Yet another year has come to an end. We want to thank you guys for supporting Chibyke Global for 3+ years of our existence. As we look back at the year of 2014, it was full of success and joy for the Chibyke Global team. With your help, we started exporting clients’ foodstuff abroad, launched a branch at Aba in Abia State, and answered all your import ans export questions.
Over the course of the year, we wrote some Freight and shipping articles. We thought we should compile a list of our favorite ones. Let’s do a year in review of Chibyke Global.
Difference Between Nigerian Freight Forwarders & Customs Brokers – Nigerian Freight Forwarders act as middlemen between the shipping lines or airlines and the importer/exporter. They take care movement of cargo from one country in the world to another (through sea or air). A Nigerian Customs broker is an individual or company that is licensed to act as agents of importers/exporters. They use their very technical expertise in the smooth clearance of cargo at the customs – export and import. Read more on their different duties.
Chibyke Global Launches in Aba to Make Shipping Easy, Coming to More Nigerian Cities Soon – Shipping has always been a problem for Nigerians: not only do you have to get your items to the warehouse or airport, you also have to figure out how you’ll package them, and pay for all the materials. Chibyke Global is here to save you time and money and make the shipping process stress-free. Learn how to request a pick up at Aba, Abia State.
21 Export & Import Questions Nigerians #AskChibykeGlobal Plus Answers – Over the years, we’ve answered a series of import and export questions asked by our esteemed Nigerian customers, concerning our freight forwarding and shipping services. We have collated these questions and will answer them here and in future blog posts titled – #AskChibykeGlobal. Here are 21 Export & Import Questions Nigerians ask ChibykeGlobal with answers. 1. If I have a shipment (Goods) of about 5 tonnes in Dubai, can I send it at once to Nigeria? Keep reading.
7 Ways Nigerian Customs Service Strike Affects Air Freight Services – The recent closure of the Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Lagos cargo terminal by the Nigeria Customs Service has brought untold hardship to the operations of the Nigerian Freight Forwarders and the Nigerian Licensed Customs Agents. This ugly incidence arose following the clash between the Customs clearing agents and Customs officials. How does this closure by the Nigeria Customs Service affect everyone that stakes their funds to import goods for the 2014 Yuletide business? Read 7 Ways the On-going Nigerian Customs Service Strike Affects Air Freight Services.
These were the best freight forwarding blog posts of Chibyke Global in 2014. We hope that you liked them. We want to thank you for supporting us by sharing our articles, giving us feedback, and suggesting new topics. We hope to add more useful blog posts in 2015.