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Lekki Deep Port Rolls Out Achievements After One Year Of Operations

By Obiabin Onukwugha

Authorities of the Lekki Deep Sea Port In Lagos Nigeria, has rolled out achievements after operating for one year.

In a post on the verified X handle of the Nigeria Ports Authority (NPA) on Tuesday, the Lekki Deep Sea Port, stated that it has facilitated over 25,000 transshipments since it commenced operations in April last year.

It also stated that it welcomed 75 vessels including the first LNG-powered vessel and the largest ship of 366 LOA to enter Nigerian waters during the period under review.

It said: “We are proud to announce that today, April 1, 2024 marks one year since the official commencement of commercial operations at Lekki Deep Sea Port. IIt has been a remarkable journey with the berthing of GSL Alice on 6th April 2023.

“We also embarked on transshipment from June 2023 with the arrival of the first transshipment vessel, the CMA CGM RIMBAUD. Since then, we have facilitated over 25,000 transshipments and counting.

“In all, we have welcomed 75 vessels including the first LNG-powered vessel and the largest ship of 366 LOA to enter Nigerian waters.”

 

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