11 ship conveying a petroleum and different items have berthed at the Apapa and Tin-Can Island Ports in Lagos, the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) reported on Monday.
The specialist said in its every day distribution, Shipping Position, that the vessels were holding on to compartment with their committals at the ports.
Eight of the 11 vessels are holding on to billet with petroleum while three others will compartment with diesel, holder and solidified fish.
NPA said that no fewer than 23 ships were expected to berth in Lagos ports between June 17 and June 29.
It said that the 23 expected ships would sail in with general cargo, bulk salt, semi-trailers, bulk sugar, bulk fertiliser, steel products, buckwheat, petrol and container.
It said that eight ships were discharging gypsum, container, general cargo, buckwheat and frozen fish.