unit 27.5 27.5 27.5 27.5
Vehicle 16 to 25 CBM Per Unit 45 45 45 45
Vehicle above 25 CBM Per Unit 187 187 187 187
Vehicle Trailer/Mafi Per Unit 300 300 300 300
Area Cargo Type Unit/Tonnage Foreign TWA/Coastal
Import Export Import Export
Private Jetty
(Harbour Dues)
General Cargo Per Ton 2.5 1.7 1.0 1.0
Liquid Bulk Per Ton 3.68 2.5 2.5 2.5
Dry Bulk Per Ton 2.5 1.7 1.0 1.0
Container 20FT Empty Per Unit  –
Container 20FT Laden Per Unit 78.37 78.37 78.37 78.37
Container 40FT Empty Per Unit  –
Container 40FT Laden Per Unit 154.32 154.32 154.32 154.32
Vehicle Up to 15 CBM Per Unit 27.75 27.75 27.75 27.75
Vehicle 16 to 25 CBM Per Unit 45.75 45.75 45.75 45.75
Vehicle above 25 CBM Per Unit 187.75 187.75 187.75 187.75
Vehicle Trailer/Mafi Per Unit 300.75 300.75 300.75 300.75
  • Note: charge of $1.21/TON + 150 for Single Buoy Mooring (SBM) shall apply as Harbour Dues in Pilotage District where such operation is undertaken
Area Cargo Type Unit/Tonnage Foreign TWA/Coastal
Import Export Import Export
NPA Area
(Harbour Dues)
General Cargo Per Ton 8.6 5.8 5.5 4.8
Liquid Bulk Per Ton 5.8 2.88 2.5 2.5
Dry Bulk Per Ton 5.8 4.16 3.46 3.46
Container 20FT Empty Per Unit 18.9 15.9 18.9 15.9
Container 20FT Laden Per Unit 186.9 119.9 186.9 119.9
Container 40FT Empty Per Unit 30.9 27.9 30.9 27.9
Container 40FT Laden Per Unit 295.9 199.9 142.9 142.9
Vehicle Up to 15 CBM Per Unit 43.9 37.9 35.9 35.9
Vehicle 16 to 25 CBM Per Unit 72.9 60.9 60.9 60.9
Vehicle above 25 CBM Per Unit 244.9 206.9           206.9            206.9
Vehicle Trailer/Mafi Per Unit 412.9 346.9           346.9             346.9
  • Note: Harbour Dues in NPA Area Dues in schedule………is made up of Harbour Dues, Stevedoring only. It is exclusive of Environmental Protection Levy (EPL)
Area Cargo Type Unit/ Foreign TWA/Coastal
Tonnage Import Export Import Export
Appropriated Area
(Harbour Dues)
General Cargo Per Ton 4.8 4.1 4.1 4.1
Liquid Bulk Per Ton 5.8 2.98 2.6 2.6
Dry Bulk Per Ton 4.4 3.27 2.9 2.57
Container 20FT Empty Per Ton 8 8 8 8
Container 20FT Laden Per Unit 107 82 107 63
Container 40FT Empty Per Ton 12 12 12 12
Container 40FT Laden Per Unit 202 152 202 115
Vehicle Up to 15 CBM Per Unit 36 29.3 36 29.3
Vehicle 16 to 25 CBM Per Unit 57 46.3 57 46.3
Vehicle above 25 CBM Per Unit 206 167.4 206 167.4
Vehicle Trailer/Mafi Per Unit 338 274.6 338 274.6
Area Cargo Type Unit/ Foreign TWA/Coastal
Tonnage Import Export Import Export
Midstream Discharge
(Harbour Dues)
General Cargo Per Ton 3.81 3.81 3.81 3.81
Container 20FT Empty Per Ton 4 4 4 4
Container 20FT Laden Per Unit 13 13 13 13
Container 40FT Empty Per Ton 7 7 7 7
Container 40FT Laden Per Unit 19 19 19 19
Vehicle Up to 15 CBM Per Unit 2.83 2.29 2.29 2.29
Vehicle 16 to 25 CBM Per Unit 5 4.1 5 4
Vehicle above 25 CBM Per Unit 8 7 7 7
Vehicle Trailer/Mafi Per Unit 18 15 15 15
Fishing Trawler Per Ton           1.6 Multiply by Exchange Rate
Transshipment Coastwise 50% of Coastal Rate for all Cargo Type Multiply by Official  Exchange Rate
  • Note: Midstream Discharge can only be carried out on the approval of the Honourable Minister of Transportation
  • Component of $3.81 for Midstream Discharge:
    • Harbour ($2.50) + EPL ($0.10) + Midstream Operation ($1.21)

 

STEVEDORING CHARGES

FIND RATES BELOW AS APPLICABLE

Area Cargo Type Unit/ Foreign TWA/Coastal
Tonnage Import Export Import Export
Stevedoring at
NPA Area
General Cargo Per Ton 6.1 3.7 3.3 3.3
Dry Bulk Per Ton 3.3 2.46 2.46 2.46
Container 20FT Empty Per Ton 14.21 14.21 14.21 14.21
Container 20FT Laden Per Unit 42.50 42.50 42.50 42.50
Container 40FT Empty Per Ton 24.20 24.20 24.20 24.20
Container 40FT Laden Per Unit 62.93 62.93 62.93 62.93
Vehicle Up to 15 CBM Per Unit 9.90 7.50 7.50 7.50
Vehicle 16 to 25 CBM Per Unit 17.45 13.60 13.60 13.60
Vehicle above 25 CBM Per Unit 29.15 21.93 21.93 21.93
Vehicle Trailer/Mafi Per Unit 64.13 35.27 35.27 35.27
Area Cargo Type Unit/ Foreign TWA/Coastal
Tonnage Import Export Import Export
Stevedoring at
Appropriated
Area
General Cargo Per Ton 3.35 2.03 1.81 1.81
Dry Bulk Per Ton 1.81 1.47 1.47 1.47
Container 20FT Empty Per Ton 7.81 7.81 7.81 7.81
Container 20FT Laden Per Unit 23.37 23.37 23.37 23.37
Container 40FT Empty Per Ton 13.31 13.31 13.31 13.31
Container 40FT Laden Per Unit 34.61 34.61 34.61 34.61
Vehicle Up to 15 CBM Per Unit 5.5 5.44 5.44 5.44
Vehicle 16 to 25 CBM Per Unit 9.6 7.48 7.48 7.48
Vehicle above 25 CBM Per Unit 16.0 12.06 12.06 12.06
Vehicle Trailer/Mafi Per Unit 35.3 19.39 19.39 19.39
Area Cargo Type Unit/ Foreign TWA/Coastal
Tonnage Import Export Import Export
Stevedoring at
Private Jetty
General Cargo Per Ton 1.52 0.92 0.82 0.82
Dry Bulk Per Ton 0.82 0.61 0.61 0.61
Container 20FT Empty Per Ton 3.55 3.55 3.55 3.55
Container 20FT Laden Per Unit 10.62 10.62 10.62 10.62
Container 40FT Empty Per Ton 6.05 6.05 6.05 6.05
Container 40FT Laden Per Unit 15.73 15.73 15.73 15.73
Vehicle Up to 15 CBM Per Unit 2.47 1.87 1.87 1.87
Vehicle 16 to 25 CBM Per Unit 4.36 3.40 3.40 3.40
Vehicle above 25 CBM Per Unit 7.28 5.48 5.48 5.48
Vehicle Trailer/Mafi Per Unit 16.03 8.81 8.81 8.81
Area Cargo Type Unit/ Foreign TWA/Coastal
Tonnage Import Export Import Export
Stevedoring at
Midstream
Discharge
General Cargo Per Ton 1.21 1.21 1.21 1.21
Dry Bulk Per Ton 0.99 0.74 0.74 0.74
Container 20FT Empty Per Ton 4.29 4.29 4.29 4.29
Container 20FT Laden Per Unit 12.85 12.85 12.85 12.85
Container 40FT Empty Per Ton 7.32 7.32 7.32 7.32
Container 40FT Laden Per Unit 19.03 19.03 19.03 19.03
Vehicle Up to 15 CBM Per Unit 2.99 2.26 2.26 2.26
Vehicle 16 to 25 CBM Per Unit 5.27 4.11 4.11 4.11
Vehicle above 25 CBM Per Unit 8.81 6.63 6.63 6.63
Vehicle Trailer/Mafi Per Unit 19.40 10.67 10.67 10.67

