250 trucks expected at Lagos ports

 A total of 250 trucks are expected to arrive at the Lagos Ports, the Nigerian Ports Authority said on Wednesday in Lagos.
The NPA disclosed this in its daily publication, the ' Shipping Position.'
According to the NPA, the trucks will arrive in one ship among the 54 ships it is expecting at the ports from Oct. 29 to Nov. 30.

It said that 19 of the expected ships would sail into the ports with containers while 15 other would bring in food items.
The NPA said the food items include rice in bags, bulk malt, frozen fish, buckwheat and crude palm oil.
Petroleum products including kerosine, petrol, aviation fuel, diesel and base oil will arrive at the ports in 11 ships, the NPA said.
It added that the remaining eight ships would sail in with general cargo.
Meanwhile, 13 ships laden with petroleum products have arrived at the ports and waiting to berth, the NPA said.
It also said that an additional seven ships are to discharge food items including rice, buckwheat and soya bean.
Three other ships are waiting to discharge containers as shown in the breakdown.
The ships would sail into various port terminals including the single buoy mooring and the new oil jetty among others.