Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 20 May 2023

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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Latest World Bank container port rankings
WHARF TALK: MR2 product tanker – NAVE SEXTANS
Maputo ban on N-4 trucks during rush hour
Maputo proíbe camiões N-4 durante a hora de ponta
Chinese fishing vessel Lu Peng Lai Yuan Yu No 8 missing in mid-Indian Ocean
Black Sea grain deal for at least 60 more days: Russia confirms participation
WHARF TALK: SA Port Statistics for April 2023
WHARF TALK: offshore security crew vessels – TMC FALCON & TMC OSPREY
Plough bed levelling tug Mohoma is named and handed over to TNPA
Nigerian Fleet Review this week honours Pres Buhari
Tin Can Terminal receives largest container ship
Transnet’s new Bed Leveller tug to be named in Durban today
WHARF TALK: LR2 Aframax product tanker – SKS DEMINI
Road, rail & port logistical challenges ahead as citrus exports rise
Lekki Freeport Terminal prepares to become regional transshipment hub
Combined Maritime Forces (CMF): UK Frigate on CTF 150 patrol seizes $6 million drug shipment
A mission of mercy – hospital ships are transcending borders and saving lives
Global container capacity is increasing: How this will benefit what you export/import as a South African business
WHARF TALK: tug & supply vessel (TSV) – OPAL & BOABARGE 38
Latest Incat ferry, Kilimanjaro VIII, on its way to Tanzania
Kenya plans major revamp of its railways
CMA CGM enhances North Europe-Middle East-Red Sea-Indian Subcontinent EPIC service
UNCTAD: The international economic agenda
WHARF TALK: MR1 products tanker – MARVEL
TNPA Roadshow reports: It’s Cape Town’s turn
MSC enhances its Africa, Middle East, India service
MSC updates South Africa to India service
New citrus cold store opens this week in Maputo/Matola
Always on schedule with rotor sails – a captain tells his story
Preparing for future emerging global health threats – IMO
Ocean Stewardship Fund awards grants to South Africa & Madagsacar for sustainable fishing projects

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Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 11 October 2020

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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Nobel Peace Prize goes to…. World Food Programme (WFP)
Djibouti begins transformation of historical port
MSC sees hydrogen & biofuels as key to future of shipping
FEATURE: The South African Navy Hydrographic Office (SANHO) 1922 TO 2020
Call on Malawi to make more use of Nacala & Beira ports
New head at Liberia Maritime Authority
Nigerian Federal Govt approves funding for Eastern Railway & new deepwater port at Bonny
Border snarl-ups over COVID-19 issues
South Africa making inroads with beneficiation and re-industrialisation
Nor-Shipping back on board with Mercy Ships
14 million tonnes of microplastics on seafloor: CSIRO estimate
Cyber hackers strike at IMO and CMA CGM
Nigeria to license all shipping within territorial waters
IAPH launches global ports questionnaire on electronic data exchange
Shipping giant Maersk ‘ships’ trainloads of cargo from Europe to China
President Buhari orders all ports to be linked to Nigerian Railway network
Synergy head calls on governments to heed plight of seafarers
Mercy Ships unveils Global Mercy, World’s Largest NGO Hospital Ship
Cameroon exports over 700 million cubic metres of timber despite ban
US Maritme Advisory: GPS interference
TNPA celebrates two decades of transforming maritime assets
Transaid Latest
VIDEO: Jumbo ship loads project cargo
Stern warning to Transnet by Citrus Growers’ chief
Maersk launches second cold store in South Africa
First 23,000-TEU, LNG-powered ship, CMA CGM Jacques Saade, enters service
Ship breaking planned for Port of Saldanha
ICS updates health guidance on Coronavirus to reflect latest knowledge

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Africa PORTS & SHIPS Maritime News

Africa PORTS & SHIPS Maritime News

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First View : PHOLELA, LOTHENI & UMKHOMAZI
Grindrod scales up its Ships Agency and Warehousing businesses
Record exports for South African grapefruit, SA remains leading exporter
Cape maritime high school pupils warned against ‘culture of instant gratification’
Nigerian Ports Authority & Nigerian Navy to more closely co-operate
Grindrod’s collaboration pays off in Maputo
Durban port closed overnight (Tuesday) due to wind and swell
Stena Line’s battery-powered hybrid ferry completes ne month of operation
MSC to equip 50,000 containers with tracking devices
Hong Kong to Macau bridge is officially opened
African Development Bank headlines strong performance ahead of key investment forum
Expected Ship Arrivals and Ships in Port
Cruise News and Naval Activities
Pics of the Day : OCEAN DAWN

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