5 ships with petroleum products to berth at Lagos ports

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By Guardian Nigeria

24 January 2023   |   7:12 pm

The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) on Tuesday said that five ships had arrived the Lagos Port Complex waiting to berth with petroleum products.

The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) on Tuesday said that five ships had arrived the Lagos Port Complex waiting to berth with petroleum products.

It listed the products as petrol, jet fuel, automobile gasoline and base oil.

The authority said that 22 other ships are expected at the port from Jan. 24 to Feb. 9.

It listed the items expected as general cargo, base oil, petrol, truck, container, frozen fish, bulk sugar, bulk gypsum, bulk wheat, bulk salt, jet fuel, automobile gasoline and bulk fertilizer.

It said that 15 other ships were discharging frozen fish, general cargo, container, bulk sugar, bulk coal, base oil, petrol and bulk urea.

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