Truck Transit Parks

 

The Nigerian Shippers’ Council is promoting the development of Truck Transit Park projects across the country on a Public Private Partnership in line with the Federal Government Policy direction to address the infrastructure deficit in the country, provide short-term resting place for truck drivers on long distance travels and reduce loss to life and cargo caused by accidents arising from fatigue.

A Truck Transit Park (TTP) is a public rest area located off the road, designed to provide temporary rest location for truck drivers. It is primarily intended for short-term breaks and also long-term parking services where truck drivers can get fuel, food, restrooms, shower and basic supplies like oil and spare parts as well as servicing and repairs of haulage vehicles.
The Truck Transit Parks will have the following facilities: Gas Station, Hotel and Motel, Restaurants, Mechanic Workshop, Fire Station, Police Post, Automated Cargo Tracking System.

The main objectives of the project and the anticipated benefits are:
a.    To promote safety and security of cargoes and haulage vehicles while in transit.
b.    To reduce pilferage and theft of cargoes while in transit.
c.    To afford cargo owners the means to monitor the movement of cargoes through a cargo tracking system to be located in respective TTPs.
d.    To improve transit and trade with landlocked neighbouring countries.

Feasibility study has been conducted for the establishment of Truck Transit Parks in the locations stated below.  The market analysis as well as the business and operating model addressed the supply gap for a modern TTP.  The financial models evaluate the economic viability of the project and strongly indicate that the project is worthwhile under different financing options.
⦁    Lokoja, Kogi State
⦁    Obollo-Afor, Enugu State
⦁    Jebba, Kwara State
⦁    Ore, Ondo State
⦁    Ogere, Ogun State
⦁    Porto Novo Creek, Lagos state
⦁    Onitsha, Anambra State
⦁    Mararaban Jos, Kaduna State

Prospective investors wishing to develop TTPs may apply to the Nigerian Shippers’ Council stating the following information to:

The Executive Secretary/CEO
Nigerian Shippers’ Council,
Otunba Ayodele Soyode Lane,
(Formerly Park Lane), Apapa,
Lagos State.

or

The Executive Secretary/CEO
Nigerian Shippers’ Council,
Plot 437, Michael Okpara Way,
Wuse Zone 5, Abuja,
FCT.


PROJECT INFORMATION
a.    Project Name and Proposed Location.
b.    Detailed description of the project or services covering Market, Technical, Economic and Financial Aspects.
c.    Estimated Demand to be Served Annually.
d.    Economic and Social Benefits of the Project.
e.    Technical Description of the Physical Infrastructure.
f.    Estimated Project Value.
g.    A Business Plan or a Feasibility Study Report.

PROPONENTS INFORMATION
a.    Company Profile and Ownership Structure.
b.    Certificate of Incorporation at Corporate Affairs Commission.
c.    Current Tax Clearance Certificate and VAT Registration.
d.    Evidence or Ownership or Experience in the Management of Transport Infrastructure.
e.    Audited Financial Statements for the last three (3) years.
f.    A list of major Shareholders, Board of Directors, Management and their Curriculum Vitae.

 

Truck Transit Parks

TTP LOCATIONS