Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 13 July 2024

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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FIRST VIEW:   Ipek – off the boneyard

Inland Navigation: Pathway for sustainable urbanization & industrialisation in Africa
Ultra Galaxy update – salvage operations take centre stage
Transnet gradually resuming port operations at Cape ports
Korean Register successfully installs onboard carbon capture system onto container ship
Stricken Ultra Galaxy goes aground off West Coast
WHARF TALK: multi-purpose heavylifter – KEITH
Houthis resume attacks on shipping
Xeneta Update: Global demand for ocean freight container shipping hit an all-time record in May
Voith Schneider about to supply propellers for 1000th Voith water tractor
Salvage tugs head for the stricken Ultra Galaxy
Transnet closely monitoring port operations amid adverse weather conditions
WHARF TALK: guided missile destroyer – JS SHIMAKAZE
Maputo railway section to SA border now a double track line
Over 500 tankers will call at Dangote Refinery this year
Technology: DNV rules create new in-operation class framework
Cargo ship Ultra Galaxy listing off West Coast, crew rescued
WHARF TALK: Japanese naval visitors to South Africa, including – JS KASHIMA
80-ton Lekki port tugs named and commissioned
Benin: Port of Cotonou loses its Niger trade but “still doing well”
Houthi’s score another success – Port of Eilat facing bankruptcy
Iranian frigate Sahand capsizes at her mooring
WHARF TALK: Capesize bulk carrier – GEORGE ISLAND
Hello Ceva Logistics, totsiens Bolloré Logistics
Mombasa port embraces the reefer sector
Ballast water management: New IMO online course – Free-to-access
Port of Tema: MPS installs latest simulator facility at Tema port
In Conversation: The story of how Swahili became Africa’s most spoken language
Angola’s Port of Luanda honoured by ESQR award
In Conversation: Shell didn’t consult communities properly about mining the Wild Coast – but how much legal protection do South Africans have?
Port Advisories and general shipping news  UPDATE

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