Four ships with petrol expected at Lagos ports
The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) said on Friday that four out of the 26 ships expected at Lagos ports were laden with petrol.
It said that the remaining 22 ships expected at the port contain bulk wheat, general cargo, bulk sugar, container, bulk steam coal, automobile gasoline, frozen fish, bulk gypsum, base oil, steel products and bulk fertiliser.
The NPA in its daily Shipping Position added that the ships were expected to arrive at the Lagos Port Complex from July 22 to July 31.
It said that another seven ships containing general cargo, bulk wheat, bulk gypsum, container and petrol were waiting to berth.
It said that 18 other ships were also discharging bulk wheat, frozen fish, bulk sugar, container, petrol, butane gas, general cargo, bulk wheat, automobile gasoline, jet fuel and bulk urea.
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