Red Star Express Plc, a licensee of Federal Express Corporation has restated its commitment to comply with all laws as stipulated by various organisations governing logistics operations in Nigeria, the Nigerian Customs Service inclusive.
This was stated at an interview session with the Managing Director of the company, Mr Sule Bichi, recently in Lagos.
By law, all shipments crossing international borders must be cleared through Customs in the destination country prior to being delivered to the recipient. All dutiable shipments need formal Customs clearance. Customs duty is based on the value of the shipment and the commodity shipped.
Clean Report of Inspection (CRI) from the appointed inspection agents are carried out. Certain items are prohibited by Customs for import to Nigeria. Red Star Express Plc as responsible corporate entity ensures all laws governing import and export are duly complied with at all times.
According to Bichi, “Red Star Express Plc is committed to adhering to all regulations as tabled down by the Nigerian Customs Service (NCS). We are happy with what we do, and we ensure manufacturers are offered total logistics integration and speed to market. Like our mission states, we will always provide value added logistics solutions that will be secure, prompt and effective.
In order to ensure that we are in compliance with the Nigerian Customs Service, National Drug Law Enforcement, and other regulations, we are committed to ensuring that prohibited items are not shipped through our network.”
About Red Star Express Plc
Red Star Express Plc is a premium logistics solution provider in Nigeria in area of revenue, network coverage and market share in the domestic and international market.
It enjoys a domestic strength of 169 offices in Nigeria, delivers to additional 1,500 communities, over 1400 highly trained personnel and over 500 vehicle fleet.
It operates as the Nigerian licensee of FedEx, which is the world’s largest express transportation company, providing fast and reliable delivery to more than 220 countries and territories around the world.