Â KANO â€” As part of its commitment to the developing the domestic LP Gas (cooking gas) market in Nigeria, Gas Terminalling, a subsidiary of Linetrale Gas and an integrated logistics company hasÂ commissioned its newly upgraded plant in Kano.
The plant, according to the Managing of the company,Â Mr. Felix Ekundayo.Â was upgraded by EFG Plant and Engineering Industries, USA.
According to him, theÂ newly upgraded Kano plant now has a processing capacity of over 5,000 cylinders per day. The facilities at the plant comprise four automatic LP Gas filling scales with the capability to fill up 240 different sizes of cylinders per hour. The plant, he said, had the capacity to expand to eight scales in total, if required, among other facilites.
According to, Ekundayo, “prior to the upgrading of the Kano plant, Gas Terminalling had acquired secondary depots in Kano, Abuja and Ijora in Lagos.Â The company is in the process of upgrading its Abuja facility, which should be completed at the end of this month.Â The flagship Ijora plant is expected to be commissioned towards the end of the year following receipt of major equipment components earlier this year.
“The vision of Gas Terminalling is to establish our company as the primary LP Gas logistics service provider covering: NLGs production, LPGas terminals, Gas Distribution (Marine Road) and LP Gas depots. The company is committed to making LP Gas, an abundant natural resource in Nigeria, widely available and affordable.”