Calabar Port Complex
COMMITTED TO OPERATION EFFICIENCY AND CUSTOMER FRIENDLY SERVICES
Historically, Calabar port served as an important focus of trade with the outside world for the Eastern States and a natural harbour for the Northern States of Nigeria right from the pre-colonial and colonial times.
The Old Port was privately administered and operated by various shipping companies until December 1969 when the Federal Government took over the inadequate Calabar Port facilities from the erstwhile operators and vested it on the Nigerian Port Authority.
The development, modernization and expansion of the Calabar port was embarked upon under the 3rd National Development Plan of 1975–1980 in order to upgrade the port facility to cope with the ever increasing demand of our economy. The new port complex was commissioned on 9th June, 1979 and lies 45 nautical mile (about84km) upstream from Fairway Buoy.
- 2 Berths (Millerio & Jackson Jetty) with total quay length of 88 metres
- 4 Warehouses
Today, Calabar Port Complex comprises the following: the Old Port, the New Port and the Dockyard; and has jurisdiction over Crude Oil Terminals at Antan, Odudu, Yoho, QuaIboe; and other jetties at NIWA, McIver, NNPC, ALSCON, Dozzy, Northwest. The three Terminals of Calabar Port are operated by world class Terminal Operators; namely: ECM Terminal Ltd, INTELS Nigeria Ltd and Shoreline Logistics Nigeria Limited.
Calabar port’s profile in the oil and gas industry is fast gaining prominences as
- 4 Quays each measuring 215m long 40m wide
- 3 Transit sheds each measuring 17m × 40m
- 2 warehouse measuring 150× 40m and 175m×40m
- Stacking Area of 35,000 sqr.m.
increasing number of Petroleum importers are finding it convenient to use the port due to the safe, serene and stress-free environment. Moreover, the presence of Calabar Free Trade Zone (CFTZ) within the Port offers unique advantage to investors in terms of duty waivers and other incentives. Besides, over 160 hectares of virgin land have been set aside for new port development investors
Us at a Glance!
Lat005 01’00”N Long 008 19’00”E
3433, 3434, and 1862 ADMIRALTY
· FAIRWAY TO Turning Basin 45n. Mis.
· Width of channel. 150 metres
· Depth at Bar 7.2 metres
· Mean High Water Spring (MHWS) 3.1m
· Mean Low Water Spring (MLWS) 0.6m
· Tidal Range 2.5m.
· 13 metres (New Port Quay)
· Parrot Island between
· Buoys No 24 and 25
· Depth 8 metres
· 3 Vessels anchorage position
· Compulsory for craft exceeding 20 Metres Length (LOA)
· Plus 50 Gross Tonnage or more
HPOF, LPFO and AGO mode of supply Road Tankers
LENGTH OF QUAY
860.41metres fendered for the New And 88 metres for the old port
860 metres fendered.
Our business is to make your import and export dreams come true by providing efficient port service system that guarantee quick turnaround time of vessels and faster cargo clearance process
Take advantage of our services today!
Mrs Olufunmilayo Olotu