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Sighting the growth in the three major super Asia countries, South Korea, Japan, and China, SMEDAN, Federal Ministry, and, Industry, Trade and Investment, in partnership with Fow World Media Company, ( Fow24 News, Fow TV) jointly presents, Nigeria – Asia business, Investment, Trade and Economic EXPO and summit, Korea/ China/ Japan, from 1st to 13th October, 2017, an initiative to showcase Nigeria, boost economy, create jobs and taking Nigeria to the world and the world to Nigeria.

Planning of Making Nigeria investors and investment hub in Africa, best destination for investment and growth , with the sole goal of turning the Nigeria population into production nation, SMEDAN, FEDERAL MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY,TRADE and INVESTMENT and Fow World Media (FOW 24 NEWS AND FOW TV ), partnership with NIGERIAN EMBASSIES IN CHINA, KOREA AND JAPAN present NIGERIA, KOREA/CHINA/JAPAN BUSSINESS, INVESTMENT AND TRADE EXCHANGE, EXPO, CONVENTION AND SUMMIT 2017, www.bitexpo.org.

 

The World Business Investment and Trade Expo, Convention & Summit (BITE-EXPO) is your new business destination hub, a new window for global business. An international business opportunity for investors to scale their brands on a global level by thinking beyond just your nationality,

 

A global innovative platform to enhance trade, business and investment opportunities among nations, business men and investors from Nigeria and other growing economies around the world will take advantage of the event to showcase, promote and network to find more investment opportunities in other countries.

 

A platform that will help both new and established businesses. An avenue to expose hidden investment opportunities around the world while helping boost trade opportunities on a global scale.

 

Promote your local and international business with investment advisors, captains of industry, CEO?s investors, manufacturers and traders of local goods and services with an estimate of more than 5,000 participants expected in each country. This great event takes place in Seoul South Korea from 1st – 3rd October, Beijing, China from 5th – 9th October and then Tokyo, Japan from 11th – 13th October, 2017. Also marking NIGERIA @57, 2017, NATIONAL DAY LIVE IN SEOUL, KOREA. 1ST OCTOBER, 2017.

 

Prospective participants are to Register at our information desk @Rockview hotel wuse 2, Abuja or BUSSINESS OFFICE @ SMEDAN OFFICE Area 11 Garki, ABUJA ahead of the event which will premier trade, goods, services and consumer exhibition, the conference and networking platform is dedicated to offer the best business, Investment, trade Opportunities that builds wealth.

 

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Call 08072749200, 08179047409, 08161261262. 08179047419,

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Incorporating a company in Nigeria is simple and straight forward. We intend making this easier by compiling the simple process and requirements for incorporating a private company in Nigeria. Unlike most of the information you read online and tabloids,on this subject, the authors make Nigerian company formation look seemingly complex by writing out a long list of “legal” requirements difficult to understand by the average reader.

However, it is advisable you consult a specialist such as a Lawyer who will assist you in the entire formation process.

The Companies and Allied Matters Act (CAMA) recognises 6 corporate structures in Nigeria:
1. The Business Name
2. The Private Company Limited by Shares.
3. The Public Limited Company
4. Unlimited Company
5. Company Limited by Guarantee; and
6. Incorporated Trustees.

For the purpose of this write up, however, we will be writting about the process of Incorporating a Private Company in Nigeria.

REQUIREMENTS FOR INCORPORATING A PRIVATE COMPANY IN NIGERIA.

Steps for incorporating a new company at the Corporate Affairs Commission, can be summarised in the following 10 steps:

1. Submission of the proposed Company Names to the CAC. This is the first step in the entire process. The promoters of the company must decide on a company name and submit for approval. The government officials reserve the right to approve or deny company names submitted for a number of justifiable reasons – availability, suitability, legality, similarity, etc. It takes an average of 5 business days to get availability results.

2. Details of Directors. Long story short, you will be required to provide the biodata of the Directors of the proposed company. These information include: Full Names, Residential Address, Nationality, Age, Valid Identification Document and Signature of the Directors. The minimum number of directors for a private company is 2 and maximum is 50. There is no maximum for public companies. There are statutory requirements for being a director, one of which is that the directors must not be less than 18 years old.

3. Shareholders/Subscribers. The legal minimum number of shareholders in a private company in Nigeria is 2 and a maximum of 50. The shareholders subscribe to the memorandum and articles of association and are alloted shares in the company.
PS – the shareholders can also double as the directors of the company.

