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37 ships to arrive Lagos ports with foods, petroleum products

Thirty seven ships laden with food items, petroleum products and general
cargoes are expected to arrive at the Lagos ports from Nov. 23 to Dec. 18, the
Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) said on Monday.

This is contained in the daily ‘Shipping Position’ issued by the NPA, a
copy of which was made available to the OnepageAfrica in Lagos.
The document indicated that 13 of the expected ships will sail into the
ports with containers, while six others would sail in with general cargoes.
It noted that 10 ships would sail in with bulk sugar, buckwheat, bulk salt,
crude palm oil and rice.
The document explained that eight other ships would sail in with petrol,
diesel and kerosene.

OnepageAfrica  reports that seven
ships laden with rice, petrol, diesel and base oil had arrived the ports,
waiting to berth. 
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