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TWELVE ships laden with petroleum products are to berth at the various oil terminals in Lagos ports, the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), has said.

NPA in its daily publication, ``Shipping Position’’, made available to newsmen on Monday in Lagos, said that the ships contained aviation fuel, petrol, kerosene and bulk gas.

It indicated that nine other ships laden with rice, wheat, bulk sugar, fertiliser and containers had also arrived and waiting to berth.

The authority said that 76 ships would sail into the ports from December 31 to January 15.

It said that the ships were laden with fresh fish, general cargo, diesel, base oil, used and new vehicles, containers and bulk sugar.

NPA also disclosed that other ships would arrive with steel products, petrol, bulk wheat, kerosene, palm oil, rice and bulk gypsum.

The ships, according to NPA would berth in ENL Consortium, Josepdam, Tin-Can Island Container Terminal, Five Star Logistics, Apapa Bulk Terminal Ltd and APM Terminals.

Source:Guardian

 

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