NARTO

AcronymDefinition
NARTONational Association of Road Transport Owners (Nigeria)
NARTONigerian Association of Road Transport Owners
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My secretariat from the national body of NARTO and COMTUA are not fully aware of the new haulage rates.'
Samuel Vongtau, appreciated the visit of NARTO and WARTU to the Council.
When reminded that the long queue of trucks is gradually returning to those places initially cleared by the task force, the NARTO boss explained that 'the NPA Safety Department has started taking the minimum standards of trucks going into the ports, and that is the reason you saw the small build-up of trucks along hitherto cleared areas.'
'The manual truck calls up system is a good initiative which NARTO supports.
The National President, NARTO, Dr Kashim Bataiya, also pledged that the association would carry out its assigned duty effectively as stated in the MoU.
According to the NARTO chieftain, 'People may think that we hiked haulage rates, but that is not true.
'NARTO donated about 50 personnel and three vehicles to the Task Force.
'Single operators of haulage vehicles must be duly registered with National Association of Road Transport Owners (NARTO) and comply with Road Transport Safety Standardisation Scheme (RTSSS) provisions
The state government also directed all the tankers and containers coming to the state to obtain the Ministry of Transportation (MoT) Certificate of Road Worthiness within the next 30days, even as it sought for close collaboration among the stakeholders, including the National Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers (NUPENG), National Association of Road Transport Owners (NARTO), Association of Maritime Truck Owners (AMATO), among others.
THE Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers (NUPENG) has given 21 days ultimatum to National Association of Road Transport Owners (NARTO) and other industry players for a positive resolution and implementation of collective bargaining agreement for tanker drivers and other anti-labour issues in the Nigeria Oil and Gas Industry.
At a One-Day Public Enlightenment on the Developments in the Road Sector, the stakeholders that included the National Association of Road Transport Owners (NARTO), the National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW), and Petroleum Tanker Drivers Association among others, noted that the government has done a lot to restore confidence of Nigerians on the nation's road sector.
The National Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers (NUPENG), Association of Maritime Truck Owners (AMATO) and National Association of Road Transport Owners (NARTO) should join hands with the state and federal governments to achieve a permanent and effective solution to the problem.