Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 21 October 2022

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

Here are the News Headlines:

BP tanker arrives to load LNG at the Coral Sul FLNG
WHARF TALK: first of the cruise ships HANSEATIC SPIRIT
World Bank to finance Nacala port upgrades to assist Malawi
Important arrests made in Transnet pipeline theft investigations
Xeneta Update: Reefers riding out spot rate storm better than dry containers on key North Europe routes
SAECS advisory: Santa Clara to bypass Cape Town
SA Port Statistics for the month of September 2022
WHARF TALK: ore or bulk carrier or? BANGUS
Zambia’s president commits to full use of Walvis Bay’s Zambia Dry Port
IN CONVERSATION: How do you instantly create 10 ghost towns? Stop using coal, Gwede Mantashe warns
CMA CGM Reshuffles three services to West Africa
Second SA Navy Inshore Patrol Vessel MMIPV ‘blessed’
Transnet introduces recovery plan after majority of workers return
WHARF TALK:   general purpose tanker PACIFIC TRADER
Cruise Ship Schedule for Port of Durban 2022-2023
IN CONVERSATION: Coastal erosion is unstoppable – so how do we live with it?
US Coast Guard Strategy released for 2022 and beyond
International: Market volatility causing the classic ‘boom and bust cycle’ in the container shipping industry
STRIKE UPDATE: Transnet reaches agreement with majority union UNTU
WTO Trade Policy Review: Djibouti
NAMPORT RESULTS: Mixed fortunes, but altogether not a bad year
CMA CGM opens new winter version of EUROMAR with new service tween Morocco & North Europe
Out of the ordinary NSRI sea rescue evacuation off KZN South Coast
MSC’s TiL is the preferred bidder for Walvis Bay Container Terminal concession
News in Brief
IN CONVERSATION: Somalia: Puntland state port is getting a revamp – this is key to its future
TRADE NEWS: Wilhelmsen enters into an agreement to acquire Vopak Agencies
Fishing vessel safety: The 2012 Cape Town Agreement – IMO Secretary-General urges ratification

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