Tincan Lagos

General information

Name:
Tincan Lagos
Country:
Nigeria
UN/Locode:
NGTIN
Local time:
Vessels in Port:
6
Expected Vessels:
0
Berths:
2
Coordinates:
N 03° 21' E 006° 26'

Vessels in port

Name
Type
Arrived
Dredger
16.10. 06:50
Dredger
16.10. 06:18
Dredger
16.10. 05:18
Dredger
16.10. 05:20
Dredger
15.10. 22:12
Dredger
15.10. 20:54
Dredger
15.10. 22:36
Cargo Ship
15.10. 17:48
Tanker
15.10. 16:24
Tanker
15.10. 18:45

Expected Vessels

Name
Type
Expected
Cargo Ship
17.10. 13:00

Sailed Vessels

Name
Type
Sailed
Dredger
16.10. 06:50
Dredger
16.10. 06:43
Dredger
16.10. 05:20
Cargo Ship
15.10. 22:12
Dredger
16.10. 20:55
Dredger
15.10. 22:36
Dredger
15.10. 17:48
Dredger
15.10. 18:45
Cargo Ship
15.10. 14:43
Dredger
15.10. 12:56

Latest news

Ports & Cargo Terminal receives largest vessel to call at Nigerian ports

Sun Nov 27 07:53:06 CET 2016 arnekiel

According to a statement by the Corporate Affairs Manager of SIFAX Group, Muyiwa Akande, the container vessel, MSC SHAULA, has a maximum cargo capacity of 4,651 TEUs (containers). He said that the vessel “ is owned and operated by MSC Ship Management Hong Kong, the Asian division of Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC)’’. Akande said the vessel, which was the second largest container shipping operator in the world, had an overall length of 275.04 meters and the length between perpendiculars stood at 263.00 meters. “MSC SHAULA, built by the Hyundai Heavy Industries, has a maximum cargo capacity of 4,651 TEUs, while its draft and gross tonnage are 13.62 meters and 51,836 GRT respectively,’’ the News Agency of Nigeria quotes him as saying. Speaking on the significance of the vessel, the Group Managing Director, SIFAX Group, Mr John Jenkins, said it was historic but not coincidental that such vessel berthed at the Ports & Cargo terminal. “We are delighted that history was made with the arrival of this humongous vessel in the Nigerian waters, most especially its berth at our terminal. http://www.hellenicshippingnews.com/ports-cargo-terminal-receives-largest-vessel-to-call-at-nigerian-ports/

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