To enhance its operation, ENL Consortium Ltd, which runs Terminals C and D of the Lagos Port Complex (LPC) in Apapa, has named two women to top positions.
Ms. Bolanle Onagoruwa becomes the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Infrastructure and Business Development, and Dr Kemi Jorge-Oyewusi, Administrative Coordinator, Oyo State/South West States Projects.
Their appointments took effect from July 4.
The Chairman, Prince Clement Adesuyi Haastrup, the Executive Vice Chairman & CEO Ports of the Consortium, Princess Vicky Haastrup and the board expressed confidence in the women, saying they would propel the company into its next phase of strategic growth.
The appointments, the board said, were in line with the firm’s determination to make a difference in the corporate world.
The determination, they said, won ENL recognition locally and internationally.
ENL Port & Terminal was declared winner in the Category of Port & Container Development – Africa at the 2015 edition of the Seatrade Maritime Awards held in Madinat, Dubai.
ENL Consortium is in a Public-Private-Partnership of Build-Operate and Transfer with Oyo State Government on the N70 billion Ibadan Circular Road project.
It was founded in Nigeria in 2002 primarily to bring together expertise in utility management.
ENL Consortium is an indigenous company and specialist in infrastructural development, covering housing, road/bridge construction, power projects, port operations, solid minerals and hospitality.
It operates the biggest single sea port in West Africa. It is also the developer of the Paradise Hills Estate in Apo, Abuja, in partnership with the Federal Housing Authority.
The company is partnering the Oyo State Government under a Public -Private-Build-Operate and Transfer arrangement to construct and operate the East-End Wing of the Ibadan Circular Road project.