To expand port and cargo haulage facility
as part of strategic growth plan
Equivalent Unit (TEU) cargo capacity by the end of 2019, just as it disclosed
that it had achieved 130,000 TEU as at June 2019.
this known in a media chat on Tuesday in Lagos, when the company talked on its
strategic plan for growing its business.
Aviation, Haulage and Logistics in the last 31 years.
Oyinloye said SIFAX Group takes ‘positioning’ seriously and therefore
coordinate its activities in line with regulatory demands, while ensuring
excellence in service for customer satisfaction.
industry and so we are looking into the future of maritime and logistics,
positioning ourselves ahead of time of what is likely to happen in the
plan and this will lead to having an increased number of bonded terminals.
the surveillance of statutory organisations that regulate what we do and this
has enabled us coordinate our activities in line with regulatory expectations.”
according to Oyinloye, has started preparing its Warri terminal for business,
pending when operations begin at the port.
operations in berthing of vessels and movement of consignment out of the port
to final destination.
would acquire an additional 25 trucks to its already operational 75, Oyinloye
the port city and called for timely reconstruction for the sake of business
concerns. In that vein, Oyinloye urged government to ensure linking the port by
rail, with an assurance of support roles to make such project work.
the port with the introduction of a taskforce in place to ensure sanity in the area.
hotel to its conglomerate in the first quarter of 2020, with Sky Capital
providing the financial services.