The Port Manager of Tin Can Island Port Complex (TCIPC), Mr. Babatunde Longe, has tasked port users to imbibe international best practices and join hands with the port management to serve them satisfactorily.
Speaking against the backdrop of the international customer service week, Longe said: “The management of Tin Can Island Port Complex, Apapa, wishes its stakeholders in the community a very memorable customer service celebrations as the world marks servicom week.
“Against this backdrop therefore, we wish to enjoin all port users to imbibe international best practices in line with greater customer satisfaction which is rooted in our operational efficiency amidst intense security and safety with innovation even as we aspire to be the best amongst equals in the sub-region.
“It would be appreciated also if all hands are on deck so we can blaze the trail of excellence with customer service being top priority, thereby making us key players in the maritime sector in the sub-region and driving us closest to the long aspired hub status in the rub-region.”
He said that management of TCIPC will continue to lead the way “in greater and more efficient customer service delivery, as our core essence in Tin Can Island Port Complex still remains a most efficient customer service”.
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