FG’s delegation visits PCHS to assess terminal operations * Agencies include Transport Ministry, NPA, Shippers’ Council

FG’s delegation visits PCHS to assess terminal operations

* Agencies include Transport Ministry, NPA, Shippers’ Council

(Report by Udeme Clement ):

The Federal Government delegation comprising of representatives from the Federal Ministry of Transportation, Nigerian Ports Authority and Nigerian Shippers’ Council visited Ports & Cargo Handling Services Limited, the flagship company of SIFAX Group yesterday.

The aim of the visit was to assess the company’s operations and compliance to the concession agreement, which was signed in 2006.

The delegation was led by the Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Transportation, Dr. Ajani Magdalene Nwanwuche.

The exercise is captured in photo news, as shown below.

L-R: Barrister Tunji Olusinde, Director, SIFAX Group; Auwal Suleiman, Director, Maritime Services, Federal Ministry of Transportation; Dr. Ajani Magdalene Nwanwuche, Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Transportation; John Jenkins, Managing Director, Ports & Cargo Handling Services Limited and Bode Ojeniyi, Group Executive Director, SIFAX Group during the assessment and compliance tour of Ports & Cargo Handling Services Limited, Tin Can Island Port, Lagos by the Federal Government delegation.

L-R: Auwal Suleiman, Director, Maritime Services, Federal Ministry of Transportation; Dr. Ajani Magdalene Nwanwuche, Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Transportation; Tobi Afolabi, Executive Director, Ports & Cargo Handling Services Limited and Bode Ojeniyi, Group Executive Director, SIFAX Group during the assessment and compliance tour of Ports & Cargo Handling Services Limited, Tin Can Island Port, Lagos.

A cross section of the Federation Government delegation including representatives from the Federal Ministry of Transportation, Nigerian Ports Authority, Nigeria Shippers’ Council and SIFAX Group during the assessment and compliance tour of Ports & Cargo Handling Services Limited, Tin Can Island Port, Lagos.

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