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Ibom Deep Sea Port
  • newsLogoTechnical Committee, Master Planners forge infrastructure master plan.

    In a bid to produce the final urban infrastructure concept for the successful takeoff of the construction of the Ibom Deep Seaport and Ibom Industrial City (IIC) in Akwa Ibom State, the Technical Committee for the actualization of the seaport project, on Monday met with the master planners of the IIC to incorporate their plans for a world class infrastructure master plan.

  • newsLogoFederal Government Reiterates Support for Ibom Deep Sea Port

    Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, the Vice President of the Federal Republic Nigeria at a Town Hall meeting in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State capital on Thursday emphasized the importance of the Ibom Deep Sea Port project, saying that, the Federal Government is seriously committed to its realization.

  • newsLogoFG grants 50-year concessions to deep Sea Port Projects

    Federal Government has approved a 50-yr concession for Ibom Deep Sea Port (IDSP) to help attract investors, as stakeholders have declared the project most viable in the West and Central African region.
    Both the Federal Ministry of Transport and the Infrastructure Concession Regulatory Commission (ICRC), which confirmed the long concession period, last week, at the Ibom Deep Sea Port stakeholders visioning workshop, held in Uyo, Akwa Ibom state, also affirmed that only three deep seaports in Nigeria had been captured in the nation’s port development master plan.

  • newsLogoHub status beckons for Ibom deep seaport

    Encouraged by flourishing maritime trade and oil production ventures along West Africa’s coast, Akwa Ibom State and indeed Nigeria, is primed for rapid transition to become West and Central Africa’s transshipment hub when operations commence at the Ibom deep seaport (IDSP).
    The IDSP is part of a game-changing Ibom Industrial City (IIC) project, that will become the cargo gateway for the vast south-south, south-east, north-central and north-eastern Nigerian markets. The mega-port will accommodate Panama plus class vessels and provide strategic services to markets in West and Central Africa, in a bid to reduce the pressure associated with transshipment cargo at Lagos ports.

  • newsLogoIbom Deep Seaport: Nigeria’s emerging maritime masterstroke

    Strategically situated in the Gulf of Guinea among about 19 countries requiring seaport and ancillary maritime services, the proposed Ibom Deep Sea Port (IDSP) project arguably boasts of a comparative and economic advantage far above its contemporaries mooted or presently under construction across various regions in Nigeria.
    On its eastern flank, the IDSP is straddled by Cameroun, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea, Central African Republic (CAR), Chad and Niger, while on the western flank, the Republic of Benin, Togo, Cote D’Ivoire, Ghana, Guinea Bissau, Burkina Faso, Sierra Leone, Gambia, Liberia and Senegal all present convincing economic and commercial opportunities for trade development.

Contact Us

Mfon Ekong Usoro, Chairperson
Akwa Ibom State Technical Committee for the Realization of Ibom Industrial City (TC IIC)
25 Esuene Street, off Olusegun Obasanjo Way,
Uyo,  Akwa Ibom State
Email:     mfon@idsp.ak.gov.ng

 

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