The West Africa Container Terminal (WACT) is located in Onne port, part of the Onne Oil and Gas Free Zone. In addition to excellent hinterland connections to the rest of Nigeria, the Terminal offers excellent customer service, trained operators, modern handling equipment and superior e-commerce capabilities.
West Africa Container Terminal (WACT) was one of the first green field container terminal to be built in Nigeria under public private partnership. The terminal is capable of receiving vessels up to 4,500 TEU.
The West Africa Container Terminal operates 24 hours per day, 365 days per year - including public holiday. It uses the latest digital technology to provide you real-time access to your container status, online payments and invoicing, and the option of booking additional services online.
Facilities & Equipment
- Mobile Habour Crane: 4
- Equipment Handlers: 4
- Fork Lift: 10
- Terminal Truck: 33
- RTGs: 8
- Annual Capacity: 314,000 TEU
- Berth length: 570m
- Depth alongside: 12m
- Reefer plugs: 375
- Yard Area: 25 hectares
- Operation type: Ships gear & MHC
WACT uses the latest Terminal Operating System technology to provide customers with real-time visibility of their cargo status. Customers can also order terminal services instantly and book and pay online using the platform, rather than visiting the terminal. This helps companies handle their cargo movements throughout Nigeria more effectively and efficiently.
Why choose WACT?
- Competitive Terminal Charges
- Book and pay for services online
- No congestion at berth or terminal
- Prompt discharge and delivery
- WACT receives empty containers 24/7 saving you storage and truck holding costs (Drivers must have delivery advice/EIR issued for loading/exit)
- Competitive haulage to East, North East and Central Nigeria
- Real-time container’s availability tracking for customers
- All shipping line offices, customs offices and banks are located within terminal premises
- Minimal customer waiting time and prompt response to customer requests