Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 27 August 2021

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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Six new RTGs for APM Terminals’ WACT Onne
WHARF TALK: Odfjell’s MR2 products/chemical tanker, BOW SUMMER
Former ‘Toti girl serving with US Naval Air Station Jacksonville
River transport between Sudan and South Sudan resumes
Takoradi looks at becoming an import-driven port as largest ship calls
East Africa: IMO supports maritime security activities
WHARF TALK: Back in service – MSC DIEGO
Ethiopian Airlines teams up with Israel’s IAI for freighter conversions
Transnet and Minerals Council agree on finding rail and terminal solutions
WHARF TALK: Special mission for a legend in her time – SA AGULHAS II
Lebombo Border Crossing – Truck drivers stage protest
British aid to Haiti: Royal Navy help in earthquake-hit Haiti
Dar es Salaam port entrance to be deepened to -15.5 metres
Extortion and call-up woes outside Tin Can Port
New 42-metre RAstar tugboat for Kenya’s Port of Mombasa
WHARF TALK: Large gearless bulker in Cape Town – ADS GALTESUND
Update on progress with Transnet and plans for Durban and Cape Town ports
Mozambique Cabo Delgado conflict: updates
ABS White Paper: Carbon Capture, Utilisation, and Storage
WHARF TALK: Another tanker with refined fuel for Cape Town – UACC RAS TANURA
World’s biggest container ship, 24,000-TEU Ever Ace, sails on her maiden voyage
WHARF TALK: LR1 tanker OKYROE has a proud reputation
Port Window: Durban Port Bulletin report
WHARF TALK: Excellent working of gearless NORTHERN PRELUDE at private berth
Introducing: The San Marino Ship Register
WHARF TALK: story of a bunker tanker named SOUTHERN VALOUR
DP World completes successful real-time trial of BOXBAY high storage system
ABS White Paper: Carbon Capture, Utilisation, and Storage
Seall, A Marine Technology Company, Expands with Key Global Partner, Mackay Marine
Preventable death of seafarer during crew change offshore

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