The concession is being executed by Badagry Development Port Limited (BDPL), a consortium of its subsidiary company, Quinn McGrath Marine & Environmental Services Limited (QMMESL), an indigenous formidable Maritime Investment subsidiary of the Quinn McGrath Group. QMMESL has expertise in the management and operations of multimillion dollar maritime projects across several industry segments such as Nigeria Machine Tools.
Along with its consortium international technical partners to implement the project in line with the stipulations of the Nigerian Port Authority (NPA) and Ministry of Transport (MoT).
Bring tremendous benefits that rapidly ensure that Nigeria takes its place on the world stage as one of the most advanced nations in the global maritime sector.
Badagry Port Development Limited (BPDL) aims to address the expected infrastructure challenge and provides shipping lines and supply chain managers with the best productivity, location, flexibility and cost effectiveness to power the global supply chains of Nigeria’s leading brands.
The state-of-the-art multi-purpose facility will offer its customers superior uncongested hinterland connectivity and the deepest water in West Africa, thus creating a sustainable competitive advantage for Nigeria going forward.
It is the shared ambition of the Nigeria Port Authority (NPA) and BPDL that the Badagry Deep Sea Port serves as a primary catalyst for the sustainable economic development of the greater Lagos State and wider Nigeria going forward. It will subsequently provide a quality solution for the anticipated future shortage of multi-cargo capacity and ensure that the infrastructure of Lagos State is sufficient enough to support the growing Nigerian and West African markets for the foreseeable future. The project should also be a catalyst for job creation in the region and collaborate with the host community to meet their growing needs