4. Appoint a Company Secretary. Every Nigerian company must appoint a Nigerian Company Secretary, as it has become a legal requirement. The company secretary of a private limited company needs no formal qualifications. It is the directors responsibility to ensure he/she has the appropriate knowledge and experience to act as a Secretary of the company. The company secretary could be an in-house person or an outside consultant. Some of the roles of a company secretary include:
a. Maintaining the Statutory Registers;
b. Liaison between the company and the CAC and other relevant government agencies;
c. Providing members and auditors with notice of meetings.

5. Registered Address of the Proposed Company. The company must have a Nigerian business address. This requirement needs no much explanation and not debatable either.

6. Core Areas of the company’s business activities (Nature/Objects of company). Nigerians and Non-Nigerians are allowed to carry on all forms of business provided it’s legal and not in the “negative list”. If the company will engage in specialist services (Hospital, Consultancy, Schools, Media & Advertising, etc), the directors may need to provide an evidence of professional proficiency. E.g. Certificate of a professional body/trade association, Academic Certificate, or both.

7. Valid Identification. Although I have stated this requirement earlier. It is worthy of mention here again. A photocopy of Identification of all the directors is required. (e.g. National ID card, Data Page of your National Passport, Voter’s Card or Driver’s License).

8. The Company’s Share Capital and Allotment. In simple terms, the share capital of a company (usually in monetary terms), is the amount of capital the subscribers have to carry on the business. The minimum share capital of a private company must not be less than N10,000. However, for economic reasons, it is advisable that an average Nigerian company incorporate a N1,000,000 share capital company. A company’s share capital is also industy-dependent. For example, advertising agencies must have at least N10 million as share capital. The law also stipulates a minimum of N10 million share capital for a Nigerian company with foreign ownership. Your regulator or adviser should advice you appropriately. A minimum of 25% of the authorized sharecapital must be subscribed and paid for.

Once the issue of share capital have been decided on, then the subscribers must also decide on alloting the shares. If there are 2 persons that formed the company, they could share it 50% each.

9. Draft the Memorandum of Understanding and Articles of Association (MEMART). This is a legal document that spells out the business objectives and the framework on which the company intends to run its business within the acceptance of the law. This legal document also shows the particulars of the shareholders and their shares allotment.

10. Payment of Stamp Duty and Statutory Filling Fees. The total fees payable to the Stamp Duty office and the Corporate Affairs Commission is dependent on the company’s share capital.

These are the basic requirements for incorporating a private limited liability company in Nigeria. However, EXPATRIATES are subjected to additional requirements and laws – Nigerian Investments Promotion Act, Immigration Act, Investment and Security Act, and Foreign Exchange and Monitoring Act.

Duration of Incorporation at the Corporate Affairs Commission

As at the time of writing this blog post, the average turnaround time to receive a Certificate of Incorporation and Certified True Copies of your documents at the CAC is 3 weeks.

Come and setup a company in Nigeria – Africa’s most populous nation – a business destination for many investors.
To incorporate your company, you can contact us to facilitate this for you, email: enquiries@investor.ng or call (+234)080-9502-9999

Source: http://www.spreadmediang.com/simple-requirements-incorporating-private-company-nigeria/

Growth of Commercial Sector Infrastructurekwara_logo

Three key facilities are set to improve the commercial landscape in Kwara State

Significant opportunities exist for private operators to become involved in developing the commercial sector as diverse as aviation (International Aviation College), logistics (Truck Plaza), and retail (shopping mall).
Aviation (International Aviation College)

The International Aviation college, which has since the past year, begun operation in Ilorin, the State Capital, is poised to be a pace setter in the aviation sector in the country.

Kwara State is responsible for the initial financial outlay to establish the International Aviation College (IAC) but intends seeking private investors to take equity in the undertaking once it is up and running.

The college will train pilots of all sorts. International demand for pilots is very high and demand is expected to remain strong. The number of airlines operating in Nigeria has increased exponentially in recent years. The specialist training needed for helicopter piloting (a skill very much in demand in the oil industry in Nigeria) will also be offered.

The final state percentage of ownership is intended to rest at 50%, with various private entities holding shares. In this way, the state will recoup some of its investment while at the same time bringing in the expertise of investors and partners.
Contracts have been signed with instructors and aviation academy specialists in the United Arab Emirates with regard to the phasing in of classes and the management of the facility. Thirteen instructors have received training in South Africa in preparation for the opening of the college. In a related development, the Nigerian Air Force will establish a maintenance base in Ilorin.

