The Kaduna Inland Dry Port has emphasized its commitment to ensuring efficient and improved service delivery in 2021. The envisaged improved service entails better services to its clients and wooing more partners in the days ahead.
The management of the he Kaduna Inland Dry Port hopes to woo more partners by offering better services to its clients.
This is according to a report by the Nigerian Television Authority.
Speaking to the News Agency of Nigeria in Kaduna State on Wednesday, the Port Manager, Mr. Rotimi Hassan, said, “We want to put the setbacks caused by COVID-19 pandemic behind us and strategize to ensure economic activities pick up beginning from next year.
“We want to create the necessary awareness and publicity on our services, so that people can use this place as their final port for exports from the northern part of the country.
“In the northern part of the country, there are so many exporting activities like the export of ginger, tiger nuts, sesame seeds, many other cash crops and solid minerals,’’ he said.
In his concluding remarks, Mr. Hassan implored the Federal Government to expedite the rehabilitation of existing rail lines across the country and expand them so as to decongest the roads.