November 29, 2022



ANLCA needs Freight Forwarders’ Village at Lekki Deep Seaport

Forward of the graduation of business operation on the Lekki Deep Seaport, the Affiliation of Nigeria Licensed Customs Brokers (ANLCA) is in search of the availability of a Freight Forwarders Village to accommodate licensed customs brokers.

Performing Nationwide President of ANLCA, Dr Kayode Farinto, stated the request is consistent with international traits in trendy port operations and known as for full automation of the port actions.

He stated “The go to was in continuation of the affiliation’s collaboration with crucial stakeholders within the maritime trade for a greater working relationship.”

The deep seaport Head, Regulatory and Procurement, Mr Daniel Odibe, expressed delight on the go to by the ANLCA group saying the administration view them as being a crucial stakeholder within the port trade.

Odibe defined that the brand new port billed to be accomplished in September is totally automated and would cut back human contact to actualise the mandate of the seaport.

He stated “The port has three container berths, three liquid berths and one dry bulk berth terminal and each exercise is automated together with the trucking system which will likely be operated by an digital name up system,” he stated.

On cargo motion to and from the port, Odibe stated the development of the rail linking the port was within the pipeline, however within the meantime containers could be moved through vessels and by roads.

The port administration took the ANLCA group to the port space the place development work is ongoing and showcased tools on the port anticipated to begin industrial operations by September.

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