Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 23 March 2024

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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FIRST VIEW:   Port of Dar es Salaam

Durban Container Terminal Pier 2 Recovery will take another 3-5 months
WHARF TALK: MR2 products tanker – ZEZE START
Exercise Ibsamar 2024 looks likely later this year
Pirates move Abdullah into Somali territorial waters to avoid rescue attempt
New Indian Navy survey vessel INS Sandhayak
Xeneta Update: How low will spot rates go from Far East into Europe?
WHARF TALK: cable laying ship – ISAAC NEWTON
Port of Namibe staff to receive training in Germany
Funcionários do Porto do Namibe receberão formação na Alemanha
Be my witness: Taiwanese container ship takes out four ship-to-shore cranes
Air Cargo Digitalization Leadership Charter: First Signatories per IATA
WHARF TALK: cable laying vessel – ENDEAVOUR
Ports Regulator of South Africa and B-BBEE Commission Sign MOU
Xeneta Update: Mexico amid ongoing US trade war
In Conversation: Undersea cables for Africa’s internet retrace history and leave digital gaps as they connect continents
Introduction of third-party access to Transnet’s rail network a step closer
WHARF TALK: small gearless bulk carrier – ELECTRAMAR
Pirated ship Ruen and crew freed by Indian Navy
NATO Exercise Dynamic Manta: Mediterranean showcase
GEFO chemical tanker Tosca is a certified industry pioneer
APM Container Freight Station commissioned in Onne, Nigeria
IMO and Madagascar: Duties and obligations of a Flag State
Drama in South Atlantic as yacht sinks, sailors rescued

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