Five vessels have offloaded 220,271 tonnes of bulk urea and ammonium nitrate at the Lagos ports between April and May, this year. Also, it was gathered that the country would take delivery of 105,000 metric tonnes of basic raw materials for the production of fertiliser from Canada and Russia this week.
At the Lagos Port Complex, Belhawk has discharged 30,000 tonnes; Daxia, 44,463 tonnes; Hinoki, 30,000 tonnes and Asian Pride, 10,000 tonnes. Also, AM Delta has offloaded some 808 tonnes of ammonium nitrate at Tincan Island Port in Lagos.
It was gathered that the vessels conveying the materials would berth on June 3, according to the Managing Director of Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority (NSIA), Mr Uche Orji. Orji added that some ships were already discharging fertiliser inputs at Onne Ports…
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