From left: General Manager/ Head of Government Relations, Lekki Freeport Terminal LFT, Mr. Fubara Awanta, CEO LFT, Mr. Denrick Moos, President General Maritime Workers’ Union of Nigeria MWUN, Comrade Prince Adewale Adeyanju and Deputy President General of MWUN, Comrade Tonye Harry during a strategic meeting with the management of Lekki Freeport Terminal in Lagos.

The Lekki Freeport Terminal LFT has held a strategic session with the Maritime Workers’ Union of Nigeria MWUN in line with the company’s policy of promoting synergy, peaceful coexistence with stakeholders and ensuring industrial peace and harmony.

The Lekki Freeport Terminal is a business unit of CMA CGM conglomerate. The LFT is currently the only operator with a 45- year sub -concession agreement from the Lekki Port, which is situated within the Lagos Free Zone to operate the container terminal at the Deep Seaport in Lagos, South West Nigeria.

The strategic meeting, which was at the instance of the management of the LFT had in attendance Chief Executive Officer of the Lekki Freeport Terminal, Denrick Moos, GM/ Head of Government Relations, LFT, Fubara Awanta for the terminal while the President General of MWUN, Comrade Prince Adewale Adeyanju and the Deputy President General Comrade Tonye Harry represented the leadership of the union.

The LFT CEO Moos, while speaking at the strategic meeting, disclosed that the company’s decision to convene the meeting was in line with measures to sustain peaceful co-existence and synergy in Nigeria’s maritime industrial space.

He assured that the company would do everything possible, especially in terms of adopting international best practice in all its operations to ensure synergy, industrial peace and harmony.

The President General however thanked the management for believing in Nigeria’s economy as well as its foresight to promote industrial peace and harmony, which would ultimately ensure huge profits and high returns on investment for all investors.