Frederik Klinke takes over as country MD of Nigeria for APMT
APM Terminals has appointed Frederik Klinke (above) as its new country MD of Nigeria. Mr Klinke ...
Prolonged delays have forced the hand of International Container Terminal Services (ICTSI), which announced it was walking away from a port contract in Nigeria as a result. Nikkei reports that ICTSI’s Nigerian unit and port promoter, Lekki Port LFTZ Enterprise, mutually agreed to terminate a sub-concession agreement signed in 2012. Had the agreement been a success, ICTSI would have had exclusive rights to develop and run a container terminal within Lekki Port for 21 years.
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