The Lekki Deep Seaport has announced the commissioning of a new scanner in order to improve service delivery.
It stated that “We are delighted to announce that our scanning facility (non-intrusive inspections system) was commissioned earlier today (Wednesday)by the Customs Area Comptroller for Lagos Free Zone, Mrs. Dorothy Omogbehin.
“The Nuctech FS 6000 non-intrusive scanning equipment is the best in class for security solutions. Its presence in the port will further fast-track the process of examination and evacuation of containers.”
According to the company, during the brief ceremony, “our Managing Director, Du Ruogang pledged that Lekki Port and Lekki Freeport Terminal remain committed to shaping the future of container handling in Nigeria and beyond for greater efficiency and greater capacity.”
He also noted that the scanning facility would improve container handling turnaround time and ensure greater national security.
“We are grateful to Lagos Free Zone, Lekki Worldwide Limited, Nigerian Ports Authority, Nigeria Customs Services and all other stakeholders for taking time out of their busy schedule at short notice to attend the ceremony and a demonstration of the facility by the NCS scanning team.”