The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) says it is expecting 36 ships carrying petroleum products, food and other goods to berth at the Apapa and Tin Can Island Ports from March 6 to March 21.
NPA made this known on Wednesday, in its daily publication ‘Shipping Position’.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that three of the ships are expected to sail in with petrol and diesel.
The other 28 ships are expected to dock carrying buckwheat, general cargo, bulk malt, bulk salt, base oil, propane, steel, bulk gypsum, sugar and containers carrying different goods.
According to the NPA, 11 ships have arrived the ports waiting to berth with general cargo, aviation fuel container and petrol.
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