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The management of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) says a total of ten vessels loaded with different cargoes will arrive at three eastern ports today.
The ports are the Ports of Onne, Calabar and Warri, all located in south-south Nigeria.
Vessels for Warri Port are Elizabeth A Spirit, Ozuchukwu, Akor, MT Picton and ST Walga, while those due for Calabar and Onne Ports are African Marvel, Asian Pride and Maersk Cubango.
The others are respectively LNG Rivers and LNG Enugu for the port of Onne.
This appeared in the Authority’s weekly Shipping Position, a copy of which was made available to journalists.
The names of the shipping agents in the port of Warri are Amco, Admiral, Pinapat, Blue Seas and Kach, while that of Calabar is Allray Maritime Services.
Onne Port has Samcham, Maserk Nig Limited, West Atlantic Port services Nig Limited and Comet Shipping Services as agents.
The release adds that the ten vessels are loaded with Premium Motor Spirits (PMS), crude oil, LNG, bulk fertilizer, containers, inballast and float glass.
In the same vein, the Ports of Lagos will receive five vessels loaded with frozen fish, while sixteen vessels will unload their bulk cargoes.
The NPA said that out of 21 vessels expected to arrive at ports, 16 are bulk cargo, while five carry frozen fish.
Other cargoes from the 16 vessels include general cargo, bulk sugar, containers, butane gas, gasoline, bulk gypsum, jet fuel and motor gasoline.
The NPA said the ships were due to arrive in ports from May 14 to May 26, 2022.
He further said that 12 other ships had arrived at ports and were waiting to dock with bulk sugar, bulk salt, bulk wheat, bulk fertilizers, gasoline and oil. base, adding that 19 other vessels were in ports unloading bulk cargo.
Bulk cargoes include wheat, general cargo, frozen fish, bulk salt, ethanol, bulk sugar, containers and gasoline.

Earnest A. Martinez