Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 23 February 2020

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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Freight rail service faces serious disruption due to overhead cable theft
Palabora Mining and Grindrod conclude a 5-year logistics contract
A.P. Moller-Maersk improves profitability and cash flow for 2019
Kleos Space secures A$5.5 million to drive satellite roll-out
Tanker Alpine Penelope under apparent pirate attack off Cotonou
BAM continues with construction of Rothera Research Station new wharf
World’s eye to turn on South Africa in 2020, says SAMSA
Jan de Nul completes dredging of Maputo Harbour
BAM Nuttal to build new Stanley Harbour port for Falklands Islands
South Africa prepares for climate change — DEFF
Optimarin secures landmark BWT fleet agreement with DOF Group
Nautic Africa launches latest multi-purpose Sentinel vessel
USS Normandy intercepts illicit shipment of weapons in Arabian Sea
ALP to tow Coral South FLNG vessel to Mozambique
Without comprehensive trade deal UK consumers will suffer
Namport makes generous donation to local school
Update of pirate attack involving Maersk Tema
LBH Ikuru arrives at Mocimboa da Praia
DP World returns to private ownership: aspiration of becoming world’s leading end-to-end logistics provider
European Shipping Week 2020 opens with the latest figures on European shipping
Military escorts return on Central Mozambique roads
Keel laid for future USNS Cherokee Nation (T-ATS 7)
Maersk, Safmarine say their ships are continuing to call at Lagos & other Nigerian ports
Tanzania secures US$ 1.46 billion loan for Standard Gauge Railway
UK and Ireland Light Dues 2020 to 2021
Virgin Voyages Scarlet Lady delivered for Dover
Suspected pirates board Maersk container ship 200 miles SW of Bonny
Bulk carrier makes emergency docking in Richards Bay after Master suffers injury

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