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WELCOME TO MEL SHIPPING

Multi Express Logistics Limited (MEL) is an international forwarder specialized in managing your shipments from one destination to another. We render shipping and cargo services from every part of the world continent. We arrange shipments from U.S.A, CHINA , UNITED KINGDOM, GERMANY, INDIA, KOREA, JAPAN S.AFRICA and other countries on request.

We design and implement industry-leading solutions together with our worldwide network of partners. With over 100+ dedicated employees, working around the globe, we deliver operational excellence to provide viable solutions to the most challenging supply chain questions. Therefore, most of our clients see us as one of the best logistics companies in Nigeria. Our focus on providing excellence and value to our customers is made possible by our team of experts who bring passion to their work. We are totally committed to meeting and exceeding our customer’s expectations. 

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VESSELS FOR SALE

Double Hull Oil Vessel

This double hull Oil Tanker vessel with 4845 Gross Tonnage is for sale. The vessel just had her maintenance and engine serviced. The vessel is in good working condition and ready for operation.

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Oil Tanker

Oil Products Tanker

This 2012 built generic Oil Tanker vessel with 4445 Gross Tonnage is for sale. The vessel just had her maintenance and engine serviced. The vessel is in good working condition and ready for operation.

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Nigeria, Korea To Deepen Ties On Shipping Development
Nigeria, Korea To Deepen Ties On Shipping Development

Nigeria and South Korea have both agreed to intensify their collaboration in trade and shipping development.

Nigeria: Nimasa, Ship Owners Set for Double Hull Vessel Regime
Nigeria: Nimasa, Ship Owners Set for Double Hull Vessel Regime

Amidst complaints of non- patronage by Nigeria, the country's indigenous ship owners and the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, NIMASA, seem set for a definite deadline of December 31, 2020 for phasing out single hull vessels in Nigeria

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