Note: No Stevedoring charge for Liquid Bulk, but Wharfage rate of $2.12 per ton

OFFSHORE STEVEDORING CHARGES

FIND RATES BELOW AS APPLICABLE

TYPE OF OPERATION RATE PER TONNE NIMASA CHARGES
OFFSHORE DISCHARGE USD 19.8 0.5%
MIDSTREAM DISCHARGE USD 22.20 0.5%
BULK LIQUID USD 4.00 0.5%
LIQUIFIED NATURAL GAS USD 2.00 0.5%
ROYALTY FOR OIL & GAS OPERATION NGN 380.00/tone or USD equivalent for Offshore operations 0.5%
EXTRA SERVICES (OFFSHORE) USD 150.00/Shift 0.5%
EXTRA SERVICES (ONSHORE):
FRIDAY LABOUR (NGN) STEVEDORING (NGN) NIMASA
2230 – 0630     (8hrs) 2935.19 1361.23 0.5%
1930 – 0730     (12hrs) 4109.28 1905.72 0.5%
SATURDAY 0.5%
0730 – 1530  355.78/ (8hrs) 3130.86 1451.98 0.5%
0730 -1830                   (11hrs) 4304.94 1991.46 0.5%
1700 – 2230                 (7hrs) 2739.51 1270.48 0.5%
2230 – 0630                 (8hrs) 3978.85 1270.48 0.5%
0730 -1930                   (12hrs) 5674.75 2631.72 0.5%
1930 – 0730                 (12hrs) 5674.75 2177.96 0.5%
1530 – 1930                 (4hrs) 1565.43 725.99 0.5%
SUNDAY 0.5%
0730 – 1530 474.38/HR (8hrs) 4171.56 1935.99 0.5%
0730 – 1830                      (11hrs) 5739.99 2661.99 0.5%
1530 – 2230                      (7hrs) 3652.73 1693.99 0.5%
2230 – 0630                      (8hrs) 2478.64 1149.50 0.5%
1730 – 1930                      (12hrs) 6261.82 2903.89 0.5%
1930 – 0730                      (12hrs) 4305.00 1996.49 0.5%
PUBLIC HOLIDAY 0.5%
2230 – 0630 4174.54 1935.99 0.5%
1930 – 0730 6261.82 2903.89 0.5%
ORD PUBLIC HOLIDAY 0.5%
2230 – 0630 3783.14 1753.64 0.5%
1930 – 0730 6188.05 2903.95 0.5%
PUBLIC HOLIDAY – FRI – SAT 0.5%
2230 – 0630 33326.57 1542.73 0.5%
1930 – 0730 5283.37 2450.21 0.5%

*NOTE:

  • Where charges are assessed in Gross Weight, a tonne shall mean 1000kg and where charges are assessed by measurement weight, a tonne shall mean 1cbm. Authority adopts the KG or CBM whichever is higher.
  • Royalty payment for Oil & Gas Operations is not applicable to downstream petroleum products.

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION LEVY (EPL) USD

UNIT/TONNAGE X RATE

FIND RATES BELOW AS APPLICABLE

Cargo Type Unit/ Rates
Tonnage  
General Cargo Per Ton USD 0.10
Liquid Bulk Per Ton USD 0.10
Dry Bulk Per Ton USD 0.10
Container 20FT Laden Per Unit USD 3.63
Container 40FT Laden Per Unit USD 7.68
Vehicle Up to 15 CBM Per Unit USD 2.25
Vehicle 16 to 25 CBM Per Unit USD 2.25
Vehicle above 25 CBM Per Unit USD 2.25
Vehicle Trailer/Mafi Per Unit USD 2.25

MARITIME ORGANIZATION OF WEST AND CENTRAL AFRICA (MOWCA)

    UNIT/TONNAGE X RATE

FIND RATES BELOW AS APPLICABLE

Cargo Type Unit/ Tonnage Rates
General Cargo Per Ton USD 0.10
Dry Bulk Per Ton USD 0.10
Container 20FT Laden Per Unit USD 2.00
Container 40FT Laden Per Unit USD 4.00
Vehicle Up to 15 CBM Per Unit USD 1.00
Vehicle 16 to 25 CBM Per Unit USD 2.00
Vehicle above 25 CBM Per Unit USD 3.00
Vehicle Trailer/Mafi Per Unit USD 3.00
  •  Note: MOWCA- special levy collected by the Authority on behalf of member countries. (Does not constitute revenue for the Authority)

WHARFAGE (NGN)

UNIT/TONNAGE X RATE

FIND RATE BELOW AS APPLICABLE

TYPE OF CARGO RATE UNIT OF MEASUREMENT
All Cargo Type (Import) N13.00 Per Ton
All Cargo Type (Export) N3.50 Per Ton

Note: Wharfage is collected on Cargo Passing through or over the Berth or Wharf of the Authority.
Applicable standard weight for unitized items:

  • 20ft Container – 36.32 M/T
  • 40ft Container – 76.81M/T
  • Vehicle:
    1. Up to 15 CBM – (15M/T)
    2. 16 to 25 CBM – (25M/T)
    3. Above 25 CBM – (119M/T)
    4. Trailer/Mafi – (120M/T)

FACILITY CHARGE (NGN)
UNIT/TONNAGE X RATE

FIND RATE BELOW AS APPLICABLE

TYPE OF CARGO RATE UNIT OF MEASURMENT
All Cargo Type (Import) N7.50 Per Ton
All Cargo Type (Export) N2.50 Per Ton

Note: Facility Charge is Charged on all Cargo Type passing through Appropriated Areas and Private Jetties. </ br> Applicable standard weight for unitized items:

  • 20ft Container – 36.32 M/T
  • 40ft Container – 76.81M/T
  • Vehicle:
    1. Up to 15 CBM – (15M/T)
    2. 16 to 25 CBM – (25M/T)
    3. Above 25 CBM – (119M/T)
    4. Trailer/Mafi – (120M/T)

 PORT PIER (NGN)
UNIT/TONNAGE X RATE

FIND RATE BELOW AS APPLICABLE:

TYPE OF CARGO RATE UNIT OF MEASURMENT
IMPORT EXPORT
All Cargo Type N22.00 N14.00 Per Ton

</ br> Note: Port Pier Is Charged On Cargo at Private Jetties </ br>Applicable standard weight for unitized items:

  • 20ft Container – 36.32 M/T
  • 40ft Container – 76.81M/T
  • Vehicle:
    1. Up to 15 CBM – (15M/T)
    2. 16 to 25 CBM – (25M/T)
    3. Above 25 CBM – (119M/T)
    4. Trailer/Mafi – (120M/T)

CONTINGENCY DEPOSIT
FIND RATES BELOW AS APPLICABLE:

RATE AT CONCESSION AREA
TYPE OF CARGO/VESSEL APPLICABLE % REVENUE TYPE
General Cargo 2% Harbour Dues + EPL + Berth Rent
Dry Bulk Cargo 2% Harbour Dues + EPL + Berth Rent
Liquid Bulk Cargo 2% Harbour Dues + EPL + Berth Rent
Vehicle 2% Harbour Dues + EPL + Berth Rent
Container 2% Harbour Dues + EPL + Berth Rent
RATE AT PRIVATE JETTY
TYPE OF CARGO/VESSEL APPLICABLE % REVENUE TYPE
General Cargo 5% Harbour Dues + EPL
Dry Bulk Cargo 5% Harbour Dues + EPL
Liquid Bulk Cargo 5% Harbour Dues + EPL
Vehicle 5% Harbour Dues + EPL
CONTAINER 5% Harbour Dues + EPL
RATE AT NPA AREA
TYPE OF CARGO/VESSEL APPLICABLE % REVENUE TYPE
General Cargo 10% Cargo Dues + Berth Rent
Dry Bulk Cargo 10% Cargo Dues + Berth Rent
Liquid Bulk Cargo 5% Cargo Dues + Berth Rent
Vehicle 5% Cargo Dues + Berth Rent
Container 5% Cargo Dues + Berth Rent
RATE AT APPROPRIATED AREA
TYPE OF CARGO/VESSEL APPLICABLE % REVENUE TYPE
General Cargo 5% Cargo Dues + Berth Rent
Dry Bulk Cargo 5% Cargo Dues + Berth Rent
Liquid Bulk Cargo 5% Cargo Dues + Berth Rent
Vehicle 5% Cargo Dues + Berth Rent
Container 5% Cargo Dues + Berth Rent
RATE AT MIDSTREAM
TYPE OF CARGO/VESSEL APPLICABLE % REVENUE TYPE
General Cargo 5% Harbour Dues + EPL
Dry Bulk Cargo 5% Harbour Dues + EPL
Liquid Bulk Cargo 5% Harbour Dues + EPL
Vehicle 5% Harbour Dues + EPL
Container 5% Harbour Dues + EPL

Note: Contingency Deposit is a refundable deposit and does not constitute part of the Authority’s revenue

VALUE ADDED TAX

  • VAT shall apply on the total of all the Import revenue line/items and services rendered by the Authority. However, VAT is not applicable to Export.

NIGERIAN LIQUIFIED NATURAL GAS (NLNG) OPERATION (USD/NGN)

FIND RATES BELOW AS APPLICABLE

TYPE OF CARGO TYPES OF DUES RATE UNIT OF MEASURMENT
NLNG Harbour Dues USD 3.68 Per Ton
NLNG Ship Dues USD 1.19 Per Ton
NLNG Environmental Protection Levy USD 0.10 Per Ton
NLNG Port Pier NGN 14.00 Per Ton
  • Note: The rate of $1.19 is a discounted rate from $1.28, where the rate of $0.03 and $0.065 for Refuse and Bilge collection respectively are excluded from the Ship Dues, pending the provision of Waste Management facility in Bonny.

