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Six ships carrying diesel, crude oil to berth at Lagos ports: NPA

In its ”Daily Shipping Position,” NPA said two expected vessels would berth with diesel.

• June 11, 2024
Ships at Lagos port used to illustrate the story.
Ships at Lagos port used to illustrate the story[ Photo Credit: The Guardian Nigeria]

The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), on Tuesday, said six ships were waiting to berth at the Lagos ports.

In its ”Daily Shipping Position,” NPA said two expected vessels would berth with diesel.

It said the remaining expected vessel would berth with container, fuel oil, aviation fuel and crude oil.

“A ship is presently waiting to berth with cargo. Two other ships are waiting to discharge petrol and crude oil,” NPA said.

It also said four ships were waiting to berth at Lekki Deep Sea Port with bulk clinker, fuel oil, container and aviation fuel.


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