Customs Boss Visits Ports & Cargo

By admin | December 7th, 2015

The Controller General of Nigerian Customs Service, Alh. Dikko Abdullahi, recently paid a courtesy call to the Terminal C, Tin-Can Island Port to ascertain the physical level of development in the port.

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The Group Executive Vice-Chairman/CEO of SIFAX Group , owners of Ports & Cargo Handling Services ltd. Dr. Taiwo Afolabi was on hand to receive Dikko.

Dr. Taiwo Afolabi in company of his management team took the CG on a tour of the facilities at the terminal, showing him the array of newly acquired, state of the art equipment the terminal has acquired within the six years of taking over of the operations and management of the terminal. These equipment include the recently acquired brand new RTGs and Shore Cranes amongst others.

The CG in company of some of his lieutenants, including the CAC of Tin-Can, Compt. Tunji Aremu, DCG, amongst others, was full of praises for Ports & Cargo Handling Services for the level of investment and the transformation of the terminal to a respectable port and promised that business in Nigerian Ports will be done in line with the best practices in the world, especially as the Nigerian Customs Services takes over from the destination inspection agencies, starting from year 2013.