Italian company Alenia Aeronautics will manage the project that will be rolled out in the course of 2010. The hangar will be available to private airlines and will contribute to the development of the aviation industry in Kwara State. The maintenance hangar will help to spark developments in associated engineering and commercial fields by creating opportunities for smaller local companies to compete for subcontracts.

Retail (shopping mall)
Location and extent

The site extends over three hectares on Fate Road, Ilorin, in the South Local Government Area.

Ownership

The Kwara State Government intends to be a 30% shareholder in the project (N500-million, excluding the value of the land], with the balance of equity divided between various private investors. Attractive incentives are in place to make investing in the project worthwhile. The demand for formal retail is strong and good returns are expected. A SPV (Special Purpose Vehicle] will be created where the Kwara State Government and partners will form a company to be called Kwara Mall Develop Centre.

Potential tenants

Banks, cinemas and supermarkets are in line to be the anchor tenants. Major retailer Shoprite (which has more than 950 stores across Africa] has expressed its intention to participate. Fast food restaurants include Mr Biggs, Chicken Capitol, Chicken Republic and others. Shops will include jewellery, fashion, furniture, household goods and pharmacy outlets. Medical doctors will have their consulting rooms in the mall and there will be medical clinics.

Construction and financing

Persianas Investment limited is the state government’s partner in delivering the N3-billion project. This company was the lead developer in the consortium that built the highly successful Palms project in Lagos. Some of alliances concluded to deliver the entire project are with FCMB, Julius Berger and Chapel & Hill.

Facilities

The shopping mall will be enclosed with a substantial car park. It will be fully air-conditioned and fully powered up either through PHCN [Power Holding Company of Nigeria) or through an alternative energy source.

Projected benefits

Increased trade within the state with shoppers no longer travelling to Lagos for monthly shopping. The mall and its tenants will create employment opportunities. The area around the malls expected to experience rapid development, with an attendant spike in property values. The multiplier effect within the city of Ilorin and the state will be high, especially as the per capita income of Kwarans has been rising steadily over the last seven years; the timing of this retail development dovetails well with this general economic trend.

Timescale

A memorandum of understanding [MOU) has been signed. Construction work was expected to begin in 2010 with completion set for December 2010. The design, costing and financial information phases have all been completed. The state will hand over management of the centre to a professional management company.

Logistics (Truck Plaza)

A 90-hectare site is being developed near Ilorin International Airport as a Truck Plaza to take advantage of Kwara State strategic location. Maintenance facilities, fuel depots and accommodation units are planned.

Private investors have an excellent opportunity to earn excellent returns in the development of a Truck Plaza as part of the state’s broader aim of positioning itself as a regional and national transport hub. Kwara’s central location with respect to the rest of the country is enhanced by its strategic position close enough to the bustling metropolis of Lagos to ensure quick delivery of goods but far enough away from the congestion of that area to be able to ensure rapid deployment of those goods to other parts of the federation.

A 90-hectare site is being developed near the Ilorin International Airport to centralise and control the through-put of trucks from all parts of Kwara State and beyond. Private developers of every sort associated with the transport, tracking and logistics sectors are sought.

Facilities that will be available at the truck plaza

  •  Truck parking area
  • Fuel and service centre
  • Truckers Village
  • Clinic
  • Fire Station
  • Truck and bus washing bay
  • Bus and car parking area
  • Emergency tow service
  • Motels
  • Eateries and cafeteria facilities

Specific areas of the truck plaza where private-sector investment is required

  • Fuel and service centre
  • Motels and other accommodation facilities
  • Eateries and cafeteria facilities
  • Truck maintenance workshop
  • Main plaza

 Firm Foundation for Investment

Kwara State offers excellent supporting infrastructure aimed at creating an environment that is conducive to investment and business.

Adequate Infrastructure plays a vital role to any investor looking to start a business. Basic physical and organizational structures are needed for the profitable and efficient operation of any commercial venture.

Kwara State has put in considerable effort to improve vital areas such as transport, power generation and distribution, water supply, information and communication technology (ICT) and the provision of healthcare services, to name a few, in order to provide a conducive environment for business. Despite the achievements, the current administration realises that a lot of work still needs to be done to bring its infrastructure up to world standards.

