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Maersk Denies Leaving Lagos Ports

The world’s largest container carrier, Maersk, and its sister company, Safmarine, have denied stopping their services to the ports in Lagos.

In a customer advisory they issued separately last week, both shipping lines said calls to Lagos ports continued across their global network despite challenges facing operations at the ports in Lagos.

The customer advisory issued by Maersk reads, “The West Africa market continues to be dynamic and market demand fluctuates significantly from quarter to quarter.

Currently we are experiencing severe delays in Lagos due to highly utilised terminal yards, crane break-downs and long trucking queues.”

Source: Punch

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