2015-09-01 20:21:45 / 0 Comments / In Uncategorized / By Admin
(NAN) Gov. Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos State says work will commence in the next two months on the proposed Deep Sea Port in Badagry, simultaneously with the 10-lane Lagos-Badagry Expressway project.
2015-09-01 20:20:04 / 0 Comments / In Uncategorized / By Admin
APM Terminals plans to build a massive port and free trade zone in Nigeria to keep pace with rapid growth.
2015-09-01 20:18:47 / 0 Comments / In Uncategorized / By Admin
AP Moller Apapa Terminals Limited, the concessionaire in charge of the former Container Terminal says its proposed Greenfi eld mega seaport in Badagry, Lagos, would set a new standard in port operation and management in Africa.
2015-09-01 20:17:41 / 0 Comments / In Uncategorized / By Admin
At full build-out, the deep-water full-service port will be one of the largest in Africa with 7 km of quay and 1,000 ha (2,470 acres) of dedicated yard, and will include new facilities for container, bulk, liquid bulk, ro-ro and general cargo as well as oil and gas operations support and a barge terminal.Plans for the adjoining Badagry Free Trade Zone will include a power plant, oil refinery, industrial park and warehousing and Inland Container Deport functions
2015-09-01 20:11:05 / 0 Comments / In Uncategorized / By Admin
APM Terminals is going to focus its investments on emerging markets, where it can set up facilities to unlock bottlenecks, CEO Kim Fejfer told Port Finance International. An example of this strategy is the Badagry project, in Nigeria, which he says will be “by far the largest port in Africa.