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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Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 6 July 2024

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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FIRST VIEW:   Durban Bay on a Saturday morning

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
WHARF TALK: MR2 products tanker – YASA SEAGULL
SEIA reports highlight DP World’s socio-economic benefits for Nigeria and South Africa
Japanese Navy ships Cape Town visit – Public Public Visiting times
Maersk boss speaks of ‘massive impact’ of Red Sea attacks on global supply chains
WHARF TALK: MR2 products tanker – NORD VICTORIOUS
Marsa Maroc to operate Eastern Container Terminal at port of Nador West Med (NWM)
RFA concerned about ‘new brooms sweeping clean’ at cabinet level
Hapag-Lloyd terminal division rebranded as Hanseatic Global Terminals
Japan Maritime Self-Defence Force ships visiting Cape Town
WHARF TALK: MR2 products tanker – CL EMILY BRONTE
Great Fish Point Lighthouse turns 126 years today – World Marine ATON Day
ICS launches Global Health Emergency Guide, First Edition
Policy to boost African maritime security announced
Mombasa: Maritime security training on control and compliance
Comoros outlines National Action Plan to strengthen oil spill response
WHARF TALK: three-funnel passenger liner – CAP POLONIO
MOL to improve logistics presence in South-East Africa, taking stake in Alistair Group
SAS Amatola visit to Russia cancelled – defects and lack of maintenance cited
Beira port reacts, says record container volumes are being achieved this year
O porto da Beira reage e diz que volumes recordes de contentores estão a ser alcançados este ano
Port of Dar es Salaam hosts its largest containership, MSC ADU V
IMO Maritime Single Window: Port of Abidjan, Cȏte d’Ivoire
Kenmare names two new dredgers for new Moma mine site

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Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 30 January 2022

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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FIRST VIEW:   SYROS TRADER

WHARF TALK: Saudi-flagged oil products tanker – NCC SAFA
New container handling equipment enhances Monrovia’s port service delivery
Meals on Wheels & SAMSA provide food parcels for crew of abandoned ships in Durban port
HMS Spey and Tonga tsunami relief
Positive year-end results for Port of Maputo
Cyclone Ana: Flooding in Tete province, bridges down
WHARF TALK: back from the Antarctic – SILVER ARCTIC
Tema’s MPS Terminal 3 breaks productivity record on MSC Ivana
IN CONVERSATION: US trade pact suspensions: what it means for Ethiopia, Mali and Guinea
Keeping the Global South safe and secure: South Atlantic and Indian Oceans
Terminal 3: Port of Tema signs contract for another 15 Ship-to-Shore cranes
WHARF TALK: LR1 Panamax tanker – GULF HORIZON
MSC Orchestra on her way to Marion Island
IN CONVERSATION: Somaliland’s quest for recognition: UK debate offers hint of a sea change
Record cargo at the Port of Felixstowe
DoT Minister Mbalula unveils investments to support Operation Phakisa
Cyclone Ana goes ashore in Mozambique, flood warnings sound
Cape Town Council concerned over delays at Cape Town port
WHARF TALK: successful Supramax bulker – MAGNUM ENERGY
Tanzania and Burundi agree on rail connection to Dar es Salaam
EU Navies to continue with Gulf of Guinea patrols
IN CONVERSATION: Nanosatellite launch is a big step forward for African space science
Tropical Storm ANA reaches Mozambique coast
Tanger Med Port Results: 7 million TEU mark exceeded
Transport minister to visit Dormac Marine, then address captains of industry
Durban port R100 billion Master Plan
Cyclone considered likely over Mozambique Channel and coast
Lowest reported maritime piracy incidents: Caution urged nevertheless
IN CONVERSATION: Africa faces an uphill battle against western emissions to combat climate change
British warship intercepts over one ton of illegal drugs in Gulf of Oman
First ship-to-containership LNG bunkering operation performed on CMA CGM Bali

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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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