Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 11 July 2021

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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Seafarers’ union welcome Ever Given release
Paramount Group to provide platinum sponsorship of Africa’s largest maritime security gathering, IMDEC 2021
WHARF TALK: As peak season arrives reefer FUJI BAY makes a necessary bunker call
MAERSK signs contract to build world’s first methanol-fueled container ship
TNPA says On-Time berthing is a catalyst for increased automotive volume
Maritime Safety Week 2021 – UK
Fewer ship calls at Mombasa means less freight traffic for Kenya’s SGR
WHARF TALK: Not all reefers are here to load fruit – CHIKUMA
WHARF TALK: an unintended call call for UNISPACE
Ship Chandling: Putting the environment first: ISSA’s Green Agenda
IN CONVERSATION: Nigeria doesn’t have a coherent strategy to manage freight:  how it can get there
Chinese port congestion could impact shipments until Christmas – project44
The Future is Here: HyperloopTT and HHLA reveal HyperPort™
Camera security upgrade for Ghana’s Port of Tema
WHARF TALK: direct from the MIAX service – AS CYPRIA
Derailment on Richards Bay coal line a cause for concern – TFR
TRADE NEWS: Counting the cost of BWT inaction by shipowners
WHARF TALK: Cape Town’s weather delivers more shipping problems
WHARF TALK: Over 25 years old and still going strong – MSC KOREA
Inchcape Shipping Services & John Keells Holdings form joint venture
WHARF TALK: The flow of fertiliser continues: LEFKADA
Proper management of ageing rolling stock: Fractured wagon investigated
Port Window: Durban Port Bulletin report
The Port Window: Port of Durban Volume & Vessel Call Performance
Economic Integration in West Africa: Need for Road Corridors
WHARF TALK: Razor wire protection for PACIFIC MERMAID
WHARF TALK: Burnt out Korean fishing vessel DONG WON 701 scuttled
WHARF TALK:   No beauty after retrofit for MSC JULIE
Fire on Israeli-owned ship CSAV Tyndall after attack in N.Indian Ocean 

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