Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 8 July 2022

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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End of era as last DAL container ship is renamed Kalahari Express
IN CONVERSATION: How Africans can assess the value of the latest G7 summit
APM Terminals takes the next step on its strategic journey
WHARF TALK: BOUVET ISLAND – the modern Atlantis, found then lost for 70 years
Calabar port dredging dispute amicably settled, says Nigerian Ports Authority CEO
Libya shuts two of its largest export oil terminals plus an oilfield
ENGINEERING SOLUTIONS: Special Shibata fenders enable harbour deepening to go ahead
Transnet lifts force majeure for those coal exporters who have signed a Deed of Amendment
WHARF TALK: HMS Woolwich  1806 & 1807
Zambia to build diesel pipeline from Tanzania’s Dar es Salaam
Transnet takes on 400 interns in new intake
IN CONVERSATION: How Nigeria can turn its huge cashew waste into valuable citric acid
Historic rail agreement sees goods trains operating between Maputo and Belfast
WHARF TALK: MR2 products tanker – HAFNIA ANDREA
IMO in South Africa: Prevention of stowaway cases, ratification of the FAL Convention
AD Ports Group acquires control of Egypt’s Transmar and Transcargo International (TCI) companies
CMA CGM agrees to reduce shipping rates, but only if it’s to France
Nigeria’s Lekki deepwater port receives next generation STS and RTG cranes
Durban and Richards Bay Port Master Plans due for validation
WHARF TALK: Dutch multipurpose vessel – BREADBOX XERUS
Port Elizabeth Car Terminal achieves record 5,700 export units on one vessel
UK-Africa trade and investment: New trade commissioner
Nacala rail corridor back in full operation
International Grains Council: New chair – Dr Florence Kaibi of Kenya
IN CONVERSATION: How marine fisheries can add millions of tonnes to Africa’s catch
XENETA Container Alert: long-term shipping rates shrug off uncertainty to rise again
Port of Dover Western Docks progress

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