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Warehouses and storage infrastructure are necessary for the commodity sector and commodities futures trading. These storage facilities are critical to the entire agro commodities value chain for reduction in post harvest losses, quality maintenance, year-round supply of commodity raw materials to end-users are an important building block for transparent transactions in commodity contracts.

Warehousing forms the basic platform of delivery based trading in commodity futures, these warehouses (see map below) are linked to commodity exchanges registered by SEC Nigeria and are open to farmers and owners of commodities who intend to trade their commodities on the exchange.

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Abbreviation: SEC NG
Jurisdiction: Nigeria

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