The Import And Export Institute Nigeria
by ADENIYI SOLA BUNMI
(Abeokuta, Ogun State,Nigeria)
The Import and Export Institute of Nigeria was established in 2007 and incorporated under the Company Allied Matters Decree 1990 as a company limited by Guarantee with Registration number RC 835705.
The import and export institute is working to become a sound Professional body responsible for manpower development, continuous training and education of people involved in international trade, freight forwarding, shipping, import, export, and international marketing.
The dynamic nature of international trade, the internet revolution and globalization has made it compulsory for the government, public and private corporations and organizations to employ qualified practitioners, managers and academicians to manage their import and export positions and profiles.
To promote high professional standard and re-define import and export practices in Nigeria and Africa.
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
To promote world-class import and export practitioners, regulate and continuously enhance their ethical standards and technical competence towards achieving economic development.
There is a shift in the economic policy of Nigeria to concentrate on non oil export, tourism, sports and services. There is the great need for the government to commission exports practitioners and qualified professionals, to conduct research necessary to sustain the economy of Nigeria and Africa over a long period of time.
Needless mentioning that the potentials of Nigeria are so enormous that the government must commission the institute researchers into realizing the great non-oil potentials of Nigeria.
This is abundant in all the states of the Federation, from Groundnut, palm oil, palm kernel, fish, coal, gold, cocoa, sugarcane, cassava, mango, guava, paw paw, to sports, services, hospitality and tourism. These abundant resources must be exploited, packaged and exported to earn the desired foreign exchange in Nigeria. The potentials must be harnessed and trained.
This vibrant institute is willing to collaborate with all relevant government agencies and partner with the government on how the export potentials of Nigeria will be realized and the benefits used for the infrastructural development of Nigeria.