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NPA expects 87 ships at ports

By on April 8, 2013

The Nigerian Ports Authority has said that 87 ships would sail into the nation’s ports between April 5 and April 30.

The NPA disclosed this in its daily report “Shipping Position” released in Lagos on Friday.

“The expected ships will be laden with used and new vehicles, frozen fish, base oil, bulk urea, general cargo, containers, and petroleum products. Other ships will arrive with steel, bulk corn, and crude palm oil”, it said.

NPA said that the ships would berth at ENL Consortium, Josepdam, Tin-Can Island Container Terminal, Five Star Logistics, Apapa Bulk Terminal and APM Terminals.

The other terminals are Greenview Development Nigeria, Ibafon Terminal and Josep Dam.

The NPA also disclosed that 11 ships laden with petroleum products were waiting to berth at various ports in Lagos.

It said that four other ships, laden with bulk malt, bulk wheat, and fish, were waiting to berth at some other designated ports.