NIGERIAN NATIONAL PETROLEUM CORPORATION (NNPC OPERATIONS)

FIND RATE BELOW AS APPLICABLE

TYPE OF CARGO TYPES OF DUES RATE UNIT OF MEASURMENT
Liquid Bulk Ship Dues: Foreign USD 1.28 Per GRT
Liquid Bulk Ship Dues: TWA USD 0.62 Per GRT
Liquid Bulk Ship Dues:  Coastal USD 0.44 Per GRT
Liquid Bulk Ship Dues: Shifting within same Pilotage District USD 0.07 X GRT + 250
Liquid Bulk Ship Dues: Second Port of Call on Same Voyage and call to repair yard. USD 0.938 X GRT + 250
Liquid Bulk Ship Dues: Towage:  1 – 200 LOA USD 2000 Per Tug/Movement
Liquid Bulk Ship Dues: Towage:   201 – 250 LOA USD 2500 Per Tug/Movement
Liquid Bulk Ship Dues: Towage:   251 – 300 LOA USD 3500 Per Tug/Movement
Liquid Bulk Ship Dues:  Towage:  Above 300 LOA USD 5000 Per Tug/Movement
Liquid Bulk Cargo Dues: NPA Area USD 5.80 Per Ton
Liquid Bulk Harbour  Dues: Private Jetty USD 3.68 Per Ton
Liquid Bulk Harbour Dues: Concession Area USD 1.89 Per Ton
Liquid Bulk Cargo Dues: Single Buoy Mooring (SBM) USD 1.21 + 150 Per Ton
Liquid Bulk Environmental Protection Levy (EPL) USD 0.10 Per Ton
Liquid Bulk Berth Rent USD 2.00 x LOA Per Day
Liquid Bulk Contingency Deposit: NPA Area 5% Cargo Dues + Berth Rent
Liquid Bulk Contingency Deposit: Private Jetty 5% Harbour Dues + EPL
Liquid Bulk Contingency Deposit: Concession Area 2% Harbour Dues + EPL + Berth Rent
Liquid Bulk Port Pier: Import (Private Jetty Only) NGN 22.00 Per Ton
Liquid Bulk Port Pier: Export (Private Jetty Only) NGN 14.00 Per Ton
Liquid Bulk Wharfage (NPA Jetty) NGN 13.00 Per Ton
Liquid Bulk Facility Charge: Appropriated Area NGN 7.50 Per Ton

OIL TERMINAL DUES AND COMPULSORY PILOTAGE ROYALTY (OTD & CPR)

FIND RATE BELOW AS APPLICABLE

OIL TERMINAL DUES
TYPE OF VESSEL UNIT OF MEASUREMENT RATES ($)
All Types Per Barrel USD 0.034

Note: Oil Terminal Dues (OTD) is Collected At Offshore Oil Terminals across all the Pilotage Districts in the Ports

COMPULSORY PILOTAGE ROYALTY
TYPE OF VESSEL UNIT OF MEASUREMENT RATES ($)
0 – 100,000 Dead  Weight Dead Weight USD 6,800
100,000 – 200,000 Dead Weight Dead Weight USD 10,200
200,000 & Above Dead Weight Dead Weight USD 13,600

Note: Compulsory Pilotage Royalty (CPR) is Charged/Collected on Offshore Tanker Vessels at the Oil Terminals across all The Pilotage District in the Ports

MARINE SALVAGE OPERATIONS BY NIGERIAN PORTS AUTHORITY

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SERVICE DESCRIPTION RATE (USD) UNIT OF MEASUREMENT
Attending to other moves within the Port USD 600.00 Per Tug/Move
Assisting anchored ship to turn around USD 600.00 Per Tug/Move
Towage of ship outside the bar to berth USD 600.00 Per Tug/Move
For hourly delay of Tug by ship USD 400.00 Per Tug/Hour
Delay of Pilot USD 400.00 Per Tug/Hour

TOWAGE OPERATION AND TUG DELAY

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SERVICE DESCRIPTION UNIT OF MEASUREMENT
Offshore Towing of stranded Vessel : 1 – 200 LOA USD 600 Per Tug/Hour
Offshore Towing of stranded Vessel: 201 – 250 LOA USD 1,000 Per Tug/Hour
Offshore Towing of stranded Vessel: 251 – 300 LOA USD 1,200 Per Tug/Hour
Offshore Towing of stranded Vessel: Above 300 USD 1,500 Per Tug/Hour
Harbour Towing of Stranded Vessel: 1 – 200 LOA USD 800 Per Tug/Hour
Harbour Towing of Stranded Vessel: 201 – 250 LOA USD 1,200 Per Tug/Hour
Harbour Towing of Stranded Vessel: 251 – 300 LOA USD 1,400 Per Tug/Hour
Harbour Towing of Stranded Vessel: Above 300 LOA USD 1,700 Per Tug/Hour
Port/Dock to Port/Dock towing : 1 – 200 LOA USD 600 Per Tug/Hour
Port/Dock to Port/Dock towing : 201 – 250 LOA USD 800 Per Tug/Hour
Port/Dock to Port/Dock towing : 251 – 300 LOA USD 800 Per Tug/Hour
Port/Dock to Port/Dock towing: Above 300 LOA USD 1,200 Per Tug/Hour
Ungrounding- of vessel: 1 – 250 LOA USD 5,600 Per Attendance
Ungrounding- of vessel: Above 250 LOA USD 7,200 Per Attendance
Harbour Salvage of sunken vessel: 1 – 250 LOA USD 10,000 Per Attendance
Harbour Salvage of sunken vessel: 251 – 300 LOA USD 12,000 Per Attendance
Harbour Salvage of sunken vessel: Above 300 LOA USD 14,000 Per Attendance
Offshore Salvage of sunken vessel: 1 – 250 LOA USD 15,000 Per Attendance
Offshore Salvage of sunken vessel: Above 250 LOA USD 18,000 Per Attendance
Harbour Battery Jumpstart USD 2,500 Per Attendance
Offshore Battery Jumpstart USD 4,000 Per Attendance
Harbour Delivery of Fuel (to sustain movement) USD 2,500 + price of fuel Per Attendance
Offshore Delivery of Fuel (to sustain movement) USD 4,500 + price of fuel Per Attendance
Mobile Offshore Drilling Unit (MODU) Salvage USD 5,000 Per Tug/Hour
Diving Service USD 600 Per Hour or part thereof

FIRE SERVICES

FIND RATE BELOW AS APPLICABLE

SERVICE DESCRIPTION RATE (USD) UNIT OF MEASUREMENT
Hire of Fire appliances within the Port Per attendance USD 130 Per Operative/Shift/Day
Hire of Fire Pump Per attendance within the Port USD 130 Per Operative/shift/day
Hire of Fire Appliances with chemical foam compound for attendance within the Port USD 195 Per Operative/shift/day
Fire Coverage for hot work on vessel USD 195 Per Operative/shift/day
Fire Fighting (attendance to emergency call) N/A Humanitarian Service/ Corporate Responsibility
Standby during discharge of Petroleum Products and other dangerous chemicals USD 65 Per Operative/shift/day
Hire of Fire Pumps within the Port USD 130 Per Operative/shift/day
Hire of Fire Pumps with chemical foam compound USD 195 Per Operative/shift/day
Fire Services on Sunday/Public holidays within the Port Cost/Rate + 50% Per Attendance
Fire coverage on containers per day within the Port NGN 100/unit subject to a maximum of 20% of rent Per Attendance
Fire protection on vehicles at park NGN 250 per vehicle for all categories of vehicles Per Attendance
Fire coverage on General Cargo per day within Port NGN 500 per B/L subject to maximum of 20% of rent Per Bill of Laden (B/L)
Fire Compliance Certificate (Terminal) NGN 40,700 Annually
Fire Compliance Certificate (Vessel/Craft) NGN 10,700 Per Vessel/Craft
Fire Compliance Certificate (Jetty/Tank Farm) NGN 30,700 Annually
Request for Certified True Copy of Fire Incidence Report NGN 10,000 Per Request

NOTE: Fire Compliance Certificate is Renewable Annually from 1st January of every year.

HIRE OF AMBULANCE

FIND RATE BELOW AS APPLICABLE

DESCRIPTION RATE (USD) UNIT OF MEASUREMENT
Hire of Ambulance USD 500 Per Trip
  • Note: Charged in Naira at the Prevailing Exchange Rate

ESCORT OF DANGEROUS/HARZARDOUS CARGO

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SERVICE DESCRIPTION RATE (USD) UNIT OF MEASUREMENT
Port operation USD 130 Per Agent
At Night USD 195 Per Agent
Fire Compliance Certificate USD 30,000 Per Port Operator

REMARK: Escort shall be within Port city limits

AUCTION
FIND RATE BELOW AS APPLICABLE

SERVICE DESCRIPTION RATE (NGN) UNIT OF MEASUREMENT
Documentation Fee NGN 700 Per Unit/Beneficiary
NPA Delivery Charge for Vehicles NGN 70,000 Per Unit/Beneficiary
NPA Delivery Charge for General Cargo NGN 100,000 Per Slot/Beneficiary
NPA Delivery Charge for 20ft Container NGN 150,000 Per Unit/Beneficiary
NPA Delivery Charge for 40ft Container NGN 250,000 Per Unit/Beneficiary

FRESH WATER (USD)

FIND RATE BELOW AS APPLICABLE

DESCRIPTION RATE (USD) UNIT OF MEASUREMENT
By NPA at Berth USD 10 Per ton
At Midstream USD 15 Per ton
Untreated water by NPA at Berth USD 5 Per ton
Untreated water by NPA at Midstream USD 10 Per ton

BUNKERING (USD/NGN)

FIND RATE BELOW AS APPLICABLE

TYPE OF VESSEL RATE UNIT OF MEASUREMENT
TWA/COASTAL NGN 13.00 (Royalty) Per ton
Foreign USD 1.21 Per ton
Towage of Barge USD 925.60 (In & Out)
Annual Conservancy (For Barges 1 – 50 GRT)
On Domestic Trade
USD 500.00 Annually
Annual Conservancy (For Barges Above 50 GRT) On Domestic Trade USD 1,500.00 Annually
Registration for Bunkering License NGN 100,000 One-off
Renewal of Bunkering License NGN 100,000 Annually

