13 Ships Arrive Lagos With Petroleum Products, Port Authority Says


The Nigerian Ports Authority, NPA, on Wednesday announced that thirteen ships laden with petrol, diesel, bulk gas and aviation fuel have arrived the ports in Lagos.

NPA indicated that 33 ships were still being expected at the ports from October 21 to November 5, noting that 11 of the expected ships would arrive with frozen fish, bulk sugar, bulk wheat and bulk salt.

It also noted that 10 ships would sail in with containers, while six others would sail in with general cargo, adding that diesel petrol, base oil, bulk gas and aviation fuel were expected in six ships.

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