LAGOS – Six ships laden with 157,200 tonnes of petrol have arrived Lagos ports awaiting to berth the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports.
The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) stated this in its daily publication – `Shipping Position’ in Lagos on Thursday.
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The publication indicated that 10 other ships containing kerosene, aviation fuel, base oil, bulk rice and containers were also waiting to berth.[pro_ad_display_adzone id=”10″]
It noted that 33 other ships were expected to arrive at the ports from March 26 to April 19.
The publication stated that the expected ships would sail in with petrol, aviation fuel, kerosene, fish, general cargo, bulk wheat, steel products, vehicles and bulk sugar.
It stated that 26 other ships were discharging crude palm oil, soya beans, rice, fish, bulk salt, fertilisers, containers, general cargo, steel products, petrol, bulk gas, diesel, base oil and bulk gypsum. (NAN)