BARGE OPERATION

FIND RATE BELOW AS APPLICABLE

TYPE OF VESSEL RATE UNIT OF MEASUREMENT
Movement of Barge within same Pilotage District Not Applicable (Classified as Domestic Trade)
Towage of Barge (Non Self-propelled) USD 925.60 (In & Out)
Towage of Barge (Self-propelled) Not Applicable
Pilotage Exemption Certificate for Barge Operation NGN 40,000 Per Pilot/District
Annual Conservancy (For Barges 1 – 50 GRT)
On Domestic Trade
USD 500.00 Annually
Annual Conservancy (For Barges Above 50 GRT)
On Domestic Trade
USD 1,500.00 Annually
Registration for Barge Operation/License NGN 100,000 Annually
Renewal of Registration for Barge Operation/License NGN 100,000 Annually

WEIGHING CHARGES (NGN)

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DESCRIPTION RATE UNIT OF MEASUREMENT
Export using NPA Scale NGN 33.00 Per Ton
Without NPA Scale NGN 23.00 Per Ton
Import on Special Request NGN 9.00 Per Ton
Import/Export through Weigh Bridge NGN 46.00 Per Ton

OTHER GENERAL (MISCELLANEOUS) CHARGES (USD/NGN)
FIND RATE BELOW AS APPLICABLE

SERVICE DESCRIPTION RATE
(NGN &USD)
UNIT OF MEASUREMENT
Registration of Shipping Company NGN200,000 Per Agent/Company
Registration of Service Boat Operator NGN100,000 Per Agent
Registration of Chandlers NGN 50,000 Per Chandler
Registration as Towage Service Provider NGN 100,000 Per Agent/Company
Registration of Custom Licensed Agent NGN 25,000 Per Agent
Pilotage Exemption Certificate (PEC) NGN 40,000 Per Vessel / Pilotage District
Renewal of Registration for Shipping Company NGN100,000 Per Agent/Company
Registration of Barge Operation NGN100,000 Per Agent
Renewal as Service Boat Operator NGN100,000 Per Agent
Renewal of Chandlers NGN 30,000 Per Chandler
Renewal of Custom Licensed Agent NGN 5,000 Per Agent
Renewal of Pilotage Exemption Certificate (PEC) NGN 40,000 Per Vessel / Pilotage District
Registration for Bunkering License NGN 100,000 Per Agent/Company
Renewal of Bunkering License NGN100,000 Per Agent/Company
Renewal of Barge Operation NGN100,000 Per Agent/Company
Application for Electronic Ship Entry Notice (e-SEN) NGN1,000 Per e-SEN
Request for Additional/Amendment on e-SEN NGN5,000 Per e-SEN
Request for Part Discharge Certificate NGN5,000 Per Vessel
Request for Change of Port Desired NGN5,000 Per Vessel
Request for Transfer of Agency NGN5,000 Per Vessel/Agent
Standard Bid Document NGN10,000 Per Bid Document
Towing Of Vehicle NGN25,000 Per Vehicle
Illegal/Unauthorized Entry by Master of Vessel/Agent (1st Involvement) USD3,000 Per Vessel/Pilotage District
Illegal/Unauthorized Entry by Master of Vessel/Agent (2nd Involvement) USD 100% surcharge Per Vessel/Pilotage District
Illegal/Unauthorized Entry by Master of Vessel/Agent (3rd Involvement) Prosecution and Seizure of Vessel/Craft
Documentation Fee NGN 700 Per Document/Invoice
Electricity/Water Bill for local operators (NGN) As may be determined by Engineering Department at the location
Surcharge for Damage to NPA Property (NGN) As may be determined by Engineering Department at the location
Fresh Water supply to Vessels USD10.00 per ton measurement determined by Engineering Department at the location
Supply by Ship Chandlers NGN 13.00 Per Supply ton/Unit ton
Towing of Trucks NGN 25,000 Per Truck
Overnight Parking in Truck Terminal NGN 1,000 Per Truck (Daily)
Penalty for Parking of Truck in Common User Area NGN 25,000 Per Truck
Failure to exit Port One (1) Hour after Terminal Clearance NGN 10,000 Per Truck (Daily)
Truck Terminal Access Delay NGN 10,000 Per Truck (Daily)
Failure to provide (specified) Functional Weighbridgel NGN 50,000 Per Truck (Daily)
Minimum Safety Standard for Trucks NGN 10,000 Per Truck (Annually)
Renewal for Minimum Safety Standard for Trucks NGN 10,000 Per Truck (Annually)
Loss Of ID Card NGN 500 Per Head/Personnel
Clamping Of Vehicle NGN 25,000 Per Vehicle
Clamping of Motorcycle & Tricycle NGN 10,000 Per Motorcycle/Tricycle
Car Sticker NGN 10,000 Per Vehicle
Unauthorized Access to the Port without Port Pass NGN 10,000
Temporary Port Pass NGN 2,000
Permanent Port Pass for One (1) year NGN 5,000
Urinating and Defecating in Non-Designated Areas NGN 10,000
Use and Sale of Alcohol and Cigarette NGN 10,000
Use and Sale of Hard Drugs in Port Premises NGN 50,000 and Prosecution
Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) NGN 500 Per Vehicle

Note:

  • All Permits, Licenses and Certificates are renewable annually and its validity spans within a conventional Calender Year of 1st January to 31st December of every year.
  • Invoices/Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) Numbers are to be generated in Tariff and Billing Department of each port location or the Corporate Headquarters, Marina, and payment made online or at designated banks.
  • Agencies or Organizations requesting Permits, Licenses or Certificates are to liaise with the issuing Departments or its representatives from NPA to facilitate the processing.
DUES APPLICABLE TO LOCAL TRAWLERS (USD/NGN)

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DESCRIPTION RATE (USD & NGN) UNIT OF MEASUREMENT
Cargo Dues USD 1.6 x Exchange Rate Per ton
Wharfage NGN 13.00 Per ton
Facility charge NGN 7.50 Per ton
Port Pier NGN 22 Per ton
Documentation NGN 700 Per Doc/Invoice
Annual Ship Dues USD 0.93 x Exchange Rate GRT
Pilotage Exemption  Certificate (PEC) for the Master
Issuance of Pilotage Exemption  Certificate (PEC) NGN 40,000 Per Pilot/District
Annual Renewal of Pilotage Exemption Certificate (PEC) NGN 40,000 Per Pilot/District

DUES FOR PASSENGER/FERRY BOAT OPERATIONS (USD/NGN)

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CHARGES RATE (USD) UNIT OF MEASURMENT
Passenger Dues ( In) USD 6.54 x Exchange Rate Per Head
Passenger Dues ( Out) USD 6.54 x Exchange Rate Per Head
Cargo Dues As applicable to TWA Tariff
Annual Light Dues USD 0.95 Per GRT
Conservancy (In & Out) USD 0.138 Per GRT
Refuse/Garbage Collection USD 0.030 Per GRT
Bilge Collection USD 0.065 Per GRT

Note: Currently Messrs. Shoreline Logistics Limited collects the Cargo Dues of this operation on behalf of the Authority; the accrued revenue is shared between both parties.

PENALTY

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PENALTY RATE (USD) UNIT OF MEASURMENT
Amendment of Manifest Container/Roro/General Cargo USD 50 Per B/L
Additional Manifest Container/Roro/General Cargo USD 200 Per B/L
Additional Manifest for Homogenous Cargo USD 5,000 Per Vessel/Voyage
Late Submission of Manifest (Import & Export) USD 5,000 Per Vessel/Voyage
Under Declaration of Tonnages 100% Surcharge In excess of 10% of manifested quantity
Anchorage Dues USD 0.50 Per GRT/Day
Cancellation/Termination of Voyage USD 2,500 or 10 % of Provisional bill (whichever is higher) Per Vessel/Voyage

Note:

  • Penalty on additional manifest is chargeable on manifest submitted 24hours after the vessel has berthed.
  • Penalty on Late Submission of manifest shall apply if import manifest is submitted less than 48 hours before arrival of vessel.
  • Late Submission of Manifest shall apply to Export if  Export manifest is submitted 48 hours after departure of vessel.
  • It shall be the duty of the Port Manager in collaboration with the Terminal Operator to determine whether or not a vessel is lying idle or does not attain 40% productivity target.
  • Late submission of manifest (import) applies to only to cargoes loaded from port of origin of vessel. Cargoes loaded along the vessel route on the West Coast of Africa are excluded.
  • Claims over tonnage discrepancies, aborted/cancellation of ship voyage arising from operations shall be reported within 12 calender months after the departure of the vessel.

