Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 9 October 2022

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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STRIKE!  SA ports and rail face ongoing delays as unions declare strike action
WHARF TALK: diamond mining vessel MAFUTA
Egypt Taps Agility to Modernise Suez Canal Economic Zone Customs, Operations
Xeneta Rates Report: Spot rates collapse continues, as prices fall two thirds since May
WHARF TALK: Holding the country to ransom
Transnet increases its offer but strike remains a possibility
Maersk adds another six green methanol-fueled ships
Samskip and carbon capture: Decarbonisation strategy
Hapag-Lloyd expands horison and acquires SAAM Ports SA
Second batch of rail wagons arrive for Mozambique railways
Semi-submersible drilling rig Island Innovator arrives to drill off Orange River Block 2B
UNCTAD Trade and Development Report 2022  Part 1
UNCTAD Trade and Development Report 2022 Part 2
IN CONVERSATION: Ghana’s petroleum sector management is a mess: what’s gone wrong?
Unions reject latest Transnet wage offer
Transnet & Alstom reach in-principle agreement over supply of electric locomotives
WHARF TALK: neo-Panamax container ship MAERSK SOFIA
IN CONVERSATION: Green hydrogen sounds like a win for developing countries. But cost and transport are problems
190-metre long bulk carrier ship calls at Calabar port
Kribi Container Terminal in Cameroon to triple capacity by 2024
McKinsey & Co and one other added to Transnet fraud case linked to State Capture
WHARF TALK: Indian MR2 product tanker HARVEST
Saipem awarded major Ivory Coast oil services contracts
Annual World Maritime Day Parallel Event (WMDPE)
IN CONVERSATION: Africa risks losing out on trade as rich countries cement relationships with trusted partners
Aqaba Container Terminal announces zero-emission vision

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