Nigeria Ports Authority say they expect 99 ships in June


LAGOS – The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) on Wednesday said that 99 ships, carrying various products, would sail into Lagos ports from June 5 to June 29.

This was disclosed by NPA daily publication, “Shipping Position”, released to newsmen in Lagos.
The publication said that the ships would be carrying petroleum products, bulk fertilizer, new and used vehicles, rice and frozen fish.

wpid-SeaportIt said some of the ships would also carry steel products, bulk salt, general cargo, bulk gypsum, bulk wheat, containerized goods and crude palm-oil.

The publication said that four ships, namely MV. Orient Tiger, MV. Apollon, MV. Sentosa and MV. Tai Hawk, were waiting to berth at Josep Dam Terminals and ENL Consortium in Apapa.

It said that 13 fuel laden ships were also waiting to berth and discharge kerosene, petrol and bulk gas.
The document also said that the ships would berth at Single Buoy Mooring (SBM), New Oil Jetty (NOJ), Atlas Cove Jetty (ACJ) and Bulk Oil Plant (BOP).


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