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Kenya’s Mombasa Port Expects, Car, Steel, Wheat, Coal, Sorghum

The following conventional and tanker vessels are expected to arrive at Kenya’s port of Mombasa by September 24. ETA is expected time of arrival and discharge and load figures are in metric tons.

Conventional Vessels:
Vessel           ETA       DISCHARGE      LOAD        CARGO
Captain Costas   17/09           829       126        Steel
Morning Marvel   18/09         1,620         -         Cars
Milos            18/09        41,800         -        Wheat
Crest Mariner1   18/09           500         -        Ships
Asian Beauty     18/09           289         -         Cars
Kota Nebula      18/09           600       870      General
Western Island   19/09         2,459         -  Steel Billets
Ionna  D         19/09        21,749         -         Coal
Kota Handal      20/09           200       250      General
Yoma6            20/09        38,500         -        Wheat
Thor Bronco      21/09           798         -      General
Fanja            21/09            11         -      General
Stella Eltanin   22/09        40,735         -        Wheat
Jolly Diamante   22/09           245       605         Cars
Genmar           24/09        26,170         -      Sorghum
Eos              24/09            15         -      General
Marine Reliance  24/09         1,209         -         Cars


Tankers:
Vessel           ETA       DISCHARGE      LOAD        CARGO
Silvaplana       19/09        80,000         -     Gasoline
Torm Helene      22/09        50,000         -          Jet

To contact the reporter on this story: Benard Sanga in Mombasa via Nairobi bhull5@bloomberg.net

To contact the editor responsible for this story: Paul Richardson at pmrichardson@bloomberg.net

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