Power

 Ganmo Power substation

Sufficient and reliable power supply is of utmost importance to anyone looking to do business in Nigeria. Kwara State has made significant progress in this regard by completing a new substation and improving distribution and transmission. The recent completion of the 330/1.32/33KV substation at Ganmo is a great success story. The state capital Ilorin currently enjoys close to 24 hours of uninterrupted power supply a day and businesses in the area hardly ever have to make use of generators, saving them a considerable amount of money. Because of the Ganmo facility, power supply in the state, which used to be between 30 and 40 megawatts per day, a typical scenario for most parts of Nigeria, improved dramatically to between 80 and 90 megawatts per day.

In the area of rural electrification, many remote areas and villages have received power, including the ‘New Nigerian Farmers’ in Shonga. To maintain the leverage that the state currently enjoys, the state government has begun to invest in a transmission and distribution programme. Contracts have already been awarded for the supply and installation of six 15MWA 33/11KV transformers. The state government is willing to provide adequate power supply to any new business investment in the state.

Industrialists Commend Stable Power Supply In Kwara State

Mr. Arowolo Johnson,
Personnel/Admin Manager,
Tuyil Pharmaceutical Company Nig. Ltd, Ilorin.

We at Tuyil will forever be grateful to the Governor Bukola Saraki administration for its initiative in the area of stabilizing power supply in the state. This has paid off greatly.

Before the Ganmo Power Project came, we consumed nothing less than 10 drums of diesel monthly. But now with unprecedented stable power supply, we hardly use one drum of diesel within the same period. This is quite salutary.

We have many reasons to be grateful to the present administration: Apart from the fact that private power generation for industries is capital intensive, we have also since discovered that the use of generator often adversely affect our machines. Only a stable power supply ensured by the PHCN is good for the health of our machines.

The stable power supply has also increased our production level and has equally broadened our market base. We have developed from about five products at inception to about 82 products presently. We also have about 22 depots across the country.

We expect that very soon the cargo terminal will take off so as to reduce the challenges we face in transporting our cargos from the Lagos port by road.
Mr. Mokeke Jude,
Human Resources/Admin Manager,
Dangote Flour Mills, Ilorin.

Power supply has improved since early last year (2009). And you will agree with me that that was when the Ganmo Power Station was energized. This improvement is incontrovertible as even the most incurable cynic will admit this phenomenal improvement.

Our reliance on the PHCN power supply is quite on the high side because of our operations. Now our reliance rate on the PHCN power is about 88%. We use our generators sparingly to source for the remaining 12%.

The private sector community of the Nigerian economy has positively identified Kwara State as an emerging investors’ destination with great potentials still waiting to be tapped. This is why companies, industries are presently trooping to the state.

Stable power supply and a secured atmosphere which have become Kwara State’s middle names are great assets in industrial circle.

This new regime of stable power supply has helped our production level. Presently, we are increasing our production level from 500 tons to 1,000 tons daily. This development has its multiple advantages for us as a company – increase in output and turnover, and increase in number of factory hands needed – which are drawn from the host communities.

This present government has done very well. We only hope the next administration will be able to sustain this high level performance.

Engr. Yahaya Hussein,
KAM WILL Industry Nig. Ltd, Asa Dam, Road, Ilorin.

I must be honest with you, we are grateful to the Governor Bukola Saraki administration. He has done commendably well on the issue of power supply. Power Supply has improved significantly since the commissioning of the Ganmo Power Project. We particularly started experiencing this in January this year. Before January 2010, we used to enjoy power supply between 15 to 17 hours daily. But now, it has hopped up to between 22 to 23 hours daily. You will agree with me that in the Nigeria of today, this is quite significant.

The development has also drastically cut down on our diesel consumption often needed to power our generators in times of power outage which were incessant before January this year. But we must add that we still occasionally experience fluctuations, which we learnt is being attended to. And in domestic power supply, there is still more to be done in the area of distribution as some areas in Ilorin are still being subjected to shifts. For instance, where I live in Ilorin enjoys electricity between 8 to 10 hours daily. But admittedly, power supply has improved appreciably.

…And The Saw Millers Too.

Mallam Ibrahim Isa,
Irewolede Saw Mill, Ilorin

We are presently enjoying a steady power supply like never before. I have been in the saw milling business for about 40 years now. The regular power supply we enjoy in this place presently is unprecedented.

