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19 Ships Laden With Foods, Petroleum Products Arrive In Lagos Nineteen ships laden with foods, petroleum products and other goods are waiting to berth at Lagos ports, the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) said on Wednesday. The NPA said the ships sailed in with fresh fish, bulk rice, bulk fertiliser, containers … Read more on Leadership…

47 Ships with Petroleum Products, Containers, Expected in Lagos Forty-seven ships containing petroleum products, food, containers and other commodities are expected to arrive Lagos from December 15 to January 2. The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) stated this in its daily publication, the “Shipping Position.''. Read more on THISDAY Live

67 ships expected in Lagos with petroleum products, other commodities SIXTY seven ships laden with petroleum products and other commodities are being expected to berth at the Lagos ports, the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) said on Monday in Lagos. The Authority said in its daily publication, “Shipping Position” made … Read more on The Guardian Nigeria

Container Transfer, Ships Allocation Blamed for Lagos Ports' Congestion Persistent refusal by shipping companies to transfer their containers to off-dock facilities, and total control of allocation of ships by concessionaires, have been identified as the root causes of buildup of congestion in the nation's seaports … Read more on THISDAY Live

Container Transfer, Ships Allocation Blamed for Lagos Ports' Congestion Persistent refusal by shipping companies to transfer their containers to off-dock facilities, and total control of allocation of ships by concessionaires, have been identified as the root causes of build-up of congestion in the nation's seaports … Read more on AllAfrica.com

12 Fuel Laden Ships Wait To Discharge At Lagos Ports The Shipping Position, a daily publication of NPA issued on Wednesday in Lagos, indicated that nine of the twelve ships would discharge petrol, while three would discharge kerosene. According to the document, six other ships will discharge bulk salt, … Read more on Carbon Positive