Fifty-four ships carrying various commodities are expected to arrive the Lagos ports from Nov. 24 to Dec. 22, the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) said on Monday in Lagos.
This is contained in the NPA’s daily publication – ‘Shipping Position’, – made available to newsmen.
According to the document, 30 of the expected ships are to sail in with containers, while nine ships will arrive with food items, including rice and buckwheat.
It indicated that other food items being expected are bulk malt and frozen fish.
A further breakdown in the document showed that eight ships would sail in with general cargo, while two others will sail in with 1,250 units of vehicles.
The document stated that five other ships would arrive with diesel, petrol, kerosene and aviation fuel.
According to the document, eight ships had arrived the Lagos ports with petrol, diesel and kerosene.
It said that four other ships had arrived the ports with buckwheat and rice in bags.
Source : Independent