Leveraging an excellent, longstanding working relationship with renowned shipping lines – Cosco and CMA CGM – EMOG Bonded Terminal has emerged as one of the most patronised and the busiest off dock container warehousing facilities in the Nigerian shipping industry.
Located less than a hundred metres away from Ijora Causeway, the terminal seats on a 27000 square metres of concrete floor. It has a capacity for six thousand (6000) TEU, both cargo laden and empty containers. There is a fully equipped groupage warehouse, a stuffing warehouse for cash crops, for which EMOG has carved a niche as the largest off-dock stuffing facility in Nigeria.
By this fact, EMOG is unarguably the largest off-dock container terminal in the Lagos shipping axis. The terminal’s reefer storage facility is of world standards and is strategically available for the well known Ijora-Liverpool fishing industry and other importers of dangerous or perishable goods.
The terminal boasts of two Reach Stackers and one empties handler. It is noteworthy that another brand new 55 tonnage Reach Stacker is on the way, and will be delivered to the terminal in due course.
EMOG Terminals is duly licensed by the Nigerian Ports Authority and the Nigeria Customs Service. The terminals boast of a well-equipped customs office kilted with the latest ASYCUDA/NICIS II tools. As an adjunct of Tincan Island Customs Command, the customs office is headed by an Assistant Comptroller of Customs as the Officer in Charge (OC), ably assisted by thoroughbred customs officers.
Security and safety of cargo is guaranteed in the terminal with a 24 hour surveillance mounted by a collaborative effort of the Nigerian Police Force and private security guards.
‘’As obtains and is characteristic with EMOG Group, customer satisfaction is our watchword. Our success in EMOG Bonded Terminal can be adduced to our business philosophy which is attaining excellence in our operations and celebrating customers satisfaction,” noted Nura Idris Maska, General Manager, Operations, EMOG Terminal.
Maska declared that, despite the slur in the economy and the shipping sector, EMOG Terminal has been handling a fairly sizeable and steady inflow and outflow of both cargo laden and empty containers.
”First and foremost, we have a longstanding, good working relationships with notable international shipping lines most especially Cosco and CMA CGM. We have abundant space to warehouse their containers, especially empties and this we have done with aplomb,” noted Maska.
The General Manger revealed that the secret of the success of the terminal is her customer-friendly, competitive handling rates and a culture of absolute respect and courtesy for all clients. ”Our charges are very competitive; we put a human face to our dealings. And this has served us well as we have a coterie of clients who are steadfastly loyal to us,” said the GM Operations.
To consummate the philosophy and vision of the Chairman of the Company, Alhaji Umaru Abdul Mutallab which is to give opportunities to Nigerians in order to realise their potentials, the company recently employed some brilliant professionals to man strategic positions in the organisation. ”We recognise and engage talents. We regularly fill vacancies with competent people who can help crystallise the vision of the company and its chairman which is to attain a greater and prosperous Nigeria. We also give opportunities for ancillary jobs to thrive around the terminal. Overall, we are focused on building a respected name in terminal and shipping operations in Nigeria,” promised Nura Idris Maska.