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Indorama Petrochemical Plant - Port Harcourt

Work has already commenced to build the largest fertilizer plant in Africa (and one of the largest in the world) and also a Methanol Plant here as well. The complex currently includes a Olefins plant, Poly Ethylene / Butene and Poly Propylene Plants

The complex covers 400 acres of land



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Notore Urea Fertilizer Plant (The only Urea Fertilizer plant in Subsahran Africa)

Apapa Milling Complex - Lagos

The Apapa Milling facility has the capacity of producing 8,000 metric tons which is the largest in Africa and the second largest single flour milling site in the world.
Speaking at his introduction to stockbroking community and closing of last week’s Bell Ringing Ceremony at the Exchange, the newly appointed GMD stated that the company would continue to make huge investments to consolidate the company’s food and agro-allied businesses and achieve broad diversification for the good of the nation’s economy and all stakeholders.
According to him, “In September 2012, we commissioned our ultra-milling complex named West Mill which was a major investment in a new milling system. West Mill is the state-of-the-art milling facility built at the cost of approximately US$65 million to accommodate golden penny offals sales growth for the next five years.
New Facility in the Complex "West Mills" - it was completed last year





The Aba Malting Plant (The World's largest sorghum malting plant) - Commissioned 2009


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Escravos Gas-to-Liquids Plant (Niger Delta)

Julius Berger participated as the principal civil engineering contractor for the Chevron Escravos Gas-to-Liquids facility. A major accomplishment was
the construction of a specialized wharf that made delivery and unloading of two 2,200 ton reactors possible. Throughout the lifetime of the project, zero
fatalities and a record of 11.2 million man hours without accidents or injuries were achieved
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Procter & Gamble Factory - Ibadan (Courtesy of Cranes R Us Nigeria)

Procter & Gamble's factory in Ibadan, 75 miles from Lagos, cranks out diapers, detergent and feminine pads sold in Nigeria and beyond. Pampers diapers, especially, are in rapid production.



 

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BUA Flour Mills - Tin Can Island (Lagos) - (Courtesy of Cranes R Us Nigeria)



 
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Ajaokuta - Kogi State courtesy of tharparkarman

 

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Lagos Port Courtesy of Orlean Invest

Existing (Above), Expansion (By 2015 - Below)

 

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Courtesy of A.Schroeder

BUA Sugar Refinery Apapa

 

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Courtesy of http://www.orleaninvest.com/

WAMS Machinery and Services - Onne Oil & Gas Free Trade Zone (Niger Delta)

150 million dollars is currently being invested in the new facility according to the latest technologies for inspection and diagnosis for repair and fleet management and will meet the high criteria for a successful maintenance site. Through the development of WAMS’ modernfully equipped maintenance facility WAMS like to call “Machinery Town”, WAMS will be able to gather all its activities under one roof therefore providing faster response time to clients.
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Courtesy of http://www.orleaninvest.com/

West Atlantic Shipyard - Onne Oil & Gas Free Trade Zone (Niger Delta)

WAS specialises and builds for the offshore industry, aluminium and steel vessels up to 110m in length. 29 boats have been built since 2005. 622 boats repaired since 2008. One million man-hours produced since 2005 and 85% of added value created locally.

WAS repairs all types of vessels and has become a major support of the shipyard is self-sufficient in terms of electrical energy and freshwater; and implements a waste management policy in compliance with Nigerian and International requirement the offshore fleet in West Africa.
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