104 ships carrying petrol, sugar, others expected in Lagos early December

Lagos Port [Photo: naijabizcom.com]

The ships are laden with various products

The Nigerian Ports Authority, NPA, on Wednesday said that 104 ships were expected at the various terminals in Lagos ports from December 5 to December 30.

In its daily publication, “Shipping Position’’, made available to newsmen in Lagos, the NPA said that some of the ships were laden with used and new vehicles, fresh fish, bulk wheat and bulk sugar.

The other ships are carrying containers, petroleum products, gypsum, base oil, steel products and bulk malt.

It said that two ships, laden with bulk sugar, were waiting to berth and discharge their contents at Josepdam and Ladol Terminals.

The document said that 15 ships laden with petrol, diesel, kerosene and aviation fuel would also berth and discharge their products at the oil terminals within the ports.

The fuel-laden ships would berth in Atlas Cove Jetty, Bulk Oil Plant, Single Buoy Mooring, New Oil Jetty and Petroleum Wharf, Apapa.


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