Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 9 August 2021

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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FIRST VIEW:   BAHRI YANBU

Trucks set alight on N2 between Ermelo and Piet Retief
Nigerian Chamber of Shipping becomes full ICS member
WHARF TALK: BROTONNE BRIDGE makes it finally into port
Xeneta container rates alert: shippers stunned as long-term rates surge by almost 30% in a month
Lagos ports traffic gridlock remains a ‘major headache
CRUISING: MSC Cruises restarts American cruising out of Miami
IMO building support for fishing safety in the Pacific region
WHARF TALK: What’s in a name? MP THE LAW
Marsa Maroc sells 35% of its stock to Tanger Med
IMCA signs GoG Declaration on the Suppression of Piracy
The Future is Here:DHL signs into all-electric cargo aircraft
Fire in Durban-bound container ship Seaspan Lahore narrowly averted
WHARF TALK: Among the unusually named ships is FREIGHT MARGIE
NSPCA says it ain’t over, we’re appealing High Court ruling on live animal exports
Vehicle sales & exports affected by civil unrest, port cyber attack and COVID-19, reports Naamsa
Tanzania VP urges greater use of Mtwara Port
WHARF TALK: the lay ship LV OCEAN NORTH 105
Another great historic ship that sailed into South African waters – HMS CHALLENGER
SA Navy patrol ship SAS MAKHANDA arrives in Pemba
IATA data on air cargo shows strongest growth since 2017
MSC towage division takes delivery of Sanmar-built tug for Portuguese port
Transnet lifts force majeure as ports begin the recovery phase
ONE provides for South African children: Free transport of educational materials
WHARF TALK: A unique trawler – NIKKO MARU No.1
Women in Maritime new association inaugurated: West and Central Africa
Swiftnova Engineering raises the bar in excellence with welding certification
Modular onshore beacons for marine infrastructure
Israeli-connected tanker Mercer Street attacked by drone in Gulf of Oman
NSRI called out to perform medical offshore evacuations, at Durban & Stilbaai

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Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 4-7 February 2021

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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Front Page: LAKE FUXIAN

Air Cargo Demand Drops 10.6 per cent in 2020
Bowmans expands its Shipping Practice in Durban with the addition of Michael Asherson
DIGITILISATION: Most ports still using manual & paper-based processes
Richards Bay & Port Elizabeth NSRI involved in ship patient evacuations
WHARF TALK: Watching a ship movement at Cape Town
South Africa’s record citrus season
Rampant piracy in Gulf of Guinea, Europe acts; Nigeria makes more promises
Kenya introduces lighthouse upgrades
US Navy ship makes major drug bust in Arabian Sea
Helping keep the world’s oldest steam-driven tug operational
Airfreight in the ascendancy
WHARF TALK: Cape Town’s ‘Doctor’ departs
WHARF TALK: Durban memories of a windstorm day
Cameroon’s floating LNG plant Hilli Episeyo exporting to new markets
Ford invests US$1.05 billion for SA Silverton plant expansion & modernisation
Floating tidal energy platform launched
WHARF TALK: Port Beira increases volumes for 2020
WHARF TALK: Cape Town ‘doctor’ returns’
Transaid congratulates Bernard and Sebastian
TOTAL denies intending to relocate operations to Mayotte
Karpowership offers to provide 300MW of electricity at Port of Douala
Meridian to extend Tema’s MPS Terminal 3 ahead of AfCFTA
WHARF TALK: Mombasa busy as ships arrive
WHARF TALK: Car inspection at Dar es Salaam will not interfere with clearing
WHARF TALK: Maersk applies export detention on Kenyan & Ugandan empty containers
WHARF TALK: CDC welcomes TNPA move to Ngqura port
WHARF TALK: APM Terminals blots its Liberian copybook
WHARF TALK: Durban port talk
WHARF TALK: Cape Town port talk
Three UAE institutions, including DP World, join World Logistic Passport
Beast meets giant: Jumbo Kinetic: Transports 1435-tonne Shiploader
MSC joins in call to assist stranded crew-change seafarers
Liberian Government speaks out strongly against Gulf of Guinea piracy
Piracy: Another ship, Rowayton Eagle boarded by pirates

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