JPS has silos and tanks ranging from different sizes used to store both the wet and bulk cargoes. JPS provides world class services to major Nigerian importers of paper reels, hard boards, cars and project cargo per annum. With a fully dedicated 8,774 square meters warehouse and a fleet of forklifts, and other equipment specifically designed and equipped to handle paper reels, project cargo combined with staff experience in dealing with cargo, no matter how big or small, JPS is most suitable to handle all general and project cargo needs.
Dry Bulk has always been an important commodity in Nigeria, and with an ever increasing population, demand is increasing for access to vital food commodities and minerals. Whilst the Federal Government is making a concerted effort to reduce the level of importation into the country, demand for wheat in Nigeria is forecasted to grow to 10 million tons by 2020 out of which over half will be handled by the Ports of Lagos. JPS is one of the leading dry bulk specialists in Lagos, with a throughput of 1.1 million tons in 2012, JPS has the wherewithal to discharge Wheat, Sugar, Malt, Salt and Fertilizer. The terminal offers onsite bagging services.
The movement of liquid bulk cargo from the tanker is undertaken by the means of pipes connected to the shore-based storage tanks. Pumping equipment is provided in the tanker storage, but not on the quayside. From there by means of shore-based loading arms of liquid products is transferred to the shore manifold and is then distributed at the shore-based storage tanks on the terminal.