Hapag-Lloyd and Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) are in stiff compentition to grab Nigeria’s 1.19million tonnes of exports valued at N1.7trillion ($3.89billion) at the seaports. The export includes sesame seed, soybeans, cocoa and cashew.
Findings revealed that Hapag-Lloyd had opened a new office in Lagos to create further growth and help exporters to ferry their cargoes to the world. In Lagos, Hapag-Lloyd calls at the ports Apapa and Tin Can Island.
Also, Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC), which operates at the country’s seaports, has position itself to ship out cocoa beans from the Port and Terminal Multi-services Limited (PTML) in order to offer its customers consistently high service all over the continent…
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