NIGERIA

All cargoes destined for or departing from Nigerian Ports (Import/Export/Transit) shall obtain an Entry Summary Number (ENS) in the case of import to Nigeria or an Exit Summary Number (EXS) in the case of export departing from Nigeria. The ENS or EXS must show on the Bill of Lading and final manifest of the vessel. The shipper of the cargo is the person responsible for the declaration procedure in advance with information relating to the cargo (Advanced Cargo Declaration - ACD / International Cargo Tracking Note - ICTN).

Deadline for lodging the Entry Summary Declaration
Long distance shipping:

Containerized cargo: not later than 24 hours before loading in the port of departure

Bulk and General Cargo: not later than 4 hours prior to the ship’s arrival in the first port in Nigeria

Short Sea Shipping:
Containers / Trailers / Conventional / Bulk: 2 hours prior to the ship’s arrival at the first Nigerian port
Towed trailers: 1 hour prior to arrival at the Nigerian port of entry

For the arrangements following documents and information are required:

For further information please contact:

M+S, Bremen: agency@msbre.com


CURRENTLY SUSPENDED

AS PER NOTIFICATION FROM THE SHIPPERS COUNCIL OF NIGERIA
actual all shipments going to Nigeria can proceed without an ICTN document and ENS number


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