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Tin Can Island Port
Tin Can Island Port
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Sightseeing, Explore nature, Buy/Sell

History of Tin Can Island Port Tin Can Island Port was established in 1977. Built out of the need to accommodate the high volume of import and export that resulted in serious congestion in the Apapa Port during the oil boom era, this is a favored port for a lot of reasons. Security/Safety of Tin Can Island Port This is a very safe location. What To Bring Before heading to Tin Can Island Port, here are some helpful things to take along with you: All your signed and stamped cargo documents Cash - in case of minor on-the-spot fees Your ID card for identity proof Best Features The port has 5 terminal operators and so handles diversified cargoes with each terminal operator specializing in either handling wet and dry bulk cargoes with lease terms of 10 years, box cargoes (containerization) with lease terms of 15 years, container cargoes with lease terms of 10 years, Roll-On-Roll-Off services with lease terms of 15 years, or Build, Operate and Transfer (BOT) services with lease terms of 15 years. It is well-equipped and has up-to-date modern equipment for clearing cargoes. Writer's Review One favored feature of this port is that owing to its terminals being operated independently, it has a quick turnaround time for vessels. It also features regular sea patrol of all anchorage, jetties and fair way buoys with the able assistance of the Marine Police and the Nigerian Navy.

Delta Port
Delta Port

Delta Port

Port

Delta

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Sightseeing, Explore nature, Buy/Sell

History of Delta Port Delta Port. Serving the nearby states of Ondo, Anambra, Imo, Enugu, Edo, Kogi, this is an important port that specializes in merchant shipping. Security/Safety of Delta Port This is a very safe location. What To Bring Before heading to Delta Port, here are some helpful things to take along with you: All your signed and stamped cargo documents Your ID card for identity and ownership proof Cash - in case of minor on-the-spot fees Writer's Review Quick identification and documentation of cargoes, and excellent delivery of cargo procedures are some of the reasons why this port is favored. These, and its proximity to the neighboring states result in shorter distance for haulage of cargoes. Security of cargoes are also guaranteed and adequate modern facilities to handle all kinds of cargoes are assured by the concessionaires.

Onne Port
Onne Port

Onne Port

Port

Rivers

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Work, Sightseeing, Buy/Sell

History of Onne Port Onne Port. The largest Oil and Gas free zone in the world supporting exploration and production for Nigerian activities, this port accounts for over 65% of the export cargo through the Nigerian sea port. Security/Safety of Onne Port This is a very safe location. What To Bring Before heading to Onne Port, here are some helpful things to take along with you: All your signed and stamped cargo documents Your ID card for identity and ownership proof Cash - in case of minor on-the-spot fees Best Features Serving as a hub for the West and Central African regions in Oil and Gas, it has an advantage of proximity to the Eastern commercial centres such as Onitsha, Nnewi, and Aba. It also has an adequate depth to accommodate heavy ocean-going vessels. The port is highly industrialized with modern facilities and equipment that can stand the test of time. Writer's Review It operates a one-stop shop solution to clients in which all operational needs are provided within the operational environment including office accommodation, catering and others. There is also guaranteed security.

Lagos Port Complex
Lagos Port Complex
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Sightseeing, Explore nature, Buy/Sell

History of Lagos Port Complex Lagos Port Complex was established in 1913. The earliest and largest port in Nigeria, this premiere port is very well equipped with modern cargo handling equipment and world class road and rail network. Security/Safety of Lagos Port Complex This is a very safe location. What To Bring Before heading to Lagos Port Complex, here are some helpful things to take along with you: All your signed and stamped cargo documents Your ID card for identity proof Cash - in case of minor on-the-spot fees Best Features It is the only port with the Four Wheel gate of about 8metres for oversize cargoes and this has given the Port, an edge over others in the handling of oversize cargoes. There are five private terminals and many jetties. It also has two logistic bases, one of which has been accorded the status of a Free Trade Zone. The port infrastructures have been expanded by the private operators and the efficiency and productivity has been on the rise ever since. Writer's Review It is very well equipped with modern cargo handling equipment making her very customer friendly and cost effective.

Calabar Port Complex
Calabar Port Complex

Calabar Port Complex

Port

Cross River

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Sightseeing, Explore nature, Buy/Sell

History of Calabar Port Complex Calabar Port Complex. This is a fast gaining port in Calabar where an increasing number of Petroleum importers are finding it convenient to use the port due to the safe, serene and stress-free environment. Security/Safety of Calabar Port Complex This is a very safe location. What To Bring Before heading to Calabar Port Complex, here are some helpful things to take along with you: All your signed and stamped cargo documents Your ID card for identity proof Cash - in case of minor on-the-spot fees Best Features The history of Calabar Port is traceable from the premedieval merchants’ ventures of the 15th century to the present day. It served as an important focus of trade with the outside world in the Eastern states and natural port for the northern states of Nigeria. The Old Port was privately administered and operated by various shipping companies until 1969 when the Federal Government took over the inadequate port facilities from the erstwhile operators and modernized and expanded in order to make the port facilities cope with the ever increasing demand of the economy. Today, Calabar Port Complex comprises the following: the Old Port, the New Port and the Dockyard.