Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 19-20 February 2022

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

Here are the News Headlines:


Preparing Durban and Ngqura for concessioning, aka special purposes vehicle
WHARF TALK:  maiden visit on a maiden voyage – SLETRINGEN
IN CONVERSATION: African countries must protect their fish stocks from the European Union – here’s how
NATO uplift in Eastern Europe: UK’s contribution outlined
Cyclone Updates: As one disappears, so another arrives: Cyclone Emnati
CMA CGM Group awarded concession to manage and operate Beirut Container Terminal
Reinstatement of bunkering operations off Algoa Bay threatens endangered species, say environmentalists
WHARF TALK: survivor on the South African coastal service – BORDER
Sunken Dutch supply vessel Smit-Lloyd 102 believed found off Cape coast
Dachser: Supporting Africa’s logistics needs with bulk ocean freight
The Red Sea Project
Wake up, South Africa, urges maritime sector
WHARF TALK: 9,300-TEU container ship – APL CHARLESTON
Cyclone Dumako 12S: Weakening but threatening, another on the horison
IN CONVERSATION: Five reasons why militants are targeting Kenya’s Lamu county
Modernisation of Port Infrastructure Underpins Nigeria’s Economic Future – NPA boss
Nacala export coal train in accident with truck
Maputo and Matola dry bulk terminals plan to increase capacity – MPDC
WHARF TALK: Number One cruise ship in the world – EUROPA 2
Tresta Star grounding off Reunion: problematic salvage ahead
India exports four diesel-electric locomotives to handle Beira coal exports
MOL & partners carry out successful autonomous ship operation
Madagascar faces third cyclone in three weeks, Cyclone Dumako
Nacala port and railway to handle most of Malawi’s fuel needs in future
WHARF TALK: Drill ship with fascinating history – JOIDES RESOLUTION
Namport scores some positive results amidst difficult economic times
Green shipping boost: UK Maritime Minister announces plans to explore shore power
Queen Anne: Cunard reveals name of its next cruise ship
EMSA signs cooperation agreements: EU Naval Missions to Somalia and Libya
CMA CGM will no longer carry plastic waste on its ships
MS Europa 2 doesn’t disappoint – making annual visits to South African destinations
AFRICOM’s Cutlass Express Exercise 2022 kicks off in Seychelles

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