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Shipping line opens office in Morocco Friday, September 17, 20210

Shipping line opens office in Morocco

MOROCCO: Hapag-Lloyd  opened their own offices in Morocco yesterday. With this additional presence in the country, the company aims to relise...
New larger premises for container stacking opened Tuesday, August 31, 20210

New larger premises for container stacking opened

SOUTH AFRICA: United Container Depots has opened a larger container stacking depot in Beaconvale, Cape Town after vacating their Paarden Eiland...
IN-WATER HULL CLEANING – dead in South African waters? Wednesday, August 25, 20210

IN-WATER HULL CLEANING – dead in South African waters?

In-water hull cleaning should be a thriving sub-sector of the South African maritime industry. With commercial ports well-positioned on major...
Ports and maritime connectivity addressed in infrastructure plan Thursday, August 12, 20210

Ports and maritime connectivity addressed in infrastructure plan

SOUTH AFRICA: The National Infrastructure Plan 2050 (NIP 2050) gazetted this week for public comment highlights the current high port tariffs as...
Mauritius to revise oil spill preparedness in wake of Wakashio disaster Thursday, August 5, 20210

Mauritius to revise oil spill preparedness in wake of Wakashio disaster

MAURITIUS: The need to revise the country’s National Oil Spill Contingency Plan (NOSCP) was highlighted by the Vice-Prime Minister, Minister...
Shipping line opens office in Senegal Tuesday, August 3, 20210

Shipping line opens office in Senegal

SENEGAL: In a further effort to strengthen its position on the continent, Hapag-Lloyd opened a new office in the capital of Senegal - Dakar. 
Ports recovering capacity after security breach Friday, July 30, 20210

Ports recovering capacity after security breach

SOUTH AFRICA: According to a statement from government, Transnet has managed to fully restore operations across all the ports following a security...
Port disruptions costing importers Thursday, July 29, 20210

Port disruptions costing importers

SOUTH AFRICA: Clearing and Forwarding companies in Cape Town confirm that the status in the port that continues to be affected by the cyberattack...
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