Port Harcourt Port handles 175,991 tonne of frozen fish – NPA

Hadiza Bala Usman, NPA Managing Director

175,991 tonne of frozen fish is imported into the country by a vessel, MV Frio Antwerp through Port Harcourt port. The ship, which berthed in the port on November 1, is still discharging. Its agent is SAMCHAM.

This is confirmed by the shipping position issued by the Nigerian Ports Authority. According to the shipping position, a total of 8 vessels have berthed while the last one is expected to come in tomorrow November 8.

In the same port, two vessels – MT Atlantic, whose agent is Allison, and MV Kiana, whose agent is Fejudam, are discharging presently 39,800 tonne of bulk wheat. MT Atlantic is laden with 20,000 tonne and MV Kiana laden with 19,800 tonne.

MV MSC Grace, which arrived today November 7, came in with 6,500 tonne of containers and is being serviced by MSC as agent.

Through the port, a total of 41,959.065 tonne of salt was imported into the country by MV. Mroea and MV Bold Voyager. The two vessels: MV. Mroea – 26, 960 tonnes – and MV Bold Voyager – 20,999.065 – are being serviced by Blueche and Derron as agents respectively.

MV Leste and MT Maestro are laden with 29,738 and 10,000 tonnes of Premium Motor Spirit respectively. Their agents are Peak and Blue Sea.

The last vessel is MV Monarch laden with oil rig and serviced by ACE Prothesis.


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