POLLUTION CONTROL

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PENALTY/FINES RATE UNIT OF MEASURMENT
Failure of any person in charge of a vessel to immediately notify NPA or its representatives of a discharge of oil or oil mixture within Nigerian territorial waters USD 2,000
Failure to make proper entries into Oil Record Book USD 1,000
Incorrect entries into Oil Record Book USD 2,000
Non-compliance with IMO 2020 Low Sulphur Regulation for a 0.50% global Sulphur cap USD 2,000
Minor pollution USD 15,000 + cost of clean up Covering an area up to 50m2
Major pollution USD 50,000 + cost of clean up Covering an area more than 50m2
Persistent discharge of contaminated ballast or oily water after this has been brought to the attention of the Master of the Ship, Duty Officer or Chief Engineer USD 5,000 + cost of clean up
Dumping of refuse into surrounding water USD 14,000 + cost of clean up
Wrong supply of information 100% surcharge 100% of the expected/computed value

ADDITIONAL PENALTY/FINES

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PENALTY/FINES RATE FURTHER ACTION RESPONSIBLE ENTITY
Indiscriminate stacking of cargo outside designated areas in the Terminals, within the ports and ports’ approaches A fine of NGN 500,000 Additional failure at compliance is subject to payment of ₦100,000.00 daily. Terminal Operator / Company concerned
Failure to install prevention and / or collection devices against cargo spills into the sea during loading and unloading into and from ships. A fine of NGN 500,000 Additional failure to install prevention and / or collection devices against cargoes spills during cargo loading / unloading into and from ships after initial warning attracts ₦200,000 per day Terminal Operator, Consignee of cargo,
Cargo Agency, Protective Agency and Ship Captain
Failure of cargo conveying trucks to be fitted with cargo spill prevention device to prevent spillages. A fine of NGN 200,000 Additional or recurring failures to comply are subject to the payment of ₦50,000.00 daily Terminal Operator, Consignee of cargo, Cargo Agency
Failure to maintain leak-proof underground / surface pipes for transfer of cargoes from ship to holding tanks inside Terminals by Terminal Operators, Companies within ports premises and Tank-farms / Jetty A fine of NGN 5,000,000 + cost of clean-up (see No. 14) Additional or recurring failures to comply are subject to the payment of ₦500,000.00 daily. Terminal Operator, Consignee of cargo, Cargo Agency
Failure to mark out and properly delineate hazardous cargo areas by the Terminal Operators / Companies within ports’ premises and on NPA – leased lands outside the ports’ premises A fine of NGN 500,000 Additional or recurring failures to comply are subject to the payment of ₦200,000.00 daily. Terminal Operator, Consignee of cargo, Cargo Agency
Failure to install air pollution prevention devices (e.g. Particulate Scrubbers, baghouse, Dust cyclones) in Factory air vents, exhausts or chimneys in the Terminals and Companies within the ports’ premises. A fine of NGN 500,000 Additional or recurring failures to comply are subject to the payment of ₦200,000.00 daily. Terminal Operator, Consignee of cargo, Cargo Agency
Storage of hazardous cargoes (e.g. gypsum, salt, cement clinker, Sulphur pellets) as open stockpiles on the ports floor by Company / Consignees of cargoes and Terminal Operators in the ports. A fine of NGN 500,000 Additional or recurring failures to comply are subject to the payment of ₦100,000.00 daily. Terminal Operator, Operator of Company/Consignee of cargo
Not carrying out Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) prior to the start of new projects, renovations or expansion of existing business venture within the ports and on NPA A fine of NGN 5,000,000 N/A Terminal Operator, Operator of Company
Not carrying out an Environmental Audit Report (EAR) every three years after the initial EIA as at when due. A fine of NGN 500,000 Further failure to comply attracts ₦200,000 after 6 (six) months of grace. While recurring failure is subject to punitive actions at the discretion of NPA’s Management. Terminal Operator, Operator of Company
Inadequate provision of holding containers for all categories of waste from factories in Terminals and Companies(e.g. Liquid wastes, Chemicals, fertilizer, wheat chaffs or other solids) by Terminal Operators / Companies in the ports. A fine of NGN 500,000 Further recurring failure to comply is subject to punitive fine of ₦100,000.00 daily. Terminal Operator, Operator of Company
Disposal of untreated factory waste waters (effluents), generators waste oil on the port floor, into the ports drainages and / or into the sea by Terminal Operators and Companies on the ports’ premises or leased-lands. A fine of
NGN 2,000,000 + costs of clean up (see Nos. 14)
Further recurring failure to comply is subject to punitive of ₦200,000.00 daily. Terminal Operator, Operator of Company
Costs of clean-up for tiers 1and 2 oil / chemical pollution or dump of refuse into the surrounding waters are determined by:

a) Costs of materials / equipment used for clean-up.
b) Cost of personnel used for clean-up operations.

Costs of materials, personnel, and hours used in clean-up to be determined by the prevailing circumstances. (ie. the nature of the incident, prices of equipment/materials, and damages on the same). N/A
Damage to the aesthetics structure of the shore and sea environments, and the aquatic animals such as Seals, Penguins, Seabirds, fishes and coastal animals, etc. dependent on the water within the area affected. 75% of the cost incurred in US dollars per square meter of the area.
Cost of re-mediation of area impacted by the pollution (cost in US Dollars). 100% of the cost in US Dollars of the materials used per the period (in days, months, and years) expended to effect re-mediation of the impacted area
Lost revenue if a port or terminal is forced to shut down for days or weeks due to environmental release of toxic gases (such as benzene, naphthalene) arising from some or all of its operations. To include the Estimated lost revenue both in local and foreign currencies by the port plus the cost of clean-up and remediation (e.g. estimated daily revenue for LPC in the first quarter of 2017 was ₦5,861,390.13 and $45,516.55 respectively. These figures are multiplied by the number of days the port was shut down + the cost of clean-up and remediation). (It is subject to change as the revenue changes/quarter/year). Recurring closures of the ports due to such toxic releases are subject punitive actions based on the Management of NPA discretions Terminal Operator, Operator of Company
Carrying out ship maintenance, painting and repairs without the official notification and involvement of the Environment Department of the Ports Authority A fine of NGN 1,000,000 Further recurring failure to comply is subject to payment of ₦200,000.00 daily. Protective Ship Agent, Captain of Ship and Terminal/Private Jetty
Carrying out ship bunkering without the official notification of the Environment Department of the Ports Authority to monitor against pollution. A fine of NGN 2,000,000 Further recurring failure to comply is subject to payment of additional ₦200,000.00 Protective Ship Agent, Captain of Ship and Terminal/Private Jetty
Carrying out ship bunkering and pollution of the marine Fines as in Nos 4, 5 and 7 above respectively. Further recurring failure to comply is subject to payment of charges as in referred Nos.
Protective Ship Agent, Captain of Ship and Terminal/Private Jetty
Non-segregation of garbage into the different categories by ships as stipulated by MARPOL 73/78 Convention, Annex V, Regulation 9 A fine of USD 2,000 Further recurring failure to comply is subject to punitive actions based on NPA Management’s discretion. Protective Ship Agent, Captain of Ship and Terminal/Private Jetty
Use of incinerator by ships in the ports and jetties (MARPOL 73/78) Annex VI. A fine of USD 10,000 Further recurring failure to comply is subject to payment of USD 1,000 daily. Protective Ship Agent, Captain of Ship and Terminal/Private Jetty
Non-installation of scrubbers or other air pollution prevention device in ships’ exhausts for ships calling at the ports, jetties, and offshore Terminals in compliance with the demands of the Regulations of Annex VI of MARPOL 73/78 Convention. A fine of USD 10,000 Further recurring failure to comply is subject to payment of $1000 in addition. Protective Ship Agent, Captain of Ship and Terminal/Private Jetty
Discharge of cleaning agents or additives used in washing cargo tanks and ship decks into the sea instead of Ports’ Reception Facilities by ships in ports, jetties and Offshore terminals (MARPOL 73/78 Convention Annex II A fine of USD 50,000 Further recurring failure to comply is subject to payment of USD 2,000 in addition. Protective Ship Agent, Captain of Ship and Terminal/Private Jetty
Discharge of comminuted and disinfected sewage into the sea by ships in ports, jetties and other parts of the Pilotage Districts less than 3 nautical miles from the nearest land (MARPOL Annex IV, Regulations 9.2, 9.3; A fine of USD 100,000 Further recurring failure to comply is subject to payment of USD 5,000 in addition.
Discharge of non-comminuted and non-disinfected sewage into the sea by ships at a distance of less than 12 nautical miles from the nearest land is in contravention of MARPOL Annex IV, Regulation 9.3; 11.1; A fine of USD 100,000 Further recurring failure to comply is subject to payment of USD 5,000 in addition. Protective Ship Agent, Captain of Ship and Terminal/Private Jetty
Discharge of untreated Ballast water into the sea within the Four Pilotage Districts and outside of the NPA’s Exchange Area (IMO’s Ballast Water Management Convention, 2004). A fine of USD 20,000 Further recurring failure to comply is subject to payment of $1000 in addition.

