About 4,000 new and fairly used vehicles are expected to arrive in Lagos ports this month, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports.
The Shipping Position, a document of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), released in Lagos on Tuesday indicated that the vehicles would be brought in by nine vessels.
It also indicated that 800 of the expected vehicles were new ones.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that 77 other vessels would sail in with petroleum products, containers, rice and fresh fish.
Others products are bulk salt, bulk sugar, fertiliser, bulk urea, general cargo, bulk wheat, bulk gypsum and steel products.
Similarly, 25 other ships would anchor in Lagos ports to discharge petrol, kerosene, diesel, rice, fertiliser, bulk wheat, containers, bulk cement and general cargo.
NAN reports that 15 vessels laden with 221,000 tonnes of petroleum products are waiting for customs clearance. (NAN)