Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 23 April 2023

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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FIRST VIEW:   SILVER CLOUD

WHARF TALK: The Kama Saga – an update and a backdate
Food for thought: railway vandalism, looting and burning
CTF 150 Seizes $23 Million in Illegal Drugs in Indian Ocean
In Conversation: Antarctica’s heart of ice has skipped a beat. Time to take our medicine
Geopolitical tensions and ‘friendshoring’ may redefine global trade patterns, warns Xeneta
WHARF TALK: SA Port Statistics for February 2023
WHARF TALK: New Nigerian Ports Authority tugs – MAI KOKO and DA-OPUKURO
ONE increases frequency for Africa, India, Middle East (AIM) service
CMA CGM in exclusive talks aimed at buying Bolloré SE’s logistics arm for Euro 5 billion
Great Antwerp, Grimaldi’s first new G5 class ro-ro multipurpose ship enters service
In Conversation: South Africa’s power outages could reach critical levels this winter – likely scenarios
Innovate and expand your market, Minister tells Maputo Port company
WHARF TALK: handyize bulk carrier – LILA PIRAEUS
IMO and Spanish e-learning – Oil pollution preparedness
La OMI y el aprendizaje electrónico en español: preparación para la contaminación por hidrocarburos
Angola to enforce rules of maritime and inland waterway navigation
Angola fará cumprir regras de navegação marítima e fluvial
Record increase in passenger ship calls at Walvis Bay
WHARF TALK: former Unicorn Handysize tanker BONITO
Transnet to rebuild its own audit capabilities
Dredging of Suez Canal nearing completion
SMART Ocean-SMART Industries (SO-SI): Ocean and climate data collection
Pirated tanker Success 9 located – crew all safe – UPDATE
BIMCO says record high container order book signals significant change
WHARF TALK: small passenger ship SILVER SHADOW
No new news of missing tanker Success 9 pirated in Gulf of Guinea
TNPA extends deadline for Richards Bay LNG Terminal proposals
50,000 Filipino jobs saved: EU on seafarer training certificates
ONE resumes its Eastern Cape Express reefer service from Port Elizabeth
India wants to work with Mozambique on rail, roads and bridges
Fishing vessel Olivia Marie on fire south of Cape Town, crew abandon ship

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Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 19-20 February 2022

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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FIRST VIEW:   IMKE, HAPPY ROVER & BBC RUSSIA

Preparing Durban and Ngqura for concessioning, aka special purposes vehicle
WHARF TALK:  maiden visit on a maiden voyage – SLETRINGEN
IN CONVERSATION: African countries must protect their fish stocks from the European Union – here’s how
NATO uplift in Eastern Europe: UK’s contribution outlined
Cyclone Updates: As one disappears, so another arrives: Cyclone Emnati
CMA CGM Group awarded concession to manage and operate Beirut Container Terminal
Reinstatement of bunkering operations off Algoa Bay threatens endangered species, say environmentalists
WHARF TALK: survivor on the South African coastal service – BORDER
Sunken Dutch supply vessel Smit-Lloyd 102 believed found off Cape coast
Dachser: Supporting Africa’s logistics needs with bulk ocean freight
The Red Sea Project
Wake up, South Africa, urges maritime sector
WHARF TALK: 9,300-TEU container ship – APL CHARLESTON
Cyclone Dumako 12S: Weakening but threatening, another on the horison
IN CONVERSATION: Five reasons why militants are targeting Kenya’s Lamu county
Modernisation of Port Infrastructure Underpins Nigeria’s Economic Future – NPA boss
Nacala export coal train in accident with truck
Maputo and Matola dry bulk terminals plan to increase capacity – MPDC
WHARF TALK: Number One cruise ship in the world – EUROPA 2
Tresta Star grounding off Reunion: problematic salvage ahead
India exports four diesel-electric locomotives to handle Beira coal exports
MOL & partners carry out successful autonomous ship operation
Madagascar faces third cyclone in three weeks, Cyclone Dumako
Nacala port and railway to handle most of Malawi’s fuel needs in future
WHARF TALK: Drill ship with fascinating history – JOIDES RESOLUTION
Namport scores some positive results amidst difficult economic times
Green shipping boost: UK Maritime Minister announces plans to explore shore power
Queen Anne: Cunard reveals name of its next cruise ship
EMSA signs cooperation agreements: EU Naval Missions to Somalia and Libya
CMA CGM will no longer carry plastic waste on its ships
MS Europa 2 doesn’t disappoint – making annual visits to South African destinations
AFRICOM’s Cutlass Express Exercise 2022 kicks off in Seychelles

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Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 10 April 2021

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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Front Page: IVAR REEFER

IN CONVERSATION: The toll and toil it took to cleave the Suez Canal through the Egyptian desert
WHARF TALK: Coastal tanker service: Maersk Altus
Romania’s border on the Black Sea: EMSA provides enhanced surveillance capacities
Quark’s Ultramarine ready to sail the polar oceans
Tullow Oil begins drilling at Ghana’s Jubilee Field
Call back the past: Coaster Sunergon plies her trade to Africa
MSC to base flagship MSC Virtuosa in UK waters for summer
Egypt ready to open new naval base on Mediterranean coast
NIGER DELTA KING: the story of a long-staying Cape Town visitor
REFLECTIONS: Antarctic reserach ship Akademik Aleksandr Karpinskiy returns to Cape Town
High calibre chefs
IN CONVERSATION: Farming fish in fresh water is more affordable and sustainable than in the ocean
WFO responds to emergency in harbour town of Palma
USCG protecting America’s interests at home and abroad
WHARF TALK: Yenesei River calls at Cape Town – first Suez diversion to enter SA port?
REFLECTIONS: Bulkers in our ports
Tanzania Ports Authority Director-General suspended over corruption charge
PORT IS WHAT WE DO: Hamburg’s Marker Men are back on the Water
Narcotics just keeps coming as CMF makes 5 seizures in 1 week
Multiple cruise ship anchor failures: UK MAIB Safety Bulletin 1/2021
Department of Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment: What’s in a name?
USCGC Walnut At homeport Pensacola, Florida

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