Meanwhile, indigenous port concenssionaires, SIFAX Group, said in compliance with the social distancing directives of the government in order to slow down the spread of the COVID-19 disease and a reinforcement of our safety protocols, it had scaled down operations across its subsidiaries.
“As a company that operates in the essential services industry, our core operations and technical personnel will be on ground while the non-essential departments will either maintain a skeletal service or work from home.
“For the few staff that will be at work and clients that will visit our business premises, necessary protective gears, thermometer checks, hand sanitisers, gloves and nose masks have been provided to keep them safe while the clinic at our port terminal in Tin Can Island Port, Lagos is open round the clock to attend to any emergencies,” the company said on Thursday.
The mother company of Ports & Cargo Terminals advised customers to contact staffs for any information or enquiries, through the company’s social media platforms and email.
“We urge you all to stay safe and follow all precautions as announced by relevant health authorities,” it concluded.
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