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13 ships arrive Lagos ports with foods, petroleum products

By AFP   |   28 April 2015   |   2:41 pm  
Sifax group, a maritime multi-national company

Sifax group, a maritime multi-national company

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Lagos, April 28, 2015(NAN) Thirteen ships have arrived at the Lagos ports with food and petroleum products, the Nigerian Ports Authority(NPA) said on Tuesday in Lagos.

The NPA made the disclosure in its daily publication, the “Shipping Position’’.

According to the publication, the food products include rice in bags and bulk malt, while the petroleum products include base oil, kerosene, petrol and diesel.

The publication also disclosed that 29 ships were being expected to arrive at the ports from April 28 to May 10.

It said that of the 29 ships being expected, 11 would arrive at the ports with containers, while 10 others would sail in with food products, including rice, buckwheat, bulk sugar and frozen fish.

Five ships are expected to arrive at the ports with general cargo, while the remaining three would come in with petrol, the publication said.



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