Thursday said it needed approval from the Lagos State Government to operate a
truck holding bay at the Trade Fair Complex, Badagry Expressway.
Chairman of the company, Chief Chris Orode, made the appeal in an interview
with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos.
said the request was made known when a team of transport management agencies
visited the proposed terminal on a fact-finding mission on Wednesday.
said the fact-finding team comprised the Chief Executive of the Lagos State
Transport Management Authority (LASTMA), Mr Chris Olape and officials of other
traffic management agencies in the state.
said the team was impressed with what they saw at the facility and promised to
advise the government on the need to convene a stakeholders’ meeting to reach a
team was on a fact-finding mission to see for itself what is on ground.
can prompt the take-off time because it is evident that the needed facility is
is good that all the traffic management agencies are here, so that they can
have a common picture of the project and how it can work,’’ he said.
said that the truck terminal, which measures 300,000 square metres, would
accommodate at least 5,000 trucks.
however, said the firm still considered the need to build a new entry and exit
gates dedicated for the trucks.
said the facility was equipped with office spaces to accommodate the various
traffic management agencies as operational bases.
Logistics Global Services Nigeria Ltd., recently held discussions with the
Nigerian Ports Authority on a proposed collaboration for an electronic call-up
system for trucks.
initiative is to have trucks come to the port only when called up, rather than
come around to scout for jobs and clog the port access corridors.