Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 10 April 2022

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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WHARF TALK: LR1 Chinese tanker – LIAN BAI HU
IN CONVERSATION: The South African ship that found Antarctica’s Endurance wreck is vital for climate science
Maritime Just Transition Task Force: First partner: Singapore Maritime Foundation
Somalia boosts coastline policing with new maritime facility
Synthetic fuel: Container ship reduces emissions
WHARF TALK: diamond mining vessel – GRAND BANKS
Transnet Pipelines: Attempted theft, dead body at scene
IN CONVERSATION: At Unguja Ukuu, human activity transformed the coast of Zanzibar more than 1,000 years ago
Supply Chain Pressures: Implications of Russia-Ukraine War & Covid Lockdowns
Climate Change 2022: Mitigation of Climate Change
Durban Car Terminal imports rise by 34% thanks to Asian entry-level vehicles
WHARF TALK: split hopper trailing suction dredger OMVAC DIEZ
AIIM and Mokobela-Shataki Consortium acquires The Logistics Group for R1.6 billion
Collision in the harbour at Tanger Med Port – two missing
New management at the helm of APM Terminals
UK MAIB Safety Digest: Lessons from Marine Accident Reports 1/2022
TPT team visits Thailand to benchmark port and logistical automotive performance in SA
Danger of mines: Northern Black Sea Region, the Sea of Azov (north of latitude 46°N)
WHARF TALK: heavy load carrier – FAIRLANE
Boost for Congo Terminal with 20 new port tractors & trailers
Cyber Security incidents reporting encouraged by SSA, ASA & CLASS NK
TRADE NEWS: Adopt new technologies for greener shipping, says Thordon
MSC acquires 100% of Bolloré Africa Logistics including all of Bolloré Group’s shipping, logistics and terminals operations in Africa
Land claim agreement means Richards Bay port expansion is now possible
WHARF TALK: mini heavylift vessel GRETA
Sense of musical chairs as new Interim CEO for SAMSA is appointed
Moratorium on issuing of bunkering licences in Algoa Bay remains in place
NS QINGDAO Update: Cargo discharge completed
Black Sea and the Sea of Azov: Insurance or other financial security certificates
Nigerian Navy’s new landing Ship Tank (LST), NNS Kada, homeward bound
As DRC joins EAC, competition between Mombasa and Dar es Salaam routes could increase
Xeneta Report: Long-term ocean rates up almost 100% year-on-year

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