PENALTY AND FINE FOR NON-COMPLIANCE TO OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH STANDARD

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PENALTY RATE UNIT OF MEASURMENT
COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATE:

  • Adequate Toilet Facility
  • Suitable Canteen and Kitchenettes
  • Conducive Offices
  • Welfare Facilities
  • Maintenance/Housekeeping
NGN 50,000 Annually
Non-Occupational Health Compliance NGN 500,000 Shutting Down of premises for One (1) month if no improvement in compliance status
Inadequate Number of Trained First Aiders NGN 50,000 Shutting Down of premises for One (1) month if no improvement in compliance status
Lack of First Aid Boxes NGN 100,000 Shutting Down of premises for One (1) month if no improvement in compliance status
Inadequate Number of Trained First Aiders NGN 50,000 Shutting Down of premises for One (1) month if no improvement in compliance status
Poorly Stocked First Aid Box NGN 25,000 Shutting Down of premises for One (1) month if no improvement in compliance status
Violation to Occupational Hygiene Measurements:

  • Noise, Dust
  • Fumes (Co)
  • Smoke/Exhaust
  • Radiation
NGN 1,000,000 Shutting Down of premises for One (1) month if no improvement in compliance status
Non-availability of Occupational Personal Protection Wears on the known Hazards NGN 250,000 Shutting Down of premises for One (1) month if no improvement in compliance status
Non-availability of Canteen NGN 50,000 Shutting Down of premises for One (1) month if no improvement in compliance status
Non-certification or lack of Health Surveillance for the food handlers NGN 150,000 Shutting Down of premises for One (1) month if no improvement in compliance status
Non-Conducive Offices, Lack of Welfare Facilities NGN 500,000 Shutting Down of premises for One (1) month if no improvement in compliance status
Poor Maintenance/Housekeeping, Lack of toilets NGN 500,000 Shutting Down of premises for One (1) month if no improvement in compliance status
Inadequate Toilet Facility NGN 150,000 Shutting Down of premises for One (1) month if no improvement in compliance status

Note: Compliance Certificate is Renewable Annually from 1st January of every year

PROCESSING FEE FOR PERMITS (HYDROGRAPHY)

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TYPE OF PERMIT FEE PERIOD
Permit To Survey NGN 150,000 Annually
Permit To Drill Offshore/Onshore NGN 300,000 Annually
Permit To Sand Win/Sand NGN 450,000 Annually
Permit To Dredge NGN 450,000 Annually
Permit To Lay Pipe NGN 450,000 Annually
Oil Pipeline License NGN 450,000 Annually

TARIFF FOR COMPULSORY PILOTAGE RATES

(CHARGES NOTICE 001/004, 2014) ON:

  • SERVICE BOATS MOVEMENT
  • RIGS
  • TUGS
  • WORK BARGES (ALL OF 10 GT AND ABOVE)
DISTRICT A – CALABAR ZONE RATES ($)
Calabar port to QIT/Eket Terminal or Vice Versa 1.00
Offshore to QIT/Eket Terminal or Vice Versa 0.62
Calabar Fairway to Calabar Port 0.916
Offshore to Ikot Abasi or Vice Versa 0.62
DISTRICT B – PORT HARCOURT RATES ($)
Port Harcourt to Aker Base or Vice Versa 0.304
Port Harcourt to Pelfaco/Modant/Nissco Jetty and Choba or Vice Versa 0.304
Port Harcourt to Amadi Jetty or Vice versa 0.20
Port Harcourt to Onne 0.304
Port Harcourt to Kidney Island 0.48
Onne to Soku or Vice Versa 0.344
Onne to Magcobar Jetty or Vice Versa 0.22
Onne to Aker Base or Vice Versa 0.42
Offshore to Brass Terminal or Vice Versa 0.57
Bonny Fairway to Bonny Town 0.40
Bonny to Port Harcourt 0.48
Port Harcourt to Okrika 0.30
Bonny to Okrika 0.46
Bonny to Onne 0.42
Bonny to Dawes Island 0.36
Dawes Island to Okirka 0.20
Dawes Island to Port Harcourt 0.304
Bonny to Abonema 0.83
Onne to Amadi Jetty or Vice Versa 0.344
Offshore to Yenagoa or Vice Versa 0.57
Bonny to Dawas Island 0.36
Abuloma to Dawes Island 0.20
Dawes Island to Abuloma 0.20
Abuloma to Port Harcourt 0.20
Port Harcourt to Abuloma 0.20
Kidney Island  to Dawes Island 0.30
Dawes Island to Kidney Island 0.30
Kidney Island Jetty to Bonny or vice versa 0.48
DISTRICT C – WARRI ZONE RATES ($)
ABO/NPA AND VICE VERSA 0.97
ABULOMA PHC/NPA AND VICE VERSA 1.75
AGGE/NPA/OGUNU AND VICE VERSA 1.96
AGHORD/NPA/OGUNU AND VICE VERSA 1.96
AGIP/NPA AND VICE VERSA 0.33
AJAPA/NPA AND VICE VERSA 0.97
AJUJU/NPA/OGUNU AND VICE VERSA 1.30
ALADJA/NPA/DBN AND VICE VERSA 0.65
ARCO/NORTH BANK AND VICE VERSA 0.99
ARCO/NPA/CHEVRON 0.65
B+B/NPA AND VICE VERSA 0.33 0.33
BAROID/NPA AND VICE VERSA 0.33
BAROID/NPA/CHEVRON AND VICE VERSA 0.65
BAROID/NPA/OGUNU AND VICE VERSA 0.55
BATAN/NPA/ELF AND VICE VERSA 1.30

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DISTRICT D – LAGOS ZONE RATES ($)
Lagos Fairway to Lagos Port Complex 0.34
Lagos Fairway to Tincan Island and Beyond 0.42
Lagos Fairway to Naval Dockyard and Vice Versa 0.34
Lagos Fairway to Atlas Cove and Vice Versa 0.34
Lagos Fairway to Eko Support and Vice Versa 0.32
Lagos Fairway to Apapa 1-14 and Vice versa 0.34
Lagos Fairway to BOP, NOJ, PWA and Vice Versa 0.34
Lagos Fairway to Ijora and Vice Versa 0.34
Lagos Fairway to Marina Jetty and Vice Versa 0.34
Lagos Fairway to LADOL and Vice Versa 0.30
Lagos Fairway to Apapa 15 to 21 Vice Versa 0.34
Lagos Fairway to Dangote to Vice Versa 0.62
Lagos Fairway to Standard Flour Mill, Lister, Nispan and Vice Versa 0.34
Lagos Fairway to Tin Can 1-5 and Vice Versa 0.40
Lagos Fairway to Tin Can 6-10 and Vice Versa 0.40
Lagos Fairway to MRS Jetty and Vice Versa 0.41
Lagos Fairway to Tin Can 12, Ibafon, Capital, Integrated D’ jones and Vice Versa 0.42
Lagos Fairway to Niger Dockyard and Vice Versa 0.52
Lagos Fairway to KLT I and Vice Versa 0.48
Lagos Fairway to KLT II and Vice Versa 0.42
Lagos Fairway to Dangote 0.32
Lagos Fairway to Lekki Free Trade Zone and Vice Versa 0.42
Lekki Free Trade Zone to NPA HQ and Vice Versa 0.42
Naval Dockyard to Eko Support and Vice Versa 0.24
Eko Support to Ladol and Vice Versa 0.20
Eko Support to Nigerdock and Vice Versa 0.24
Nigerdock to KLT I, II and Vice Versa 0.20
Marina Jetty to Nigerdock and Vice Versa 0.28
OTHER CHARGES APPLICABLE TO ALL PILOTAGE DISTRICTS
Light Dues USD2.18 per GT
Additional charges to the above for Pilotage to Dry Docks and other Ship Repair Yards USD160.89 per Voyage
Garbage Scavenging USD160.89 per Voyage
Passenger Charge USD10.00 per Head
Optional Services – Saturdays/Sundays/Public Holidays USD579.20 per Vessel/Movement
Overtime – Late Movement (1600 Hrs to 0730 Hrs) USD675.73 per Movement
Conservancy Dues USD5.08 per Total Chargeable Tonnage (In & Out)
Footage Dues 17.68% of Pilotage Charges only
Administrative Charge 20% of Footage Dues

Note:

  • Light Dues: 100% for the first 12 inward calls per port, thereafter 50% rate per port shall apply for subsequent calls within a calendar year.
  • Chargeable Tonnage as stated in Compulsory Pilotage service;
  • GT = Gross Tonnage
  • FOB = Fuel on Board Vessel/Boat
  • COB = Cargo on Board Vessel/Boat

PENALTY

      1. False/Non Declaration of FOB shall attract USD500.00 per Vessel
      2. False/Non Declaration of GT shall attract USD1,000.00 per Vessel
      3. False/Non Declaration of both FOB and GT shall attract USD2,500.00 per Vessel
      4. False/Non Declaration of Passengers on Board shall attract USD1,500.00
SHIP-TO–SHIP/SHIP-TO-RIG (STS/STR) OPERATIONS

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CAHRGES RATE UNIT OF MEASUREMENT
(i) Ship Dues: 0.633 X GRT + 925.60 (As tabulated below)
Mooring USD 0.198 GRT
Light Dues USD 0.34 GRT
Refuse Collection USD 0.03 GRT
Bilge Collection USD 0.065 GRT
Total USD 0.633 GRT
Towage Towage Not Applicable
(ii) Cargo Dues (As tabulated below)
Midstream Discharge USD 1.21 Per ton (As approved by HMOT)
EPL USD 0.10 Per ton
Facility Charge NGN 7.50 Per ton

Note:

  • Rates in schedule shall be paid by the “Mother Vessel”
  • If the “Mother Vessel” calls/enters the Port with the Remain-On-Board (ROB), after part discharge to Off-take vessels, the Hard Quay Rates on Cargo shall apply in addition to Ship Dues of $0.647 X GRT + 1176.
  • Where third party towage service is provided, applicable towage rate will apply

