lekki free trade zone – deep seaport project begins operations in 2023, ibeju lekki, lagos



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Tolaram Group told Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu ( Governor of Lagos State ) that commercial operations at the Lekki Deep Seaport in Lekki Free Trade Zone will begin operations by the first quarter of 2023.

during his two-day working tour to the free-trade zone established in Ibeju Lekki area of Lagos.

“The investors have given us the commitment on the first quarter of 2023 completion date. We will fulfill all our parts to make sure this date becomes reality,” Babajide Sanwo-Olu, governor of Lagos State, said on his working tour of the Lekki Deep Sea Port at the Lagos Free Trade Zone.

The Lekki Deep Sea Port, which is being constructed by China Harbour Engineering Company Ltd (CHEC), is occupying 90 hectares of the entire 830 hectares of land carved out for the Lagos Free Trade Zone, created in 2012 to enhance the economic position of Lagos as a manufacturing and logistics hub in West Africa.

After going through the project master plan, Sanwo-Olu said his administration remained committed to delivering the project, stressing that the deep seaport and other investments happening in the corridor had the potential to increase the State’s GDP in multiple folds.

He said: “Given the report I got and what I have seen here, I can say that Lagos Free Zone has made tremendous improvement. We have seen the level of partnership Tolaram Group is bringing in terms of international investment and local brands on this corridor.

Sanwo-Olu said the size of the deep seaport will allow 18,000 TEU (Twenty-foot Equivalent Unit) capacity vessels, which are four times bigger than the ones berthing at the existing Apapa seaports in the state, thereby scaling down the cost of container transportation from any part of the world.

He said: “The interesting part is that our youths and young women will be the beneficiaries of this project. The project managers have engaged a large number of our citizens in the construction parts of the work; all personnel is not expatriates. All the technical work and technology deployed have a local component to them.

“For us a Government, this is the strongest point we have made with the project. I am fully convinced that the delivery of this project will transform the commercial architecture of West Africa and bring about quick turnaround time in the maritime sector.”

When completed, the deep seaport is expected to generate more than 170,000 direct and indirect job opportunities and serve as an alternative to decongest the seaports in Apapa, the governor said.

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