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48 ships expected at Lagos ports with foods, petroleum products

 Forty-eight ships
laden with various cargoes are expected to arrive at the Lagos ports from Oct.
14 to Nov.1.

 The Nigerian
Ports Authority (NPA) disclosed this in its daily ‘Shipping Position, made
available to newsmen on Wednesday in Lagos.
The NPA said 17
of the expected ships would bring in containers, while seven others will arrive
with general cargoes.
Food items
including frozen fish, buckwheat, bulk sugar and bulk salt are expected to
arrive in 17 ships, the NPA said.
The remaining
seven ships will sail in with base oil, petrol, diesel and aviation fuel, the
NPA said.
Meanwhile, 12
ships have arrived and waiting to berth at the Lagos ports.
Ten of the ships
sailed in with petrol, while the remaining two brought in bulk gas and general
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