About 28 commodity laden vessels are expected today at both Apapa and Tin Can Island, Lagos , according to the Nigeria Ports Authority (NPA). The vessels will be conveying petroleum products, food and other goods.
The authority stated in its “Shipping Position” bulletin on Monday in Lagos that six of the 28 ships will sail in with petrol, while one ship will bring base oil.
It noted that other 22 ships are carrying buckwheat, steel, general cargo, frozen fish, bulk sugar, bulk fertilisers and containers carrying different goods.
According to NPA, 14 ships have arrived the ports, but waiting to berth with bulk fertilisers, soya beans, uria, aviation fuel, diesel, bulk gas and petrol.