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Ships discharging petrol, fertilizer, other items at Lagos port: NPA

The authority said that 15 other ships were expected to arrive at the port between May 19 and May 28.

• May 19, 2022
Lagos port
Lagos port

The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) on Thursday said that 25 ships  arrived at the Lagos Port Complex and were discharging petrol and other items.

The NPA, in its daily Shipping Position, said  the ships were discharging bulk wheat, general cargo, frozen fish, bulk salt, bulk fertiliser, base oil, container, steam coal, bulk gypsum, automobile gasoline and petrol.

The authority said that 15 other ships were expected to arrive at the port between May 19 and May 28.

It listed the expected items as bulk wheat, general cargo, frozen fish, bulk sugar, butane gas and containers.

It indicated that 12  others had arrived the port and were waiting to berth with base oil, bulk sugar,  bulk wheat, frozen fish, soya bean meal and petrol. 


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