The volume of business is so much that we, at times, turn back customers because we work from dawn to dusk. However, this wouldn’t have been possible without a stable power supply.

Here we enjoy everything – a brand new, high powered transformer, stable power supply; all these have combined to engender a boom in business for us. We cannot thank Governor Bukola Saraki enough. We wish it were possible to prolong the tenure of this administration for another fresh term. However, we pray the coming administration will be able to sustain this laudable legacy of Governor Saraki.

Airport and cargo terminal

Ilorin International Airport Cargo Terminal

Ilorin International Airport has been upgraded with a new terminal building and other modern facilities. A recently completed cargo terminal at the airport allows investors to import and export goods via air. The facility gives Kwara State a significant competitive advantage over other areas in Nigeria. The terminal has been built especially to export agricultural produce from the state but it will also cater for the rest of Nigeria’s cargo needs.

It is indeed on record that the cargo terminal in Ilorin is the only one in the country equipped with a wet-station purposely built to ensure effective transit-storage of agro-products from our Commercial farms situated here in Kwara State

The Kwara State Government wants to establish the state as a cargo hub, competing directly with Lagos. More than half the goods arriving in Lagos are not destined for Lagos itself but for the rest of the country. Because of Kwara State’s central location, goods can now be directly brought into Ilorin, and trucked to other parts of Nigeria, saving importers time and money. Customs clearance at “Ilorin is also much quicker than Lagos with officials on standby 24 hours a day.

During a trial run using a temporary cargo shed, the New Nigeria Farmers at Shonga brought in 800 Jersey cattle from South Africa. The airport has also received a load of cargo from Dubai. One of the state’s major industrial concerns, furniture manufacturer Kwara Ethnix Designs, has recently indicated it is working towards exporting goods directly to Europe from Ilorin International Airport, utilising its cargo handling facilities.

Roads

A flyover in the center of the state capital has greatly reduced congestion

Kwara State’s road network has seen great improvements in recent years. Most of the major roads in the state have been upgraded, although this is a work in progress. In Ilorin, the major arterial roads have also been improved and a new flyover in the centre of the state capital has greatly reduced congestion. The Kwara Traffic Management Authority ensures the smooth flow of traffic in Ilorin, especially along certain roads that have been identified as highly prone to congestion.

 Financial services

Kwara State has numerous banks and financial institutions that are ready to assist investors and businesspeople. Most major banks have branches in Kwara State and investors have access to most bank services. The Kwara Microfinance Bank complements the activities of existing microfinance banks to provide credit to small businesses and cooperative groups.

The recent opening of the Ilorin branch of the Nigerian Stock Exchange is evidence of Kwara State’s growing importance in the country’s financial-services sector. Since the opening of the branch, a number of stock-broking firms have also set up shop in the state.

ICT services

Most of Nigeria’s main mobile operators have base stations in Kwara State’s major cities and many have started to connect the more rural areas of the state. When the New Nigerian Farmers settled in the state, the current administration collaborated with Globacom to provide mobile services to the farms. Although the arrival of mobile telephony has boosted the state’s economy and created employment, the administration has called on operators to further improve their services. Businesses can subscribe to Internet access through various service providers and Internet cafes are found across the state.

Security

Kwara State is proud of the fact that it is one of the most peaceful states in Nigeria. Although the state hosts a wide variety of people with different religions and cultural heritage, there is a sense of mutual respect among the population.

To further improve security in the state, the administration has recently installed close-circuit television (CCTV) cameras in the capital Ilorin. New solar-powered street lights have also been introduced to boost security at night.

Water supply

Water supply is one of the major challenges facing all of Nigeria’s rural areas and Kwara State is no exception. While the region has sufficient water resources to meet the needs of the people, many are still not enjoying the benefits of potable water. Historically, water infrastructure such as waterworks, storage reservoirs, pumps stations and distribution networks has been poorly maintained. The current administration has shown its commitment to turning the situation around by rehabilitating waterworks, drilling new hand-pumped boreholes, installing solar-powered mini-motorised boreholes, improving the pipeline distribution network and purchasing water treatment chemicals.

The state government believes water is a major factor in achieving key development objectives especially in the areas of health, education and poverty reduction. It is therefore willing to partner with all stakeholders at national and international levels in meeting this all-important challenge.

