Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 22 July 2023

Africa Ports & Ships maritime news

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FIRST VIEW:  Richards Bay Terminals

TNPA gets ready to kick-start deepening of N-berth at East London port’s car terminal
WHARF TALK: MR1 products tanker – HARRIS
IMO and IAPH MoU: Ship-port cooperation
Adani Ports aims at becoming terminal operator at Dar es Salaam
The Black Sea Grain Initiative
TNPA invites bids for container handling facility at Richards Bay port
TNPA invites bids for container handling facility at Richards Bay port
Three Chinese Navy ships to visit Cape Town next week
South Africa & DRC working together over border delays
Kenya’s six-year logging ban lifted- exports can resume
Proactive collaboration among all levels of government & business necessary for success of AfCFTA
Dredging Services: Making a garden for Nelson Mandela
Arsenio Antonio Dominguez Velasco to be the IMO Secretary General
Praise for Durban Container Terminal and port from citrus sector
WHARF TALK: trailing suction hopper dredger – WILLEM VAN ORANJE
Financing confirmed for Djibouti’s Free Trade Zone
Angola’s position as an oil and gas hub consolidated regionally
TRADE NEWS: Vesconite Hilube bearings for dredging companies
The Black Sea Grain Initiative – Russia terminates
BREAKING NEWS: ICTSI selected to manage & operate Durban Container Terminal DCT2
WHARF TALK: of tankers and terminals – ELLIE M II
Mozambique has concerns over South African truck attacks
Hapag-Lloyd’s new fortnightly West Africa Service well underway
Mozambique exports 100,000 tons of eucalyptus to Europe
It wasn’t a good week for SA transport
WHARF TALK: in with one name, out with another – VB RHYNO
Service changes on South Africa-Europe Container Service
Mozambique suspends all offshore marine activity along Beira coast
Admiral of the Fleet Lord Boyce KG GCB OBE DL remembered
ME news: MSC named the World’s Most Inspiring Liner Service
ME News: CMA CGM named World’s Most Inspiring Sustainable Shipping Initiative
UPDATE: Richards Bay Terminals fully operational again
Richards Bay port at virtual standstill following ‘stop work’ order

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