In a bid to deliver a world-class, state-of-the-art port, the following partners have been carefully selected through a competitive bidding process.
China Harbour Engineering Company
China Harbour Engineering Company Ltd.(CHEC) was established in the 1980s. As a subsidiary of China Communication Construction Company Ltd. (CCCC), a Global Fortune 500 company, it explores the overseas market on behalf of CCCC. At present, CHEC’s more than 90 branches (subsidiaries) and representative offices around the world conduct business in over 100 countries and regions with more than 15,000 employees undertaking hundreds of international projects whose total contract amount it over USD 30 billion.
CHEC adheres to industry leading and actively promotes the overseas practice of investment, construction and operation covering the whole industrial chain in such fields as marine engineering, dredging and reclamation, roads and bridges, railways, airports, municipal works and environmental protection and complete plant.
CHEC injected US$221 million into LPLEL in March 2020 and became the company’s controlling shareholder.
Louis Berger USA
Louis Berger, one of the largest multi-disciplinary infrastructure consulting firms in the world, is the project management consultant on the Lekki Deep Sea Port Project.
They managed the EPC Contractor Selection Process and will handle contract management, design review as well as construction supervision.
China Development Bank
China Development Bank (CDB) was founded in 1994 as a policy financial institution under the direct leadership of the State Council. It was incorporated as China Development Bank Corporation in December 2008, and officially defined by the State Council as a development finance institution in March 2015.
CDB has a registered capital of RMB 421.248 billion. Its shareholders include the Ministry of Finance of the People’s Republic of China (36.54%), Central Huijin Investment Ltd. (34.68%), Buttonwood Investment Holding Co., Ltd. (27.19%) and the National Council for Social Security Fund (1.59%).
CDB provides medium- to long-term financing facilities that serve China’s major long-term economic and social development strategies.
The CMA CGM Group is highly committed to the development of port infrastructure on the African continent where it is the second largest shipping company. The Group is particularly present in sub-Saharan Africa with a network of 75 agencies and nearly 1,400 experts. In the region, the Group operates 30 services thanks to a fleet of 87 ships calling at 248 ports.