Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 11-13 February 2021

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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Front Page: LOTUS

Nautic Africa launches new 35-metre flagship vessel
WHARF TALK: Thursday’s Cape Town ship observations
Supply chain specialist warns of more supply chain delays
DP World Maputo: Looking ahead to the future
Nigeria-Niger SGR railway aims to ease logistics of import and export business
South African Port Statistics for the Calendar Year 2020
Cabo Delgado Conflict: Escalating tensions and COVID-19
PIRACY: Products tanker Maria E boarded near Sao Tome, 6th boarding this year
WHARF TALK: Cocaine cache discovered inside container at Port of Ngqura
Green light for Africa’s first offshore gas terminal
Logistics Industry Sees Global Recovery Out of Reach for 2021
Magellan and the world’s first circumnavigation, 500 years ago
US DOT releases report to Congress
Nigerian cabotage & ship ownership back in the news
Nigerian Navy personnel accused of colluding with drug smugglers and pirates
PIRACY: Yet another ship attacked by pirates
WHARF TALK: Durban & Cape Town Ship Movements
From war elephants to cheap electronics: modern globalisation has its roots in ancient trade networks
Call for US mariners to report their mental health needs during COVID-19
WHARF TALK: Durban Port Bulletin News
WHARF TALK: Durban Volume and Vessel Call Performance
WHARF TALK: Reefer train to ease road congestion at CTCT
WHARF TALK: Cape Town ship observations
WHARF TALK: Port of Djibouti launches shipyard construction
Historic marine instrument discovered on Port Elizabeth beach
Taiwan’s Evergreen orders 20 new 15,000-TEU container ships
Konecranes receives crane orders for helping transship bauxite offshore in Guinea
Chile’s Navy selects Canada’s Vard Marine to design new multipurpose transport ship
MT Sea Phantom boarded by pirates 115 miles from Kribi

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