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Maritime trade accounts for 95% of the vehicular means of Nigeria's international trade. However, the country's port is classified as one of the worst in the world due to issues such as funding, legislation, pollution, congestion and safety worsened by global supply chain disruptions caused by the pandemic. This visit will equip delegates on practical knowledge on how to solve these issues to promote ease of doing business.


  • Trade Connect training and assistance to businesses looking to become involved in global international trade.

  • High-Level Investment and trade meetings with maritime and trade Investors and exporters.

  • Training in the operation and maintenance of various types of port equipment, including cranes, forklifts, and container handlers.

  • Custom tours around the port's main channel and container terminals with knowledge sharing on the role in global trade, and its sustainability initiatives.

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