The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) says it’s anticipating 29 ships laden with petroleum merchandise, meals gadgets and different items on the Lagos ports from July 4 to July 17.
Disclosing this in its publication, ‘Transport Place’, in Lagos on Monday, NPA mentioned the remaining 16 ships anticipated on the port include bulk wheat, bulk sugar, bulk salt, basic cargo, truck, container, butane fuel, bulk gypsum and petrol.
The NPA mentioned that the ships additionally contained bulk sugar, container, bulk wheat, basic cargo, bulk coal, bulk urea, bulk fertiliser, petrol and frozen fish.
It mentioned that 18 ships have been already discharging bulk wheat, basic cargo, petrol, frozen fish, bulk fertiliser, ethanol, soya bean, bulk gypsum and car gasoline.
The authority added that 4 different ships had arrived on the ports and have been ready to berth with basic cargo, bulk fertiliser and petrol.
Supply: Peoples Gazette.