33 ships expected at Lagos ports with food, petroleum products




Thirty three ships laden with containers,
foods and petroleum products are expected to arrive Lagos ports from
Feb. 12 to Feb. 27.
The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) stated this in its daily
publication, ``Shipping Position’’, made available to newsmen on
Friday in Lagos.

It said that 13 of the expected ships would arrive the ports with
containers, while 10 others would arrive with rice, buckwheat, bulk
sugar and frozen fish.

The publication explained that six ships would arrive with general
cargo, while the remaining four ships would sail in with petrol, base
oil and kerosene.

It stated that 17 ships had arrived the ports with general cargo,
foods and petroleum products.
According to the document, six of the ships arrived at the ports with rice, while two others sailed in with general cargo.

It indicated that seven ships laden with petrol had also arrived,
while two ships brought in containers and diesel.