Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 4 June 2023

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

Here are the News Headlines:


Air Cargo: Demand decline slows in April
WHARF TALK: When the Hunter Becomes the Hunted – SEA SHEPHERD  Part Two
Battle of the Atlantic: 80th commemoration – Port of Liverpool
Seabourn Sojourn completes call at Ghanaian port of Tema
Nigeria releases VLCC Heroic Idun after plea bargain by owners
DP World & Standard Bank partner to expand trade in Africa
WHARF TALK: When the Hunter Becomes the Hunted – SEA SHEPHERD
India and Kenya stage naval exercise off Mombasa
Xeneta Container Update: Long-term ocean freight rates collapse by almost 30% in a month
Algeria to expand ship repair in port of Arzew
Pier One problems are over, promises TPT
WHARF TALK: large LR1 product tanker – NAVE CIELO
In Conversation: China in Africa: Kenya railway study shows investment projects aren’t a one-way street
Opinion Piece: Africa’s slowly expanding cast of LNG players
Article d’opinion: Le casting d’acteurs du GNL en expansion lente en Afrique
Protests close major road routes in Durban and Van Reenen
Runaway coal train collision – negligence or something else?
WHARF TALK: general cargo vessel – BLUE MASTER II
Libyan port attacked by drones, patrol vessels destroyed
IMO:   Mauritius – Strengthening oil spill preparedness plans
Boluda Maritime Corporation renforce son partenariat avec le Togo et l’Afrique de l’Ouest
Boluda Maritime Corporation strengthens its partnership with Togo and West Africa
Constitutional Court orders the extradition of Manuel Chang to the USA
WHARF TALK:two small bespoke tugs – FRANQUE TIDE & IGIRAN TIDE
Europe’s first new-build zero-emission tug on its way
Gibraltar’s Gibdock dockyard: Balaena celebrates first year anniversary
Less containers lost at sea in 2022 – WSC report
TRADE NEWS: Fluent Cargo Makes Route Planning Easy
Women in Maritime: 2024 IMO Gender Equality Award
Sixteen bodies found after Chinese fishing vessel Lu Peng Yuan Yu 028 capsizes

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