Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 1 March 2020

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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Brazilian Navy patrol ship Amazonas visits Walvis Bay on short visit
APMT West Africa Container Terminal orders 20 RTGs from Konecranes
Cable Restorer takes on list overnight in Simon’s Town
South African Port Statistics for the Calendar Year 2019
Nigeria takes delivery of two Special Mission Vessels to fight piracy
Our Wide World: US Coast Guard rescue from mv Golden Ray
US Navy at work
Dredging of Takoradi’s Harbour basin gets underway
dti planning on taking equity in South Africa’s SEZs
Transnet responds to industry criticism and places equipment orders for port terminals
NSPCA goes to High Court to stop the export of livestock to Kuwait
French research ship Marian Dufresne returns to Durban from ACCLIMATE 2 oceanographic mission
Spotlight on investment in transport infrastructure at Maputo conference
Biofouling or Ballast Water: which spreads the most non-native flora & fauna?
Port of Ngqura Liquid Bulk Terminal placed on hold: Lack of interest cited
Pointe Noire’s Congo Terminal infrastructure officially inaugurated
MSC awarded new DNV GL container ship fire safety notation
Record maize crop forecast with strong export opportunities
Total orders eight LNG carriers for Mozambique gas project
APM Terminals boost for West Africa Container Terminal (WACT), Onne
SA Government extends the West Coast Rock Lobster season
DOF Subsea announces two African contract awards
Damen Shipyards Sharjah lays keel for Nigerian Navy landing craft
DEME Group backhoe dredger Pinnochio completes La Reunion contract, leaves island
Transnet diesel thieves caught in the act
Denmark and Cameroon explore co-operation in maritime affairs
Takoradi to pilot single window ICUMS system from Friday 21 February
State Department advises US citizens against cruising to Asia
Seafarers facing unprecedented challenges during the coronavirus outbreak
HMS Montrose makes another major drug bust at sea

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Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 4 March 2019

Africa PORTS & SHIPS Maritime News

Here are the news headlines:
First View 1: EASTERN LIGHT
Tema’s new container terminal means layoffs at the Inland Container Depots, says Ghana Ports Authority
Cyclone Haleh threatens mid Indian Ocean
Capespan’s The Logistics Group (TLG) ready to expand facilities to the fresh fruit export sector
New Comoros communications undersea cable to become operational in third quarter
Japan comes out in support of open-loop scrubbers, says no threat to environment
Anadarko Petroleum to invest US$176 million in Mozambique the first half of 2019
MODEC awarded FPSO contract for SNE Field offshore Senegal
Digital facelift for Mombasa tea trade
New Uganda port for Kampala receives go-ahead
UK Defence Secretary announces £235 million submarine nuclear propulsion deal
Transport Minister in Durban today to address inaugural Maritime Transport Sector Dialogue
Suez Canal registers highest daily tonnage in 150 years
Dynamar: The East & Southern Africa Container Trades 2019
UK ordered to hand back Chagos Islands (and Diego Garcia) to Mauritius
Nigerian ports reopen after election shutdown
CSA 2020 says Scrubber Washwater Composition Study showed positive results
South Africa’s ZACube-2 nanosatellite transmits first images from space
Cloudy Waters
Attempted pirate attack on container ship in Gulf of Guinea
Mozambique deploys troops to the north to protect gas exploration
Five new diesel-electric locomotives arrive in Maputo for CFM
Strike action by port workers rejecting concessioning at Port Sudan
Viking Jupiter delivered with Thordon water lubricated propulsion arrangement
French ship Cassard conducts 2nd drug seizure off coast of Oman
Ethiopia signs pipeline deal with Djibouti
Keel laid to mark construction of first of three Multi-Mission Inshore Patrol vessels for SA Navy
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Red faces as two MSC Cruises’ ships embarrassingly collide
Fifth drug strike for HMS Dragon under CTF 150 Command
Jihadists attack Anadarko workers near Palma and execute one man — Anadarko seeks armoured vehicles
Namport and Port of Dunkerque sign Memorandum of Understanding
Wilhelmsen reports strong results for fourth quarter 2018 — 5% increase in top line
New strategic appointments strengthen Southern African Shipyard’s team
Construction commences at Port of Ngqura Liquid Bulk Terminal
Durban-built barge will be only one of its kind in the world
Indian Register of Shipping (IRClass) to focus on business opportunities in Greece
Djibouti says Doraleh is now better run than a year ago and is a world-class commercial and logistics hub
TNPA has contingency plan for Port Elizabeth tanker berth outage

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