Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 31 May 2020

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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Front Page: NORTHERN DEBONAIR
Disabled tanker at anchor near Port St Johns, salvage tug on the way
DP World Joins with TradeLens to Digitise Global Supply Chains
Britain needs African partners after Brexit – it must not neglect the continent now
Xeneta container rates alert amidst global uncertainty
USS Constitution performs a 21-gun salute in honour of US Memorial Day 25 May
Update on the South African cruise ship position
South Africa experiences diesel rationing
UK Customs agents after Brexit: Freight forwarders call for extension to Brexit transition period
How a post-COVID-19 revival could kickstart Africa’s free trade area
Fire on COSCO container ship in Cape Town under control
Capesize COSCO tanker Yuan Hua Hu loses power, at anchor off Wild Coast
Long delays for SA/Mozambique truckers at Lebombo Border Crossing
UK’s National Transport Trust welcomes new Royal Patron
Tema Terminal 3 sets new record of 111.4 container moves an hour
e5 Consortium aims at zero-emission electric tanker
Safety of navigation remains paramount. IALA’s Members work to ensure the safety of navigation
Three Carnival cruise ships anchor in Algoa Bay
Mossel Bay, SA’s smallest port, playing critical role with essential services
Port of Takoradi oil jetty nears completion
Vessel Control Profiler position created at Richards Bay
Kenya enforces rule that transit cargo must go by rail
International shipper says no to container ships rounding the Cape
WHARF TALK: News & Views From Along the Coast
News from The Honourable Company of Master Mariners
COVID-19 brings congestion & blockages to Nigerian ports — report
Drill rig Deepsea Stavanger idles in Norway until SA COVID-19 restrictions are lifted
UN must persuade governments to adopt crew change protocols or risk humanitarian disaster

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