New Nigeria port to boost dry bulk

By Wayne Yamada
Published: Thursday, 21 May 2015

The Lekki deep seaport project is set to be completed in 2019 and will be the largest port in Nigeria. With a 4m tpa dry bulk handling capacity the port could result in increased industrial imports to supply the oil and gas and cement industries.

Nigeria’s Lekki deep seaport project near capital city Lagos has been given the green light, which will make it the largest port in the country after construction is complete in 2019. 
The port will have a 4m tpa dry bulk handling capacity and will cost around $1.65bn. Its development could...

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