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13 ships discharge petroleum products, others at Lagos ports

The other items include general cargo, container, bulk urea, bulk gypsum, automobile gasoline, jet fuel, base oil, soya bean oil, frozen fish and petrol.

• January 31, 2023
Lagos port
Lagos port

The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) on Tuesday said that 13 ships had arrived the Lagos Port Complex and were discharging petrol and other items.

It listed the items as general cargo, container, bulk urea, bulk gypsum, automobile gasoline, jet fuel, base oil, soya bean oil, frozen fish and petrol.

The authority said that 25 other ships expected to arrive the port between January 31 and February 13, with frozen fish, containers, bulk sugar, general cargo, bulk salt, bulk gypsum and petrol.

Others expected are truck, soya bean meal, bulk urea, butane gas, bulk wheat and bulk fertiliser.

It indicated that three other ship had arrived the port and were waiting to berth with base oil, automobile gasoline and petrol.

(NAN)

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