Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 17 June 2022

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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Beira port sees a 5% drop in cargo throughput – blames Ukraine war
WHARF TALK: X-Bow anchor handling tug – ALP SWEEPER
News and tidbits from around the ports of Africa
Eastern and Southern Africa: Women’s opportunities in the Maritime Sector
Gordhan pleased with Transnet over progress made with Durban rail & road flood damage
SA Port Statistics for the month of May 2022
WHARF TALK: a Handy/MR1 tanker named – BASSILEVOUSA
BOOK REVIEW: Coastal Passenger Liners of the British Isles
Algoa Bay Bay oil spill cleanup concluded
Lowering containership emissions through Just In Time arrivals
CMA CGM orders additional two Boeing 777 freighter aircraft
TPT & TFR introduce rail solution to solve trucking difficulties with citrus exports at Durban Container Terminal
WHARF TALK: oil products tanker – BRITISH CHIEF
SA Navy’s patrol vessel SAS King Sekhukhune to be commissioned in Durban on Wednesday
Sandock Austral Shipyards acquires rights to build self-propelled port feeder barge
U.S. President Biden calls for law to reduce shipping rates
INTERCARGO: Shipping industry suffering from Long Covid

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