Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 16 September 2022

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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South Korea deploys patrol boat to guard FLNG Coral Sul
WHARF TALK: MR2 tanker named AJAX
New Kenyan president asked to find solutions to delays at border crossings
Break-through: Volvo Trucks starts series production of heavy electric trucks
TRADE NEWS: NAVTOR signs major agreement with Shoei Kisen for NavFleet
Kaleris acquires Navis & launches first-of-a-kind Supply Chain Execution & Visibility Platform
Sappi Saiccor’s R7.7 billion upgrade a boost for KZN and for exports
OBITUARY: Shane Dwyer, maritime lawyer
NIMASA ordered to deploy unused new floating dock
ROAD TRANSPORT: Dachser SA enhances capabilities with new custom fleet
IN CONVERSATION: WTO head Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala: how trade can help beat inequality
WHARF TALK: Royal visits to South Africa – in the 19th Century
Uganda-owned ferry Pamba returns to service on Lake Victoria
Mozambique’s INAMAR levies fees for all users of coastline and sea
IMO training: Preventing loss of containers in west and central Africa
HAL makes ‘unconditional’ offer to acquire Royal Boskalis Westminster NV
Durban Container Terminal extends date of implementing changed free import storage rule
Public comment on revised Bunkering Codes is extended by one month
Dredging contract awarded to widen and deepen Monrovia’s port channels
Exmar confirms sale of FLNG Tango to Eni, along with LNG gas tanker charter
IN CONVERSATION: West Africa’s fisher women are experts at coping with job insecurity – but policymakers are using their resilience against them
Sitarail receives new tamping machine for Ivory Coast to Burkina Faso railway
The death of HM Queen Elizabeth II: Worldwide tributes
WHARF TALK: Subsea construction vessel – SKANDI AFRICA
Bolloré Logistics and Hapag-Lloyd commit on sustainable maritime transport
IN CONVERSATION: Climate change: colonial diaries in South Africa are helping scientists reconstruct weather patterns of the past to protect against future events
WMO: Climate change in Africa can destabilise countries and entire regions
OPEC Fund financing package to improve vital fishery industry in Liberia

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