Baby Steps Key for Autonomous Ecosystem

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SAMSA: MSC Boxship Loses 13 Containers off Durban

Containership

A containership operated by MSC loses a number of containers off Durban.

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Injured Seafarer Dies on Bulker off South Africa

A critically injured crewman died on board the bulk carrier MV Grand Amanda off South Africa on October 19, the ...

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Two Sailors Die after Evacuation from Bulker

Two seafarers died after they were evacuated from bulk carrier Agios Fanourios off the coast of Transkei, South ...

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68 Rescued from Listing Ferry off South Africa

Sixty-eight passengers and crew members have been rescued from the Robben Island passenger ferry Thandi after the ...

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Höegh Autoliners Faces Price Fixing Charges

The Norwegian car shipping company Höegh Autoliners has been referred to the Competition Tribunal of South Africa ...

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Injured Sailor Evacuated from Boxship off South Africa

An injured crewmember was evacuated from the 50,790 dwt containership Thuringia on March 29 while the ship was ...

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K Line Faces Penalty for Price-Fixing in South Africa

Japanese shipping company Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha Ltd (K Line) is facing a fine for its alleged involvement in a ...

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Drewry: Southern Africa Imports from Asia on Recovery Path

Ailing South Africa imports from Asia could see a small recovery in 2017, as improving demand and capacity ...

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Stolt-Nielsen, ISS Ink South African Port Agency Deal

Maritime services provider Inchcape Shipping Services (ISS) has won a new contract with Oslo-listed shipowner ...

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Stowaway Incidents Rise in South Africa

Gothenburg-based marine insurer The Swedish Club has issued an urgent stowaway advice for shipowners to prevent ...

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MSC Sinfonia Kicks Off South African Cruise Season

The South African 2016/17 cruise season began on November 1, 2016, with the arrival of the first international ...

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South African Ports Selected for LNG-to-Power Projects

Two South African ports have been selected for the first phase of the LNG-to-Power IPP Procurement Programme, ...

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South African Officials Raid Premises of Six Shipping Firms

The premises of six cargo shipping companies operating in the Western Cape and Kwazulu-Natal provinces were raided ...

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SAECS Service to Add Rotterdam Port

In late September 2016, the port of Rotterdam will be added to South Africa Europe Container Service (SAECS), ...

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Aegean Setting Up Bunkering Operation in South Africa

Greece-headquartered fuel supplier Aegean Marine Petroleum Network is launching a bunker operation in South ...

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Interview: South Africa Faced with Shortfall in Investment

While still developing as a shipping hub, South Africa is well positioned to become a major centre for the shipping ...

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South Africa to Boost Maritime Workforce Supply

South Africa has the potential to become a global supplier of high-quality, highly-skilled ship’s ...

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TNPA Maps Out Infrastructure Project Plans

The ports industry is in a state of radical change and uncertainty, which requires flexible and adaptable port ...

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Cape Orchid First Ship to Fly South African Flag

South Africa has welcomed the first cargo ship to be registered under the country’s flag, the Cape ...

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Sailors’ Society Launches Crisis Response Centre in Durban

Southampton-based seafarer support charity Sailors’ Society has launched a Crisis Response Centre in Durban, South ...

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Preferred Bidder for Cape Town Cruise Terminal Selected

Preferred Bidder for Cape Town Cruise Terminal Selected

South Africa’s Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) has chosen compatriot V&A Waterfront (Pty) Ltd to ...

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