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22 ships discharge petroleum products, others at Lagos ports – NPA

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Written by Maritime First

The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), on Tuesday, said that 22 ships had arrived at the Lagos Port Complex discharging petrol and other items.

It listed the items being discharged as bulk wheat, general cargo, frozen fish, container, crude soya oil, ethanol, butane gas, bulk urea, and petrol.

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The authority said that 21 other ships expected to arrive at the port between Sept. 20 to Sept.28 were carrying bulk wheat, general cargo, frozen fish, bulk sugar, bulk salt, and automobile gasoline.

Others expected it listed as bulk gypsum, base oil, bulk urea, ethanol, petrol, and containers.

It indicated that one other ship had arrived at the port and was waiting to berth with petrol.

 

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