Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 19-20 June 2021

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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WHARF TALK: NYK Paula, connecting Middle East, India, Sri Lanka with South and West Africa
DP World introduces first dedicated logistics rail service between Maputo and Harare
In the Dog-Box – Namport refurbishes Walvis Bay port dog kennels
WHARF TALK: Orange Victoria – yet another tanker at the Mother City
French frigate Languedoc nabs large drug haul off ship
WHARF TALK: Green Egersund – small, smart reefer ship
For G7 read M7: Shipping industry agrees action on R&D investment and trade digitisation
CRUISE NEWS: MSC Splendida is latest ship to commence Mediterranean cruising: MSC enters luxury market with EXPLORA
The Global Economy: on Track for Strong but Uneven Growth as COVID-19 Still Weighs
Western Indian Ocean and Gulf of Aden: Enhancing maritime security
WHARF TALK: the ship with such a long name – D&K Abdul Razzak Khalid Zaid Al-Khalid
The Port Window: More straddle carriers for Cape Town terminal
The Port Window: Cape Town ship movements
The Port Window: Durban Port Bulletin report
The Port Window: Port of Durban Volume & Vessel Call Performance
IN CONVERSATION: Shipping is tough on the climate and hard to clean up – these innovations can help cut emissions
WHARF TALK: Arvika – loading manganese at Durban and Cape Town
G7 pledges of 870 million Covid-19 Vaccine (COVAX) doses
Support for Nigeria’s Deep Blue Project
WHARF TALK: Carolina class caller MSC LILOU on interesting charter
Captain’s body remains on board as Ital Libera returns to Italy
IN CONVERSATION: Climate change is a threat to Africa’s transport systems: what must be done
WHARF TALK: Cielo Bianco, ‘Significant Ship of the Year’
Transnet intensifies efforts at curbing cable theft
UK MAIB Annual Report 2020 issued
Positive thinking about Mozambique-Malawi rail reconnection

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