FLOATING PRODUCTION STORAGE & OFFLOADING (FPSO) / FLOATING STORAGE & OFFLOADING (FSO) / OIL & GAS RIGS / PLATFORMS

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CHARGES RATE UNIT OF MEASUREMENT
(i) SHIP DUES:
  • Pilotage (In & Out)
  • Light Dues
  • Conservancy (In & Out)
  • Refuse Collection
  • Bilge Collection
Foreign: USD 1.28 TWA: USD 0.62
COASTAL: USD 0.44
GRT
GRT
GRT
(ii) TOWAGE DUES (IN & OUT):
1 – 200 LOA USD 2000 Per Tug/Movement
201 – 250 LOA USD 2500 Per Tug/Movement
251 – 300 LOA USD 3500 Per Tug/Movement
Above 300 LOA USD 5000 Per Tug/Movement
Shifting (Within Port or Pilotage District) USD 0.07 Per GRT
Second Port Of Call On Same Voyage and call to repair yard. USD 0.938 Per GRT
(iii) HARBOUR TOW OPERATIONS:
Mobilization of Harbour tugs, Pilot, Crew, Personnel & Demobilization of : 60 – 65ton Bollard Pull USD 50,000 Per Tug/Day
Mobilization of Harbour tugs, Pilot, Crew & Personnel, Personnel & Demobilization:: 70 – 75 ton Bollard Pull USD 100,000 Per Tug/Day
Mobilization of Harbour tugs, Pilot, Crew & Personnel, Personnel & Demobilization: 80 – 85ton Bollard Pull USD 150,000 Per Tug/Day
Berthing/Mooring/Un-berthing (In & Out) USD 80,000 In & Out
(iv) CARGO DUES:
Cargo Dues: Midstream Discharge Per Ton/Unit
Harbour Dues: Concession Area (Accordingly to Cargo) (Please see Schedule Per Ton/Unit
Harbour Dues: NPA Area (Accordingly to Cargo) of Cargos and Harbour Per Ton/Unit
Harbour Dues: Private Jetty (Accordingly to Cargo) Dues) Per Ton/Unit
Harbour Dues: Appropriated Area (Accordingly to Cargo) Per Ton/Unit
EPL (Accordingly to Cargo) See schedule of EPL Per Ton/Unit
Facility Charge NGN 7.50 Per Ton/Unit
(v) MONTHLY OFFSHORE ROYALTY:
Terminal Output Royalty (TOR) for FPSO/FSO USD 0.0294 Per Ton
Terminal Output Royalty (TOR) for Rigs & Platforms USD 0.0250 Per Ton
(vi) MANAGEMENT/ADMINISTRATIVE CHARGES:
Tug Management System USD 120,000 Per Operation
Security Vessel USD 100,000 Per Operation
Simulation in NPA Center USD 200,000 Per Operation
Final Reporting & Project Closeout USD 10,000 Per Operation

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YEAR INDICATOR 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
CPI ADJUSTMENT (%) 3.2% 2.9% 3.8% -0.3% 1.6% 3.2% 2.1% 1.5% 1.6% 0.1% 1.3% 2.1% 2.2%
GEN CARGO PER TON 1.00 1.03 1.26 1.29
IMPORT LADEN TEU  ($) 16.00 16.52 20.10 20.55
EXPORT LADEN TEU  ($) 13.00 13.42 16.32 16.71
EMPTY TEU ($) 3.50 3.61 4.39 4.50
0 – 15CBM ($) 3.00 3.10 3.77 3.86
16 – 25CBM ($) 5.00 5.16 6.28 6.43
ABOVE 25CBM ($) 10.00 10.32 12.56 12.86
TRAILER/MAFI ($) 20.00 20.65 25.12 25.73
  • The annual adjustment is in line with the provisions of the Lease Agreement which state interlia that “The Throughput Fee shall be assessed on empty and laden Containers, Import/Export Cargoes and shall be paid to the Lessor within five (5) business days after the last day of the applicable period’’
  • The Throughput Fee shall be adjusted on an annual basis in accordance with the Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U) for the U.S. City Average for All Items, 1982- 84=100 during the applicable annual period.
  • Arising from the suspension of the dichotomy in the adjustment of rates for Oil & Gas and Multipurpose Terminal, annual CPI-U shall apply uniformly across all terminals and operators irrespective of the nature of operation.
  • The Operation Rates shall also be adjusted throughout the Term on an annual basis in accordance with the Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U) for the U.S. City Average for All Items, 1982-84=100 during the previous year.
  • It was agreed in a meeting with the Authority and stakeholders that CPI-U shall apply in the adjustment of rates from 1st of March to 28th February of very year, while a new index takes effect from 1st march of every year
  • CPI-U is a measure of the average change over time in the prices paid by consumers for a market basket of goods and services. It is also an index of prices to measure change in the cost of basic goods and services in an economy.

Free Zone is described as a designated or free economic zone within a country which is administratively deemed to be outside the customs area, within which national regulations related to trade, finance and other economic activity may not be applicable or partially applicable.

The basic ingredient that drives and sustain Free Zone Operations are Economic and Socio-Political Incentives, Use of Area of Comparative Advantage, Strong Infrastructural Base, Consistency of Policy/Strong Legal Framework and Clear and Unambiguous Government Intentions.

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Except where specifically exempted by Agreement or MOU, Ships, Vessels, Barges and Crafts shall continue to the following charges:

CHARGES RATES/REMARK
Ship Dues See Schedule of Ship Dues as applicable to Foreign, TWA and Coastal Traffic
Towage Dues See Schedule Towage Dues as applicable to Authority’s operation and third party
Berthing/Mooring As applicable to all vessels
Berth Rent See Schedule of Berth Rent as applicable to Area/Location, Vessel Type and LOA
Cargo Dues See schedule of Cargo Dues as enumerated according to Cargo type and Area/Location
Harbour Dues See schedule of Harbour Dues as enumerated according to Cargo type and Area/Location
Environmental Protection Levy See schedule of Environmental Protection Levy as enumerated according to Cargo type
MOWCA See schedule of MOWCA as enumerated according to Cargo type
Contingency Deposit See schedule of Contingency Deposit according to Cargo type and Area/Location
VAT Not Applicable

SCHEDULE OF MONTHLY LEASE FEE FOR CONCESSIONAIRE 2019

PORT TERMINAL OPERATOR AMOUNT (USD)
Onne Port Complex Federal Lighter Terminal A Brawal Oil Services 141,666.67
Onne Port Complex Federal Ocean Terminal A INTELS Nig Ltd 469,175.41
Onne Port Complex Federal Lighter Terminal B INTELS Nig Ltd 300,971.00
Delta Port Complex Warri new Terminal A AMS 72.020.64
Delta Port Complex Warri old Terminal A INTELS Nig. Ltd 25,658.92
Delta Port Complex Warri new Terminal B INTELS Nig. Ltd 66,260.17
Delta Port Complex Warri Terminal C Julius Berger 56,912.08
Rivers Port Complex Port Harcourt Terminal B BUA Terminals 100,000.00
Rivers Port Complex Port Harcourt Terminal A PTOL 800,000.00
Calabar Port Complex Calabar Terminal A INTELS Nig. Ltd 25,239.67
Calabar Port Complex Multipurpose Terminal B ECM 119,825.52
Calabar Port Complex Calabar Old Terminal Shoreline Logistics 20,916.66
Lagos Port Complex Apapa Terminal C ENL Consortium 4,270,261.74
Lagos Port Complex Apapa Terminal D ENL Consortium 4,308,596.58
Lagos Port Complex Container Terminal AP Moller 172,042,304.00
Lagos Port Complex Apapa Bulk Terminal E Greenview Limited 209,166.67
Lagos Port Complex Apapa Bulk Terminal D ABTL 105,170.34
Lagos Port Complex Apapa Bulk Terminal A ABTL 157,755.50
Tin Can Island Port TCIP Terminal C Port & Cargo 436,718.13
Tin Can Island Port TCIP Terminal B TICT Limited 666,666.67
Tin Can Island Port TCIP RORO Terminal Five Star Logistics Ltd. 886,567.25
Tin Can Island Port TCIP Terminal Josepdam Limited 303,651.74
  • Annual Lease Fee are paid in twelve (12) equal installments in each operating year except for AP Moller and ENL Consortium whose payment are made on annual basis.
  • The above Lease Fee schedule is the current fee (2019) payable by the operators across the Port locations.
  • The Schedule of Lease Fee are graduated annually during each operating years in line with Lease Agreement.
  • In the event of Supplemental Agreement, the Lease Fee Schedule may be adjusted in line with such Agreement.
DELIVERY CHARGES AT NON CONCESSION/NPA AREAS (KOKO, SAPELE, BRUTU, etc.)

