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19 ships to berth at P/H ports

10 July 2012, 15:00

 Rivers - Nineteen ships laden with 272 million tonnes of cargoes are expected to berth at the Port Harcourt port from July 10 to 12.

The shipping position, a document of NPA made available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Tuesday, reported that no ship was listed for export during the period.

According to the report, 11 of the ships are carrying rice in bags, four with petroleum products, two with frozen fish and one each with bulk salt and bulk cement.

The ships laden with rice are MV Marcelo Tres with 25,000 tonnes, MV Majesty with 17,000 tonnes, MV Sea Rose with 15,000 tonnes, MV Vinalines Green 20,000, MV Peace Success with 15,000 and MV New Fortune with 10,465.05 tonnes.

Other are MV Deshbandhu 1 with 13,000 tons, MV Jahan  Moni with 20,131.5, MV AishaSarwar with 20,000, MV BeksNazik with 20,000 and MV FGM Admiral with 10,000 tons.

 Ships carrying petroleum products are MT Biskra with 4,500 tonnes of Bitumen, MT Navigator 1 with 10,000 tonnes of petrol, MT Masters Force with 5,000 tonnes of Kerosene and MT Androssa with 15,000 tonnes of petrol.

The ships with frozen fish are MV Rain Forest with 4,459.24 tonnes and MV SaronicBreeze with 2,500 tonnes.

The report said that MV Sky Globe was expected with 25,000 tonnes of bulk cement and MV Universal Bangkok with 20,000 tonnes of bulk salt.

Six other ships have anchored at the Fair Way Buoy at Bonny waiting for clearance to sail into the port.



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