Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 1 November 2021

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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Transnet pipeline fire in Durban – 3 dead
Meridian Port Services completes works on new 4th container berth at Tema – Phase 2
News flashes from along the coast
WHARF TALK: Lightweight yet full cargo – CMA CGM LAPIS
Vard Electro to retrofit battery package into Siem Offshore subsea vessels
Maersk Mc-Kinney Møller Center launches Zero Carbon Shipping strategy
Polar vessels meet at Harwich International
WHARF TALK: Supramax bulker from Saldanha Bay – THOR CHAIYO
Nigeria stakes its claim for a seat on the IMO Council
Moz Government confident Exxon Mobil intends continuing with gas projects in Cabo Delgado
Toyota SA launches locally produced Corolla Cross hybrid at Durban plant
Fugro completes seabed geo-data for Richards Bay port expansion
WHARF TALK: In Cape Town for a pitstop – TROGIR
At IMO Botswana comes in at No 175
EU NAVFOR opens discussions on support for Mozambique against insurgency
Piracy:  MSC Lucia rescued from pirates by Russian Navy destroyer
Work gets underway on Durban port’s new multi-million rand tug jetty
Saldanha port and rail factors hinder Kumba’s exports
Fruit exports: SA has optimistic outlook for stoned fruit season
IN CONVERSATION: Climate change has already hit southern Africa. Here’s how we know
TNPA to host Maritime Engineering & Logistics webinar this Thursday
Piracy: Vessel boarding report offshore of Nigeria
Maersk Drilling goes for world record depth off Angola
Cruising on the River Nile on board SS Sphinx
WHARF TALK: Kamsarmax bulk carrier – ARTEMIS 1
MSC reports that the terminals at Port Sudan have ceased operations
OneLearn Global: Launch of lifesaving enclosed spaces course
Kotug sets up tug operations in Port Gentil, Gabon

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