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NPA expects 29 ships with petroleum products, others at Lagos ports

6 ships with petroleum products, others to berth at Lagos ports
Written by Maritime First

The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) says it is expecting 29 ships laden with petroleum products, food items, and other goods from Lagos ports from July 4 to July 17.

NPA disclosed this in its publication, ‘Shipping Position’,  in Lagos on Monday.

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It said that the remaining 16 ships expected at the port contain bulk wheat, bulk sugar, bulk salt, general cargo, truck, container, butane gas, bulk gypsum, and petrol.

The NPA said that the ships also contained bulk sugar, container, bulk wheat, general cargo, bulk coal, bulk urea, bulk fertilizer, petrol, and frozen fish.

It said that 18 ships were already discharging bulk wheat, general cargo, petrol, frozen fish, bulk fertilizer, ethanol, soya bean, bulk gypsum, and automobile gasoline.

The authority added that four other ships had arrived at the ports and were waiting to berth with general cargo, bulk fertilizer, and petrol.

 

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