Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 4 June 2023

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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FIRST VIEW:   COSCO CHANG SHENG

Air Cargo: Demand decline slows in April
WHARF TALK: When the Hunter Becomes the Hunted – SEA SHEPHERD  Part Two
Battle of the Atlantic: 80th commemoration – Port of Liverpool
Seabourn Sojourn completes call at Ghanaian port of Tema
Nigeria releases VLCC Heroic Idun after plea bargain by owners
DP World & Standard Bank partner to expand trade in Africa
WHARF TALK: When the Hunter Becomes the Hunted – SEA SHEPHERD
India and Kenya stage naval exercise off Mombasa
Xeneta Container Update: Long-term ocean freight rates collapse by almost 30% in a month
Algeria to expand ship repair in port of Arzew
Pier One problems are over, promises TPT
WHARF TALK: large LR1 product tanker – NAVE CIELO
In Conversation: China in Africa: Kenya railway study shows investment projects aren’t a one-way street
Opinion Piece: Africa’s slowly expanding cast of LNG players
Article d’opinion: Le casting d’acteurs du GNL en expansion lente en Afrique
Protests close major road routes in Durban and Van Reenen
Runaway coal train collision – negligence or something else?
WHARF TALK: general cargo vessel – BLUE MASTER II
Libyan port attacked by drones, patrol vessels destroyed
IMO:   Mauritius – Strengthening oil spill preparedness plans
Boluda Maritime Corporation renforce son partenariat avec le Togo et l’Afrique de l’Ouest
Boluda Maritime Corporation strengthens its partnership with Togo and West Africa
Constitutional Court orders the extradition of Manuel Chang to the USA
WHARF TALK:two small bespoke tugs – FRANQUE TIDE & IGIRAN TIDE
Europe’s first new-build zero-emission tug on its way
Gibraltar’s Gibdock dockyard: Balaena celebrates first year anniversary
Less containers lost at sea in 2022 – WSC report
TRADE NEWS: Fluent Cargo Makes Route Planning Easy
Women in Maritime: 2024 IMO Gender Equality Award
Sixteen bodies found after Chinese fishing vessel Lu Peng Yuan Yu 028 capsizes

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Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 9 February 2020

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news

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Front Page: MARCO POLO
ONE and the novel coronavirus
IMO 2020 Global Sulphur Cap — milestone or millstone for maritime industry?
New East Mediterranean-America service (EMA) to be launched
Seabourn cruise ship rouses Angolan interest in cruising
ClassNK approves in principal Kawasaki Heavy Industries LPG Fuel Supply System
Durban port in the doldrums
Coronavirus quarantine leaves global shipping market reeling — Dryad Global
Total Lubmarine launches innovative engine coolant. Big deal for industry
Nigeria suspends the Secure Anchorage; ships must now anchor at national ports
US Law Enforcement Partners apprehend smugglers
Gulf of Guinea: fighting criminal groups in the Niger Delta is key to defeating piracy
Oil companies in northern Mozambique call for additional military protection
DP World reports 1% growth and 71 million TEU handled
Namport responds to reports of missing fishing vessels
Hapag-Lloyd to lower CO2 emissions using biofuel
Bar set high for new Transnet CEO
CWM Survey & Inspection is now fully Licensed by the SSMO to inspect regulated products shipped to Sudan
Tullow Oil and Total ready to sell off Kenya’s South Lokichar oil fields
DTI says SA trade relations with UK remain unchanged following Brexit
Slow boat from China delays the mailman
LBH Jack up barge heads to Mocimboa da Praia to become instant ‘pop up port’
Transnet confirms that Portia Derby is the new Group CEO
Maldives becomes 54th member of Commonwealth family
India’s satellite services: The IMO overview
Transnet announces plans to prevent coronavirus from entering country’s ports

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Africa PORTS & SHIPS Maritime News

Africa PORTS & SHIPS Maritime News

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First View : TWO CRUISE SHIPS IN ALGOA BAY
Port Statistics for December 2017 are now available
Ngqura Manganese Terminal delayed until October 2023
Oiltanking has new liquid bulk storage terminal at Matola (Maputo)
Kenya’s standard gauge railway (SGR) opens to freight traffic
US Commerce Department hits SA steel exports with heavy anti-dumping duties
FEATURE: Africa could learn from Asia’s success with logistics corridors
INTERNATIONAL: Latest expansion begins at Port of Felixstowe
INTERNATIONAL: The Royal Navy was busy over Christmas
PRESS RELEASE: DRC: Implementation of a “Port Tax” surcharge
Expected Ship Arrivals and Ships in Port
Cruise News and Naval Activities
Pics of the Day : I saw three ships come sailing by

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