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Mitsui Lines reaffirms presence in Nigeria




The MOL O.S.K Lines has confirmed its continued business operations in Nigeria, even as the notable shipping firm wax stronger in the African market.

The company, in a statement made available to The Guardian said, it still has a long and rich presence in West Africa and especially Nigeria.

“With our direct WA1 service we offer our customers a fast and reliable service and with local expertise we can meet their specific African trade needs.

“Our comprehensive network is calling Lagos Apapa first, followed by Tin Can Island, Tema, Lome, Cotonou and Abidjan. Asian origins will be served by our diverse service networks, connecting via Colombo; Hong Kong; Singapore and other world class trade hubs,” it stated.

Some of the strengths of MOL Nigeria includes weekly sailings; fixed berthing windows; special vessel design to meet with specific Africa trade needs (vessels with on-board cranes and wider beam); dedicated to reefer transport; expert in export commodities such as Cocoa, Sesame Seed Cashew, Solid Minerals, availability of equipment among others.

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