No fewer than 24 vessels laden with frozen fish, wheat, bulk sugar, bulk gypsum among others are expected to berth at the Lagos and Tin-Can Island Ports from September 5 to September 21, 2022.
The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) in its bulletin “Shipping Position” revealed that the vessels are expected to discharge their consignments at the different terminals in Lagos.
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It said top among the list of items to be discharged are bulk sugar, container, bulk wheat, bulk gypsum, and frozen fish.
According to NPA, other items expected at the port are general cargo, butane gas and petrol.
It also stated that 21 ships were already discharging bulk wheat, general cargo, petrol, frozen fish, pet coke, container, bulk urea, butane gas and gasoline at the ports.
The authority added that three other ships had arrived at the ports and were waiting to berth with gasoline and petrol.