Irrigation

 Modern sprinkler systems installed in Shonga Farm

Another important part of water supply is providing irrigation for agriculture. A project to provide the New Nigerian Farmers in Shonga with adequate irrigation is nearing completion. CGC Nigeria limited has been awarded the contract to build a pipeline system stretching from the River Niger to the individual farms. Modern sprinkler systems have already been acquired and will make a significant difference to the crop yields at the Shonga farms. Small-scale irrigation projects have also been established in various local Government Areas to assist small-scale farmers.

Healthcare

Investors in Kwara State will find adequate healthcare services. Being a qualified medical doctor himself, the Kwara State Governor, His Excellency Or Bukola Saraki, is placing a great emphasis on healthcare. Hospitals have been upgraded, drugs have been distributed and modern hospital equipment has been procured.

The state is partnering with Medequip Medical Services to construct one of its flagship healthcare facilities – the Central Diagnostic Centre. The facility will provide sophisticated laboratory investigations, pathology and imaging services such as CAT scan and mammography. The centre will not only serve both public and private hospitals in Kwara State but institutions across the entire country. The revenue potential of this initiative, apart from the health benefits, is indeed enormous.

One of the other steps that has been taken to improve healthcare is the establishment of an oxygen plant at the Sobi Specialist Hospital. The oxygen produced is important for surgical and emergency procedures. Through the Malaria-Free Kwara programme, insecticide-treated nets and free malaria drugs are being distributed.
Ilorin International Airport Cargo Terminal
The Cargo Terminal at Ilorin International Airport will provide a huge boost for importers and exporters

The Ilorin International Airport Cargo Terminal is a major innovation and a significant factor in the outward-looking policies of the administration of Kwara State. The year 2010 will see this facility in full use. The implications of this modern facility being at full capacity for the state of Kwara and the Federal Republic of Nigeria are expected to be great, as indeed they may be for the whole of West Africa.

The cargo terminal is designed to support the broader economic policies of Kwara State, and in particular the agricultural plans. These take a holistic view of the agricultural cycle, and support primary producers, transporters and companies that add value later in the cycle through processing. The modern
Cargo Terminal supports this comprehensive approach as it allows for the export of fresh produce (because of the cold-storage and wet facilities at the terminal], the export of processed agricultural products (because of the large storage areas] and the import of materials and equipment needed for the support of the agricultural sector. Designed to take the strain off the massively busy airport at Lagos, the Cargo Terminal in Kwara State aims to take advantage of the state’s already advantageous, central, position. Good road links south to Lagos connect the state with the most populous region in Nigeria, but crucially link to the central and northern parts of the federation without the congestion associated with the south-western sector. The Cargo Terminal is expected to serve the five other states in the North-Central zone (Niger, Kogi, Nasarawa, Plateau and Benu~) together with all of the states in the North-West zone (Kebbi, Sokoto, Zamfara, Katsina, Kaduna, Kano and Jigawa]. In addition, Kwara is well located in relation to the nation’s capital, Abuja.
The primary product to be handled out of the new terminal in the first phase will be the agricultural produce of the Shonga farms. This includes dairy products, poultry and cassava. Many other crops have great potential, as does the horticultural sector.
Cut flowers are an extremely lucrative market. Now that the Cargo Terminal has up-to-date refrigeration facilities, Kwara State entrepreneurs will be in a position to exploit the fact that the main centres of Europe are within a six-hour flight from lIorin International Airport. The airport is currently accepting and forwarding cargo to South Africa and the United Arab Emirates and will be extending this profile over time.
The lIorin International Airport Cargo Terminal will give exporters and importers a competitive advantage, especially as customs officials are destined to be on duty all day and all night. This will significantly reduce time spent on paper-work and allow for the expeditious handling of goods. In the case of the companies exporting time.

  • Cargo Terminal facts
  • Capacity
  • Import Cargo Shed: 1260 cubic metres
  • Export Cargo Shed: 1260 cubic metres
  • Equipment on site
  • Fire-fighting vehicles
  • Security patrol vehicles
  • Water Tanker
  • Airfield recovery equipment
  • Screening machine (Cargo)
  • Airfield ground control equipment
  • Trolley (stainless steel)
  • Ramp handling services equipment
  • Cargo aircraft night handling equipment (15 KVA inverter)
  •  Wet cargo facilities
  • Weighing scales
  • Stainless-steel system
  • UV dryer
  • Ice machine
  • High-pressure cleaner

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