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NAMIBIA: The number of vessels calling at Namibian ports surged by 29% in the financial year ending 31 March with port visits jumping from 1,636...
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Port tariff strategy up for review

SOUTH AFRICA: The Ports Regulator of South Africa is calling for comments on its update of the 2015 and 2020 Tariff Strategy documents that...
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Tanker renamed to honour local maritime roots 0 Shipping
MRA Online

Tanker renamed to honour local maritime roots

GHANA: The official renaming of the Densu River took place in the Port of Tema today as a gesture of commitment by owners, AMSOL to the local maritime industry where the tanker delivers marine fuel on behalf of the Ghana Oil Company (GOIL).
More ships for Namibian ports 0 Ports
MRA Online

More ships for Namibian ports

NAMIBIA: The number of vessels calling at Namibian ports surged by 29% in the financial year ending 31 March with port visits jumping from 1,636 to 2,115 calls. These included foreign tugs, dry bulk vessels, containerised vessels, foreign fishing...

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