These are indeed good times for Port Harcourt main Port with a steady rise in ship traffic to the port, a signpost of a positive growth of the Nigerian economy lately.
In the week ahead (8-15 July, 2019), 10 vessels are expected to berth at Port Harcourt pilotage district.
Comet Shipping Agencies will discharge 4,500 tonnage of bulk malt from MV Talia H while Allison Shipping will also relieve MV Baltic Hornet and MV Bulk Bedthuk of 20,000 tonnage and 10,000 tonnage of bulk malt and wheat respectively.
Another fast growing indigenous shipping agency, Ocean Glory Commodity will have its hand full as it discharges 5,100 Tallow Acostic from MT Richmond.
Two vessels – MT. Maestro laden with 10,000 tonnage of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) and MT Stellar with 29,000 PMS will be handled by Peak Shipping. World-renowned shipping line, MSC will discharge two vessels – MV MSC Hina and MV MSC Maria of 9,500 and 6,500 tonnages of containers.
MV Capella laden with 705,900 metric tonnage of fish will be handled by NENAC Shipping while AMCO Shipping will relieve MV Agai Sofia of its 20,500 tons of bulk salt.