We advise international businesses, companies and corporations on the procedures and processes for the profitable shipping, export, import, marketing, sales and distribution of products and goods through the tax and duty free trade zones in Nigeria
The capital city of Nigeria is Abuja and other major towns and cities include Lagos, Kano, Ibadan, Kaduna, Ogbomosho, Port Harcourt, Benin, Maiduguri, Zaria, Aba, Jos, Ilorin, Oyo, Enugu and Abeokuta
Major Imports, Exports, Industries & Business Opportunities in Nigeria
The economy of Nigeria is dominated by crude oil and petroleum, along with manufacturing and processing industries and agriculture
Nigeria is the largest oil producer in Africa, and amongst the six largest producers in the world, with a reserve of over 20 billion barrels. Nigeria is a leading member of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC).
Nigeria is rich in mineral and resource deposits, including: uranium, gold, coal, diamond and other precious stones, iron-ore, lead, zinc, tin, magnesium, niobium, and Nigeria is the leading producer of columbite in the world.
Rice, cassava, yams, cocoyams, sweet potatoes, sorghum, millet, beans, corn, peanuts, cocoa, plantains, palm oil and kernel, kolanuts, a variety of fruits, vegetables and herbs, goats, sheep, cattle and other livestock, fish, prawns and sea foods are farmed for sale in the domestic market and for export to countries abroad.
The major industries in Nigeria include: drinks, textiles, cement and bricks, food, timber, aluminium, leather, plants; along with coal, diamond, and gold mining; also crude oil exploration and refinery. Crude oil and petroleum products constitute the principal exports of Nigeria.
Business, Commercial & Trade Investment Opportunities in Nigeria
Nigeria gained independence from Britain in 1960. It occupies a total landmass of about 923,768 square kilometres. It is bordered to the north by Niger and Chad, to the south by the Cameroon and the Atlantic Ocean, and to the west by Benin and the Gulf of Guinea. Its climate is tropical, with an average temperature of 860F or 300C.
The country of Nigeria contains a varied terrain, ranging from: savannah grassland, plateaux, highlands, Sahara sands, flatlands, lowlands, lakes, rivers, mangrove swamps, to rich dense tropical rain forest.
The forests and rivers of Nigeria contain: a wealth of wildlife, including monkeys, snakes, a vast variety of birds, multiple insects and butterflies, elephants, antelope, hippopotamuses, crocodiles, leopards, boars, rabbits, porcupine, ostrich, guinea fowl, pythons, wild cattle and horses, and a variety of reptiles; along with palms, baobab, iroko, cotton, mahogany, ebony, acacia, and a large variety of other trees