The shipping position of the Nigerian Ports Authority(NPA) released yesterday shows that 36 ships with petroleum products, food items and other goods will arrive Apapa and Tin-Can Island Ports in Lagos between yesterday and April 26. Of the 36 ships, 4 have already arrived awaiting berthing while 32 others are expected during the period under review. A breakdown of the expected vessels showed that three are to bring in 453.9 metric tones of general cargo, M.V. Green Freezer is expected to berth with 109 metric tones of frozen fish while three others are expected to bring in 570 metric tones of bulk sugar. Similarly, M.V. BALTIC PANTHE and 14 other ships are expected to ship in 190 metric tones of bulk wheat and containers respectively. Other items expected to arrive the country during the period under review are crude palm olein, steel products, diesel, ethanol and petrol. The document noted that four ships had arrived the ports, waiting to berth are; M.V. STI MILAUKEE, M.V. MSK KALEA, M.V. RHINO and M.V. ORE OFE. While M.V. MSK KALEA, M.V. RHINO are expected to discharge 348 metric tones of JET A1, the other two will be discharging Petroleum Motor Spirit, PMS or Petrol and Dual Purpose Kerosine, DPK.