Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 9 September 2022

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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FIRST VIEW:   Jolly Palladio

Cable theft disrupts coal deliveries to Richards Bay Coal Terminal
WHARF TALK: HMS SWALLOW – 1768
IN CONVERSATION: Kenya’s Lamu Port was meant to deliver great things. But, as the story of local fishermen shows, it hasn’t
Xeneta container update: Questioning myths of declining container volumes
South Africa cuts short orange export season to EU due to Black Spot concerns
MSC re-routes ships to avoid blue whales off the coast of Sri Lanka
VUKA Marine extends its support for the SA ship register
WHARF TALK: HMS SWALLOW – 1768
Focus on Port of Durban – Unusual ship movements
U.S. sea base ship Hershel “Woody” Williams next calls at Walvis Bay
Africa Adaptation Summit
TRADE NEWS: DNV and MSC sign 100 vessel contract for Anti-Roll Assist and ARCS
Shell loses case as High Court rules against Wild Coast survey
WHARF TALK: German light cruiser – KARLSRUHE  1935
Mozambique’s President Nyusi confirms a second FLNG for Rovuma Basin is under study
New KZN Dube Trade Port chemical plant to boost economy, reduce exports
MSC’s TIL & Hutchison Ports team up for massive Rotterdam container terminal
Keen interest by third party operators for slots on railway network
WHARF TALK: An English Privateer and Robinson Crusoe – 1710
USS Hershel ‘Woody’ Williams crew awarded USCG Special Operations Service Ribbon
Tanger Med installs advanced software to reduce wind gust damage
Os 35 casualty – pumping continues as engineroom structure expected to deteriorate
Focus switch to COP27: African leaders in Gabon for Africa Climate Week
Commonwealth Secretariat and UNCTAD Accord at Africa Climate Week 

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Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 1 July 2022

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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FIRST VIEW: MSC TOKYO

Durban and Richards Bay Port Master Plans due for validation
Port Elizabeth Car Terminal achieves record 5,700 export units on one vessel
WHARF TALK: former J.Lauritzen vessel – KNUD REEFER
WCO Illicit Trade Report 2021
UNCTAD promotes ‘Blue Deal’ investment and innovation at UN Conference
Future is Here: Berge Olympus grows WindWings
War in Ukraine raises global shipping costs, stifles trade, says UNCTAD
WHARF TALK: Cape Town container caller – MAERSK SHEERNESS
Faster port turnarounds: African teamwork by Inchcape
IN CONVERSATION:The art of bribery: a closeup look at how traffic officers operate on Kenya’s roads
NIMASA receives more mobile assets to tackle maritime security
Maritime News in Brief
WHARF TALK: maiden visit to Cape Town MAERSK PANGANI
World Customs Organization Council 2022 – outcomes
AfDB loan to improve access between Kribi industrial zone and deep-water port
IMO and combat of micro-plastics, bio-fouling and other wastes
MSC has “Appetite for Growth” in Africa, CEO Toft Tells Abidjan Forum
WHARF TALK: a reefer ship, Crimea and a local hero – ALMA
IN CONVERSATION: Ukraine war: as the conflict at sea intensifies, Russia’s prospects of victory look further off than ever
Franco-German diplomatic visit to Port of Aden: Importance of stimulating the Yemeni economy
Rwanda shows interest in using port of Nacala for imports and exports
Transnet commits to a R9.1 billion infrastructure spend for Port Elizabeth, Ngqura and East London ports
WHARF TALK: LR1 Panamax tanker LIA
Twelve fishermen rescued off Cape Point
Strong interest in gas pipelines from Nigeria to Europe as projects get underway
Transnet looks towards new orders for locomotives
IMO and maritime security support for Namibia
Apapa port’s standard gauge rail connections complete in July
Namport and Port of Antwerp sign MoU
IMO Day of the Seafarer
New port planned for Sudan on Red Sea coast

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Africa PORTS & SHIPS Maritime News – 3 November 2018

Africa PORTS & SHIPS Maritime News – 3 November 2018

Here are the News Headlines (check back for updates):

First View : RICHARDS BAY SMALL CRAFT BASIN
Vale forecasts dramatic reduction in 2018 Mozambique 2018 coal production
Record low hijackings yet danger persists in Gulf of Guinea
Fourth new cruise ship for Virgin Voyages
International: London Thamesport’s short sea role strengthened by Containerships
The greatest maritime rescue in history-OCEANOS
Master Mariners recognition for South Africa’s top salvage master Capt Nick Sloane
Maersk launches instant container bookings
Port Elizabeth reopened to shipping following crane collapse     
Bulk sector prospects positive but challenges ahead – Abto
At Last: Port of Richards Bay Floating Dock gets green light of approval
Ghana’s Ministry of Transport looking for investors in Tema Shipyard
Suspension for another top Transnet official 
Mozambique Economy is “more stable, but with reduced capacity for growth” – World Bank
New date set for opening of Maputo-Catembe Bridge
CMA CGM updates its WAX 3 and Midas 1 services to West Africa
Pirate whaler seized and destroyed off Somalia by EU NAVFOR 
Nigerian pirates strike again, 11 crew taken hostage from Pomerenia Sky 
The Port of Durban closed due to strong winds and swell – UPDATED port reopened to selected movements. 
Tanzania & Rwanda seek to fast-track SGR railway from Dar es Salaam
Float out of Australian icebreaker Nuyina aided by Unique Group
New performance record for Port of Mombasa   
EU NAVFOR programme of helping Somali fishermen continues
Trinity House commemorates the end of the First World War
Bidvest/Petredec Tank Terminals’ LPG storage facility launched in Richards Bay
20th Intermodal Africa Exhibition & Conference is in Accra next month
Agri-tech can turn African Savannah into global food basket
Captain Rufus Lekala’s return from suspension
NSRI called to evacuate patient off ship outside Durban
Another first for LBH Southern Africa and Port of Ngqura
Winds close Durban’s Maydon Wharf channel to shipping
Angola’s port of Namibe faces second phase of modernisation works
Damen to hold its first fishing seminar in Cape Town
Expected Ship Arrivals and Ships in Port
Cruise News and Naval Activities
Pics of the Day : GREEN KARMOY

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