Maersk invests in Nigeria seaports upgrade


A new investment to help upgrade seaports will take Maersk’s involvement in Nigeria to more than £2bn

AP Moller-Maersk has pledged US$600m to aid Nigeria’s port expansion and improvement project.

The Nigerian government is investing US$1bn to reconstruct the country’s seaports to allow docking for larger ships, meaning firms such as Maersk do not have to risk transshipments to deliver to Nigeria.

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