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NPA expects 15 ships this week, as 16 berths at Lagos ports



Chinazor Megbolu    |   

The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), at the weekend said it’s expecting 15 ships between  January 16 and January 29, 2021, even as it disclosed that 16 ships had already berthed at the Lagos ports.

The maritime industry apex regulator also noted that the 16 ships that berthed were already discharging petroleum products and food stuff.

The NPA, made this known in its publication, Shipping Position, stating that the goods being discharged were general cargo, bulk wheat, frozen fish, butane gas, base oil, fuel, bulk fertilizer and sodium carbonate.

The NPA management in its shipping position report pointed out that four other ships had arrived the ports, waiting to berth with bulk wheat, bulk sugar and petrol, while expecting an additional 15 ships loaded with petroleum products, food items and other goods.

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