WE OFFER RELIABLE, SAFE AND EFFICIENT OPERATIONS
WITH A CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT FOCUS.
JPS is one of the leading terminals in Nigeria, with three berths totaling 484 meters in length.
Josepdam Port Services Nigeria Ltd. is the terminal operator of Tincan terminal A, that was successful in 2006 to gain the concession agreement with Nigerian Ports Authority. JPS has put in a new investment development plan that will see more than USD $50 million injected into the terminal to improve the services delivered. JPS staffs are professionals, well trained and positioned for excellence. The Terminal is a common user/multipurpose Terminal. In addition , it is our duty to contribute to smooth and safe port operations
Josepdam Port Services Nigeria Ltd. is located on the South Eastern edge of Tincan Island. Located 6* 25′ North and 3* 21.3′ East.
Our Mission Statement
Our Mission is to attain and maintain a position of a conglomerate from concept and planning to execution.
We will achieve this with a highly skilled professional team working together, using common sense and practical experience.
We will seek to enhance our competitive position through the formation of strategic alliances with all the relevant stakeholders.
To be the leading independent conglomerate with a diversified portfolio of business interests and the preferred energy value chain partner in the West Africa sub-region.
Actively manage our core business to extract value as well as build capabilities and recruit talent to develop a pool of leaders to actualize the Company’s Aspirations.
Josepdam Port Services Nig. Ltd
Tincan Island 2nd Gate,
Josepdam Port Services Nigeria limited is glad to welcome the New Port Manager, Engineer Ibrahim Y. Anji to our Terminal on his familiarization tour. The Port Manager in a brief remark points out that the traffic in and around Apapa is of a big concern but that a system is in the making toJanuary 13, 2021
As the dust raised from #EndSARS protests gradually settles, more sympathisers are still besieging the Lagos headquarters of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) to express solidarity with the management over the attack and vandslisation of the premises by hoodlums, who masqueraded as protesters. The latest in this regard is one of the terminal operators,January 11, 2021