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Lianyungang Port grows Lagos cooperation with ENL Consortium

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ENL Consortium Nigeria Limited has signed an agreement with China’s Lianyungang Port to deepen investment at the Lagos Port Complex, Apapa.

Nigerian port operations company ENL was awarded the concessions for Apapa Terminals C and D, aiming to provide an efficient and cost-effective service to the shipping industry.

Mark Walsh, Executive Director of ENL Consortium said, “Lianyungang Port has been a pivotal point in ENL Consortium strategic alliance, as they have provided transfer of expertise and stevedoring knowledge that has been instrumental in aiding and improving cargo handling in Apapa Port. Lianyungang Port is providing a robust platform for facilitating international trade and logistics of general cargo traffic to Nigeria.”

ENL Consortium entered into a strategic partnership with China’s logistics service provider Sinoma Cargo International in 2018 to facilitate the evacuation of cargo from the Lagos Port Complex by utilising barge solutions.