MEMBERSHIP CRITERIA

 

 


Pursuance to section 4(1) of ANLCA constitution;


  • Membership shall be limited to corporate bodies incorporated under the companies and Allied Matter Act 1990.
  • Not withstanding subsection 4(1)

A member will be admitted by making application in writing to the national headquarters or any National Committee set up for that purpose through the chapter executive council of his/her operational concerned and paid such fee(s) as may from time to time be approved by the NEC.


  • No member shall be admitted if it does not carry on business in the shipping and/or freight forwarding business in Nigeria.
  • If it is not licensed by Nigerian Customs Service as a custom broker with a current and valid operational license.
  • If its representative(s) agent(s) or servants have been convicted of any criminal involving dishonesty or fraud.
  • Incorporated and registered as a member with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC).
  • Managing Director/CEO has 3 years experience in international freight forwarding and as a Nigerian Customs Licensed Agents.
  • Company comprising of Nigerian citizens.
  • Can contribute to the development of the Organization.
  • Other rights and duties are general  & procedural (to maintain unity, support of association)
  • Minimum number of staff five (5) employees and a proper office.
  • Minimum educational qualifications: completion of formal education.
  • Minimum two (2) persons must have completed the basic course for forwarding from any designated institute.
  • Association shall maintain a membership register which is updated yearly and the condition for retaining member status is by paying fees as at when due.

ANLCA Membership Categories


Full member: A company must carry on business in Nigeria within Nigerian Custom Secure Ports and its core business must be international freight forwarding and/or customs clearing.


Associate member: Must be engaged in activities that are closely allied or related to freight forwarding.


Honorary member: Honorary membership may be conferred on individuals in recognition of their services to the association.

 

Associate and Honorary Members do not have voting rights within the Association. Organizations and companies qualifying for membership of ANLCA Apapa must pay all applicable dues, fees and subscription and must become a member of the ANLCA National and pay the applicable annual subscription.

ANLCA Membership fees


        • Full members:                                  =N= N/A
  • Associate/Fellows members:    =N= N/A                    PLEASE CONTACT US
  • Honorary Members:                      =N= N/A

MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS


From The Office of the Chairman,
Every member of our association enjoys lots of benefits through membership. These benefits or dividends exceed the dues that such member pays. Find below what I have enjoyed over the years through my membership of the association.

  • I learn about new business leads;
  • I am always on top of the Nigerian Customs Services and other agency regulations that will impact my operations and those of my operations and those of my customers.
  • I am always informed well ahead of any impending “new” government policies for port and clearing operations and those of my customers.
  • The association provides invaluable professional development resources to me and others members.

ANLCA helps me grow and improve my business. Let me share with you some of the other unique benefits of membership:


  • ANLCA Head Quarters provides hands-on advocacy and advisory support services to all members. We deploy grassroots advocacy to keep all members updated on current regulatory and legislative issues that concern them.
  • Networking and Information Exchange: This is only possible and happens ONLY if you are a part of the association.
  • ANLCA National Secretariat provides you with the latest developments in the Association and the industry.
  • Our online web membership directory (find-an-agent link) includes your company’s listing  , principal contact details and is distributed throughout the freight forwarding, goods clearance and import/export community globally.
  • ANLCA Conferences, Government affairs Conference and educational workshop /seminars are all designed to provide up-to-date professional development experiences.
  • Dispute Resolution:  We intervene and help members resolve trade disputes as we have developed industry wide relationships with every government agency, shipping lines and port operators etc as issues get resolved faster through our dispute and crisis resolution department headed by the National President.
  • World wide partnership and recognition as a member of International Federation of Customs Brokers Association (IFCBA)
  • Discounted web advertising: Your company details and contacts is listed in our member directory listing for global reach.
  • And much more!

For more than 50 years ANLCA has been the voice of our industry. I urge you to be a part of the organization that has been responsible for bringing us to where we are.
Join us and enjoy the benefits that we offer. It is an investment that cannot fail.

I look forward to welcoming your company as a member of ANLCA in any of our chapter nationwide.

For more information, call National Secretary General ANLCA  on: (+234) 8023074819, 8033376228, 8066764055, 7098110860   or visit us at our secretariat;
Plot 1, Sarah Arobieke Street, off Apple Junction, Ago-Palace way, Amuwo-Odofin, Lagos.

 

ALH. PRINCE OLAYIWOLA SHITTU J.P.
NATIONAL PRESIDENT