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Fourteen vessels with petroleum products, others to berth at Lagos ports: NPA

“Three vessels are also waiting to berth with crude oil and cargo,” it said.

• February 12, 2024
Lagos Port
Lagos Port

The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) says 14 ships are expected to berth at the Lagos ports.

NPA, in its “Daily Shipping Position” on Monday, said that three of the expected vessels would berth with petrol and another two with general cargo.

“The remaining seven vessels will berth with containers of different goods: bulk wheat, bulk clinker, fresh fish, base oil, bulk gypsum, salt, cable and pallets.

“Three vessels are also waiting to berth with crude oil and cargo,” it said.


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