24 ships to discharge sugar, frozen fish, fuel, others at Lagos port: NPA
The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) on Wednesday said 24 ships conveying assorted goods were expected at Lagos ports from September 21 to October 10.
It listed the items expected at the port as bulk sugar, bulk urea, frozen fish, general cargo, bulk gypsum, bulk wheat, container, bulk salt, automobile gasoline and fuel.
The NPA also stated that 18 ships were already discharging bulk wheat, general cargo, petrol, frozen fish, container, bulk urea, ethanol and butane gas at the ports.
It also said that two other ships had arrived the ports and were waiting to berth with petrol and base oil.
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