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APM Terminals Apapa gets Deputy Managing Director

Terminals Apapa has announced the appointment of Olufemi Ransom-Kuti as its
Deputy Managing Director.

 Olufemi brings to this role 14 years of
experience in supply chain operations and project management.

joining APM Terminals, he worked with Lafarge WAPCO where he served as the
General Manager, Logistics and Procurement and with Nestle Central and West
Africa Region (CWAR) Supply Chain Division.

Ransome-Kuti has proven record in corporate management, formulation and
implementation of effective strategies, providing measurable business
improvements and contributing greatly to company success.

Maritime industry is a major revenue earner and the port is the gateway to the
nation’s economy. APM Terminals is a key player at the premiere port and a
major employer of labour with over 1000 Nigerians working at the facility.

am pleased to be a part of this company and look forward to an exciting career
ahead,” Ransome- Kuti said.

Terminals Apapa is the largest container facility by capacity of the three
serving Lagos, Nigeria’s largest city and business center.

a container throughput of 700,000 TEUs in 2014, APM Terminals Apapa is the
busiest container terminal in the West African Region, handling nearly 90% of
Nigeria’s inbound containers.

350 million USD investment and expansion program since 2006 by APM Terminals
Apapa has resulted in container volumes more than doubling and productivity
increasing significantly, with waiting time for vessel berthing eliminated.

 Regular rail service, running three times per
week to the inland city of Kano, 960 km (600 miles) distant, was also established
in August 2013.



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