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Aviacargo: Repositioning Cargo Operations Through Development Of Agriculture And Natural Resources In Nigeria

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Repositioning Cargo Operations Through Development Of Agriculture And Natural Resources In Nigeria A Paper Presented By Ikechi Uko, Coordinator, AviaCargo Road Map Committee At The 2023 FAAN National Aviation Conference in Abuja

 

In 2021, the 5 biggest African exporting nations are South Africa, Nigeria, Egypt, Algeria and Morocco. Collectively, that powerful cohort of African shippers generated over half (55.7%) of the continent’s overall exports by value. (Source: worldtopexports.com)

Nigeria is known to be No. 1 in several things like;
> Economy by GDP
> Population
> Agricultural Commodities

But Nigeria is 5th on the African AviaCargo Export Chart after Kenya, Egypt, South
Africa, Ethiopia.

DID YOU KNOW?
> 80% of containers arriving Nigeria return empty.
> Out of every 10 containers that come into Nigeria laden with imports, only about 1 or 3 leave the country with exports.
> Nigeria is the largest producer of many Agro-products, yet it loses $1bn annually to non-certification of Agri-produce for export.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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