Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 17 May 2020

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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Evac Evolution ballast water management system chosen for Irish Lights vessel
Port Elizabeth citrus season gets underway
COVID-19 triggers marked decline in global trade
‘Sereia’ crosses Indian Ocean, swims 6500km from Mozambique to Indonesia, longest ever recorded journey by a shark
Light Station Boston: US Federal Agencies seek new steward
Tough laws & pollution dents Lake Victoria fishing prospects
Operation IRINI: EU Naval Ops in the Med
COVID-19 has bolstered citrus sales & exports
Guidance for Working on Top of a Tank Container: ITCO publication
Namdock resumes full ship repair operations at Port of Walvis Bay
AP Moller-Maersk has profitable growth during first quarter
Bolloré turns to rail to help beat COVID-19
Revd Canon Ken Peters RNR, Dip.Th, MBA, MA, FNI
COVID-19 Helpline launched by Sailors’ Society
Mandatory truck appointments at DCT eases container movements
Phase One of Tema Port expansion project completed
Cross-border truck drivers face 7-day quarantine at Walvis Bay
Mozambican forces go on offensive in Cabo Delgado
Ghana hands over site of Jamestown fishing harbour to contractors
Naivasha now the terminus for cargo for regional states
Tankers join the container ships going via the Cape
US$993 million Abidjan port expansion completed
Covid-1: Nigerian seafarers to be paid for extended stay on ships
Mozambique LNG production a step closer as Total awards contract
WHARF TALK: News & views from along the coast
Western Indian Ocean marine environmental issues: WOC & partners to survey ocean business community
TNPA ship repair facilities available at 100% capacity
Possible boarding and kidnapping from ship in Luba anchorage
Bunker One strengthens bunker fleet in West Africa
Need for crew changeovers is of utmost urgency, says IMO
NSRI Port Elizabeth evacuate patient from ship passing South Africa

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