Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 19 April 2020

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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Pirates board container ship Tommi Ritscher outside Cotonou
Port Terminals to reopen to help decongest the ports, mining also reopens with conditions
Port Statistics for the month of March 2020 are now available here
ExxonMobil’s Rovuma LNG production may be postponed to 2030
Namdock adds ballast water treatment systems to its offering
Tanzania government provides US$4.322 million for TAZARA
Wildoceans launches project to stop plastic entering ports: Durban Bay becomes pilot port
Nigeria’s Shippers Council concerned over lower port revenues
Tanzanian road transporters anticipate cargo decline
Port of Beira shows increase in cargo volumes
audi Ports Authority and Saudi Global Ports accord
Ghana reports cargo traffic in ports unaffected by COVID-19 restrictions
IMO and Port State Control inspection: Authorities set pragmatic approach to support global supply chain
SAMSA vows tough action against abuse on board ships in SA waters
Jihadist terrorists attack Mozambique’s Quirimba Island
Tanzania keeps borders open & Dar es Salaam to maintain port services
Fifth anniversary for world’s first methanol-powered ship, Stena Germanica
COVID-19 exit and recovery strategy — The message: Keep European ports going
Economic Impact of Port of Durban Delays
Four new straddle carriers arrive for Cape Town Container Terminal
HMS Audacious arrives at her home port
Cruise ship Greg Mortimer crippled by the coronavirus bug
In these waters: The US helping keep them and us safe
Ardent Americas taken over by Royal Boskalis Westminster NV

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