First Vessel berths as Lekki Port takes delivery of STS Cranes and RTG Equipment

In what could best be described as a major milestone and a significant boost ahead of the commencement of port operations, Lekki Deep Sea Port, on Friday, 1st July 2022, took delivery of 3 Super Post Panamax Ships to Shore (STS) Cranes and 10 Rubber Tyred Gantries (RTGs) and also witnessed the arrival of the first vessel to berth at the port. The cranes and the RTG equipment will be used in the container terminal, which will be operated by Lekki Freeport Terminal, a subsidiary of CMA CGM Group.

The vessel “ZHEN HUA 28,” which conveyed the STS cranes and RTGs to Nigeria, left Shanghai, China, on May 17, 2022, and arrived at Lekki Deep Sea Port at about Noon Nigerian time on 1st July 2022… read more

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