We are thrilled to announce the official commissioning of our cutting-edge scanning facility, featuring the state-of-the-art Nuctech FS 6000 non-intrusive scanning equipment. The honor of commissioning this facility was bestowed upon the Customs Area Comptroller for Lagos Free Zone, Mrs. Dorothy Omogbehin, in a ceremony held earlier today.

The Nuctech FS 6000 is widely recognized as best in class for security solutions, and its integration into our port signifies a significant advancement in our commitment to providing top-notch security measures. This sophisticated technology is poised to revolutionize the process of container examination and evacuation, contributing to enhanced efficiency within the port.

In a brief but impactful ceremony, our Managing Director, Du Ruogang, expressed his dedication to the future of container handling, emphasizing the pursuit of greater efficiency and capacity not only for Lekki Port and Lekki Freeport Terminal but for the broader Nigerian and international shipping community. He highlighted the positive impact of the scanning facility on container handling turnaround time, underscoring its role in ensuring national security.

We extend our sincere gratitude to Lagos Free Zone, Lekki Worldwide Limited, the Nigerian Ports Authority, the Nigeria Customs Services, and all other stakeholders who took time out of their busy schedules to attend the ceremony. The demonstration of the facility by the NCS scanning team showcased the collaborative spirit and commitment of all involved parties to the advancement of container handling technology and security measures.

As we embark on this new phase with our advanced scanning facility, we are confident that it will not only streamline our operations but also contribute significantly to the overarching goal of ensuring a secure and efficient trade environment for all.

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