Worried over incessant building collapse in Nigeria, the Nigerian Institution of Civil Engineers (NICE), an umbrella body of all practicing Civil Engineers in the country, has recommended serious measures to checkmate the trend across the country. National Chairman of NICE, Engr. Chukwudi Ezugu, in a statement said the attention of the entire membership of the […]
As part of effort to address the challenges of substandard products in the country, the Standards Organization of Nigeria, SON, has developed a product authentication model, PAM, to facilitate the verification of the source quality of products in the Nigerian market.
The Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) on Thursday raided Yankura Market in Kano and sealed off shop and a warehouse where new and branded fertiliser bags with SON certification logo were being sold.
The Federal Government of Nigeria has approved 114 new Standards for the Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON), to boost Nigeria’s economic growth, according to the Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Otunba Adeniyi Adebayo.
The Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) and stakeholders in the food industry have collaborated to develop new standards that would improve the production processes of plastics in the country and save the nation huge amounts of forex that would have gone into importation of these products.
The Nigeria Customs Service, Port Harcourt Area II Command Onne Port has collected a total of ₦54,129,704,653.73 between January and June 2019 with seizures worth N443, 304,711 in the last six months.
The Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) has seized sub-standard aluminium roofing sheets worth over N38 million in a move to ensure that only goods that conform to the Nigerian Industrial Standards (NIS), are allowed in the market.
Business activities were on Tuesday paralysed at the Abuja office of the Standards Organisation of Nigeria as workers commenced industrial action over poor welfare condition.
The Standard Organisation of Nigeria (SON), said it seized over N22.7 billion substandard products both destroyed and awaiting destruction in the last one year. Director-General/Chief Executive Standards Organisation of Nigeria, Osita Aboloma, who was represented by Director in DG’s Office, Muhammed Kabir, disclosed this at the 2018 SON/Maritime Stakeholders Awareness Forum with the theme: “Collaboration […]
The Director-General, Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON), Osita Aboloma, has appealed to importers and their representatives to desist from falsification of documents. Aboloma, who made the appeal during the organisation’s advocacy session organised for importers in Lagos on Wednesday, said that false cargo declaration was stalling its operations. The director-general was represented by Mr Obiora […]