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.
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.
Serving the nearby states of Ondo, Anambra, Imo, Enugu, Edo, Kogi, this is an important port that specializes in merchant shipping.
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.
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.
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