About 85% of Nigeria’s external trade, import and export, passes through the nation’s seaport. Since 1990’s, not less than 2,500 vessels are recorded annually in the Nigerian principal seaports at Lagos (Apapa and Tin Can Island), Port Harcourt, and Calabar.

The deregulation and liberalization of the maritime sector is instrumental to Nigeria becoming the biggest economy in Africa with an estimated nominal GDP of USD 510 billion, excluding the informal sector. These reforms have open the doors for maritime investment in dry docking, ship repairs, coastal shipping services, trawlers, cables/pipe laying vessels, tug boats / anchor handling, diving support vessels, barges/house boats, terminal / jetty infrastructure, dredgers, offshore construction and fabrication, passengers / ferry services, supply boats to offshore oil fields, tourism services, crew boat, tanker shipping, ship finance and maritime insurance, port development and infrastructure, equipment leasing, ship breaking and recycling, reefer trade, pollution control, search and rescue, cabotage trade, human capacity building etc.

Talk to us today, to gain the right insights to shipping and marine management opportunities in Africa. We want inspire you through the right steps to grow your investment in Africa and beyond. Your business is our business and together, we succeed.

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