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TYPE OF CHARGES RATE UNIT OF MEASURMENT
Direct (NGN) Indirect (NGN)
GENERAL CARGO:
Handling Charges 89 168 Per Ton
Documentation/Custom Examination 1,400 1,400 Per Doc/Examination
VEP/Tally Sheet/TRR 225 225 Per Truck
DRY AND LIQUID BULK CARGO:
Handling Charges 49 168 Per Ton
Documentation/Custom Examination 1,400 1,400 Per Doc/Examination
VEP/Tally Sheet/TRR 225 225 Per Truck
DRY AND LIQUID BULK CARGO BY SUCTION:
Handling Charges 18 Per Ton
Documentation/Custom Examination 700 Per Doc/Examination
VEHICLE:
Up to 15CBM 2497 2583 Per Unit
16 to 25 CBM 2775 2907 Per Unit
Above 25 CBM 3539 3971 Per Unit
Trailer/Mafi 4157 5180 Per Unit

Note: All stuffed vehicles will have 20% surcharge on their delivery charge

PALLETIZED/UNITIZED CARGO:
Up to 2 Tons 71/ton + 1628 91/ton + 1628 Per Ton
2 to 4 Tons 108/ton + 1628 157/ton + 1628 Per Ton
4 to 6 Tons 157/ton + 1628 229/ton + 1628 Per Ton
6 to 10 Tons 253/ton + 1628 357/ton + 1628 Per Ton
10 to 15 Tons 360/ton + 1628 516/ton + 1628 Per Ton
Above 15 Tons 773/ton + 1628 1003/ton + 1628 Per Ton

Note: where NGN 1628 is charges for documentation & Custom Examination per B/L & VEP & Tally Sheet

GROUPAGE:
Container 20ft 6796 8127 Per Unit
Container 40ft 11,648 13,580 Per Unit
Normal Groupage 20ft 7679 Per Unit
Normal Groupage 40ft 12,446 Per Unit
TYPE OF CHARGES RATE (NGN) UNIT OF MEASURMENT
TYPE OF CHARGES (CONTAINERS):
Regular Container 20FT 5014.50 Per Unit
Regular Container 40FT 6267.50 Per Unit
Flat Container 20FT 5186 Per Unit
Flat Container 40FT 6707 Per Unit
Open Top Container (OT) 20FT 7073 Per Unit
Open Top Container (OT) 40FT 9531 Per Unit
Reefer Container 20FT Regular rate + 1750 Per Unit
Reefer Container 40FT Regular rate + 2625 Per Unit
Container Delivery (Weekends) 20FT Rate + 294 Per Unit
Container Delivery (Weekends) 40FT Rate + 378 Per Unit
If Container 20FT is Unstuffed Rate + 714 Per Unit
If Container 40FT is Unstuffed Rate + 903 Per Unit
Container Direct Delivery 20FT Rate + 168 Per Unit
Container Direct Delivery 40FT Rate + 210 Per Unit
TYPE OF CHARGES (CONTAINER EXPORT):
Handling Charges (20Ft Laden) 3686.72 Per Unit
Handling Charges (20Ft Empty) 1264.20 Per Unit
Handling Charges (40Ft Laden) 5566.60 Per Unit
Handling Charges (40Ft Empty) 1896.30 Per Unit
Documentation Fee 700 Per Bill of Laden (B/L)

Note:The above charges shall in addition attract 5% VAT, except for Container Export.

TYPE OF CHARGES RATE UNIT OF MEASURMENT
Import (NGN) Export (NGN)
RENT CHARGES ON CARGO (GENERAL CARGO):
(Free rent period of 3 days after completion of discharge)
Shed/Warehouse Cargo 6 4 Per Ton/Day
Stacking Area Cargo 3 2 Per Ton/Day
RENT CHARGES ON CARGO (RENT ON VEHICLE):
FIRST (1st) PERIOD
Vehicle UP to 15CBM 150 150 Per Unit/Day
Vehicle 16 to 25 CBM 188 188 Per Unit/Day
Vehicle Above 25 CBM 375 375 Per Unit/Day
Trailer/Mafi 625 625 Per Unit/Day
SECOND (2nd) PERIOD & THEREAFTER
Vehicle UP to 15CBM 900 150 Per Unit/Day
Vehicle 16 to 25 CBM 1125 188 Per Unit/Day
Vehicle Above 25 CBM 1800 375 Per Unit/Day
Trailer/Mafi 3000 625 Per Unit/Day
RENT CHARGES ON CARGO (CONTAINERS):
(Free rent period of 3 days after completion of discharge)
Container: 20FT Laden 375 375 Per Unit/Day
Container: 20FT Empty 24 24 Per Unit/Day
Container: 40FT Laden 750 750 Per Unit/Day
Container: 40FT Empty 48 48 Per Unit/Day
Container: Open Top 20FT Laden 750 Per Unit/Day
Container: Open Top 40FT Laden 1550 Per Unit/Day
Container: Flat 20FT Laden 936.5 Per Unit/Day
Container: Flat 40FT Laden 1606 Per Unit/Day
RENT CHARGES ON CARGO (PALLETIZED/UNITIZED CARGO):
Up to 2 Tons 10 6 Per Ton/Day
2 to 4 Tons 20 12 Per Ton/Day
4 to 6 Tons 30 18 Per Ton/Day
6 to 10 Tons 40 24 Per Ton/Day
10 to 15 Tons 79 48 Per Ton/Day
Above 15 Tons 124 75 Per Ton/Day

Note:

  • If a Consignee/Agent wants to take delivery of cargo in a way other than the way it landed, the arrangement/cost should be borne by the Consignee/Agent (Cost + 40%).
  • Official request for direct delivery of cargo should be received at least 48 hours before the arrival of the vessel and supported by all relevant documents.
RAIL CHARGES
FIND RATE AS APPLICABLE BELOW

TYPE OF CHARGES (HAULAGE) RATE (NGN) UNIT OF MEASUREMENT
Other Goods on :4 Wheel Wagon 108 Per Ton
Other Goods on :8 Wheel Wagon 180 Per Ton
Coal on :4 Wheel Wagon 36 Per Ton
Coal on :8 Wheel Wagon 54 Per Ton
Traffic to/from Quays by rail 11 Per Ton
Haulage other than by rail within the Port 17.5 Per Ton
Haulage other than by rail outside Port premises 14 Per Ton
Siding charges, Shunting of Empty/Loaded Wagon 74 Per Ton
Stabling charge Less than 10 Ton 1St 24 hours 202 Per Ton
Stabling charge Over 10 Ton 1st 24 hours 303 Per Ton
Stabling charge Less than 10 Tons, 2nd & subsequent period of 24 hours or part 348 Per Ton
Stabling charge Over 10 Tons, 2nd subsequent period of 24 hours or part 431 Per Ton
OTHER SERVICES/SHIFTING:
FIND RATE BELOW AS APPLICABLE:

TYPE OF SERVICE (Dock Labour utilized for services not assessed on the basis of tonnage but on request) RATE UNIT OF MEASURMENT
NGN USD
Discrepancy, Sweeping, e.t.c. (On-Board) 2.30 Per Man/Hour
Discrepancy, Sweeping, e.t.c. (Ashore) 278 Per Man/Hour
Landing & reloading cargo at ship request: 20FT 106 Per Unit
Landing & reloading cargo at ship request: 40FT 212 Per Unit
Landing & reloading cargo at ship request: G/Cargo

7

Per Ton
Shifting of Cargo On-Board: 20FT 40 Per Unit
Shifting of Cargo On-Board: 40FT 60 Per Unit
Overtime On-Board 3.45 Per Man/Hour
Overtime Ashore 3.45 Per Man/Hour

Note: Dry Bulk vessels are entitled to trimmimg towards the end of their operations. Any other request for services shall be charged accordingly

ROYALTY CHARGES
FIND RATE AS APPLICABLE BELOW

SERVICE DESCRIPTION RATE (NGN/USD) UNIT OF MEASUREMENT
Compressor NGN 104 Per Day
Shore based grain elevator NGN 1,364 Per Day
Lorry NGN 55 Per Movement
Forklift On-Board USD 10 Per Hour
Forklift Ashore NGN 72 Per Hour
Port Pier Import NGN 22 Per Tonne
Port Pier Export NGN 14 Per Tonne
Wharfage NGN 13 Per Tonne
PLANT AND EQUIPMENT HIRE RATE PER HOUR OR PAT THEREOF
(MINIMUM OF 4 HOURS)

Hire of Forklift Under 5 ton NGN805 Per hour or part thereof
Hire of Forklift Under 5 ton On-Board USD10 Per hour or part thereof
Hire of Forklift 5 ton to 10 ton NGN1575 Per hour or part thereof
Hire of Forklift 5 ton to 10 ton On-Board USD15 Per hour or part thereof
Portal Crane Up to: 10 tons NGN1680 Per hour or part thereof
Portal Crane: 10 to 15 tons NGN3029 Per hour or part thereof
Portal Crane: Over 15 tons NGN3938 Per hour or part thereof
Mobile Crane Up to: 5 tons NGN2625 Per hour or part thereof
Mobile Crane: 5 to 10 tons NGN3938 Per hour or part thereof
Mobile Crane: 11 to 15 tons NGN6300 Per hour or part thereof
Mobile Crane: over 15 tons NGN7875 Per hour or part thereof
Fork Lifter: 10 to 15 tons NGN3938 Per hour or part thereof
Fork Lifter: 16 to 20 tons NGN7875 Per hour or part thereof
Fork Lifter: 21 to 25 tons NGN10,500 Per hour or part thereof
Tower Crane: 5 to 10 tons NGN3938 Per hour or part thereof
Tractor: NGN1313 Per hour or part thereof
Mafi/Trailer NGN525 Per hour or part thereof
Floating Crane: Below 100 tons USD500 Per hour or part thereof
Floating Crane: 101 to 200 tons USD750 Per hour or part thereof
Floating Crane: Above 200 tons USD1000 Per hour or part thereof
HIRE OF CRAFT: Major vessels NGN546,000 Per Day
HIRE OF CRAFT: Ocean Tug NGN336,000 Per Day
HIRE OF CRAFT: Push Tug NGN52,500 Per hour or part thereof
HIRE OF CRAFT: Launches NGN45,500 Per hour or part thereof

In exercise of the powers conferred by the provision of Nigerian Ports Authority Act, Cap. 126, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria (LFN) 2004, Nigerian Ports Authority hereby makes the following Tariff Regulations:

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