Eighteen ships are presently discharging petroleum merchandise and different commodities at Apapa and Tin-Can Island ports in Lagos, the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) mentioned on Friday.
NPA defined that the ships have been on the ports discharging bulk wheat, petrol, empty containers, normal cargo, bulk fertiliser, bulk gypsum, aviation gasoline and buthane.
Gistnation studies that 22 ships laden with petroleum merchandise, meals objects and different items are anticipated to reach Lagos ports between Jan. thirteen and Jan. 28.
NPA mentioned that the anticipated ships would ferry into the nation base oil, normal cargoes, containers, aviation gas, bulk gypsum, diesel, empty container, bulk fertiliser, frozen fish and petrol.
Gistnation studies that 23 ships have been anticipated on Jan. 10; 22 ships on Jan eleven and 22 ships anticipated on Jan. 12.
The doc famous that 4 ships had arrived the ports, ready to berth with bulk fertiliser, frozen fish and petrol.
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