Lagos- The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) has said that 113 ships, carrying different cargoes, would sail into Lagos ports between May 8 and May 31.
The NPA disclosed this in its daily publication, "Shipping Position", released in Lagos on Wednesday.
It said that 25 of the ships would arrive with petroleum products, while 14 would sail in with new and used vehicles.
The NPA said that 14 ships will soon berth to discharge petroleum products at various oil terminals within Lagos ports.
The ports authority said that seven of the 13 ships would discharge petrol, four would discharge kerosene, one to discharge aviation fuel and another was conveying bulk gas.
According to the publication, two other ships will discharge bulk wheat.
The NPA also reported that 47 other ships would arrive with general cargoes, bulk fertiliser, bulk wheat, fresh fish, bulk salt, crude palm oil, base oil, bulk sugar and bulk gypsum.
NAN reports that 24 ships are currently discharging containers laden with fresh fish, bulk wheat, bulk fertiliser, general cargo, bulk sugar, steel and petroleum products.