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25 ships carrying various products expected at Lagos ports

The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) is expecting 25 ships laden with petroleum products, foods and other goods from Sept. 11 to Sept. 30 at Apapa and Tin-Can Island Ports.

NPA made this known in its daily publication ‘Shipping Position’ made available to newsmen in Lagos on Tuesday.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that seven of the 25 ships will sail in with petrol.

The other 18 ships are carrying buck wheat, general cargo, diesel, bulk fertiliser and containers of different goods.

According to NPA, 11 ships have arrived the ports waiting to berth with bulk fertiliser, buckwheat, containers and petrol

25 ships carrying various products expected at Lagos ports was last modified: September 11th, 2018 by Francis Belux
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