Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 16 July 2021

Africa PORTS & SHIpS maritime news

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FIRST VIEW:   ALISIOS

UPDATE:Service levels slowly improving, says Transnet. Meanwhile one boxship ups anchor & leaves
UPDATE Transnet: Incremental improvement in Transnet operations following unrest
Transnet declaring force majeure on the Natcor adds further woes
WHARF TALK: Seventh Seatrade reefer of the Cape Town season – COLD STREAM
WHARF TALK: SA Port Statistics for June 2021 are now available here
Battery technology to reduce Green House Gas emissions
IN CONVERSATION: South African riots and food security: why there’s an urgent need to restore stability
IN CONVERSATION: South Africa in flames: spontaneous outbreak or insurrection?
FEATURE :  DISCOVERY – 1902 to 1929
Progress on Africa’s integration: Prospects for economic transformation in Egypt boost
The Future is Here: Rotterdam port introduces first series of 3D-printed bollards
APM Terminals at the Port of Monrovia takes delivery of two Kalmar reach stackers
South Africa’s struggling economy take a blow as unrest in KZN & Gauteng continues
AGRI SA says enough! Calls for a state of emergency to be declared
WHARF TALK: former Unicorn tanker VALLE LUNA
Piracy and armed robbery incidents at lowest level in 27 years: Risks remain to seafarers
Port logistics affected as KZN & Gauteng burn
WHARF TALK: Another saintly lady of the sea – SANTA TERESA
Vietnamese rescuer to receive IMO Bravery Award
IN CONVERSATION: The ocean is full of tiny plastic particles – we found a way to track them with satellites
IMO World Maritime Theme 2022: New technologies for greener shipping
Airborne rescue of ill seafarer off Durban
DP World tables offer to buy South Africa’s Imperial Logistics
Port Window: Durban Port Bulletin report
The Port Window: Port of Durban Volume & Vessel Call Performance
WHARF TALK: Ultramax bulker named HAMBURG EAGLE
Hapag-Lloyd acquires Africa carrier NileDutch
Nigeria releases Swiss ship after three years under detention
(UK) MAIB drowning prevention
Rates increase, but no relief yet in sight – Xeneta
Togo court sentences nine pirates to long terms in jail
Seafarers’ union welcome Ever Given release

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