Intels solutions are bespoke packages of services, port facilities, equipment and personnel, adjusted to each client.
Companies in the Oil & Gas sector receiving cargos from overseas can stock their goods at our bases, in a client dedicated area, thus ensuring delivery to their final destination in a prompt and secure fashion.
In Nigeria (as in most of other West African countries), all movement of barges, tugs and support vessels into and out of bases, channels and waterways are subject to government rules and regulations; compulsory pilotage and a declaration with the relative law enforcement agencies are required.
Intels acts as a Charterer’s Agent, to ensure efficiency in the booking and clearing procedures of vessels, thereby reducing delays and providing efficiency and cost-productiveness beneficial to the industry.
Intels invests in top-of-the-line equipment for the maritime and logistics sector - thanks to many agreements with the world leading manufacturers, our customers will be able to take advantage of state-of-the-art machinery and vehicles, increasing their working performances due the efficiency of our service.
Intels's workshop is equipped for the maintenance and repair of all equipment. Thanks to our skilled technicians, we can assure a high-quality standard of all our machinery.
After 30 years in the field, Intels is well aware of its clients’ needs, offering comprehensive support at any type of port facility. To cope with its clients’ operations, a wide offer includes pipe racks, stacking areas, warehousing, dedicated enclosed areas, jetties, offices, water tanks, fuel storage, generators, compressors and a variety of other services and facilities as required.
Intels' logistics areas have a direct connection to the quay, offering an ideal solution for large companies set in the Nigeria Oil and Gas business. Our customers can operate in total security within their dedicated area, whose surveillance is on duty 24/7.
Moreover, Oil & Gas Free Zones offer many advantages, meaning that storage, handling, processing and transformation of goods within them are unlimited, according to the legislation in force.