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16
Sep 2021

Hapag-Lloyd has today (16 September) officially inaugurated its own offices in Morocco, with a headquarters in Casablanca and two satellite offices in Tangier and Agadir.

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09
Sep 2021

Bunker One has announced plans for a physical supply operation in Mauritius which will serve vessels operating on the main maritime routes between East and West Africa.

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18
Aug 2021

Tanger Alliance has selected Portchain’s Berth Optimisation Engine to manage and digitise operations at the Container Terminal 3 (TC3) in Tanger Med II.

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17
Aug 2021

The 25,117 DWT tanker, acquired from Neste in Finland and now renamed as Monjasa Trader, left the Port of Rotterdam on 15 August and is now heading for Lomé in West Africa.

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13
Aug 2021

BIMCO has advised its members that, from 1 September, ships calling at ports in Sierra Leone could face penalties of up to $15,000 if they carry fuel which exceeds the IMO 2020 0.50% sulphur cap.

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04
Aug 2021

Following on from its acquisition of NileDutch, Hapag-Lloyd is continuing to strengthen its presence in Africa with a new office in Senegal.

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26
Jul 2021

Transnet, the South African transport and pipeline infrastructure organisation which controls Transnet National Ports Authority and Transnet Port Terminals, says it has ‘identified and isolated the source of the disruption to its IT systems’ which has affected cargo movements and port operations at the ports of Durban, Cape Town and Richards Bay.

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22
Jul 2021

Eni and Kenya’s Ministry of Petroleum and Mining have signed an Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on promoting decarbonisation under which they will look at ways of providing feedstocks for Eni’s bio-refineries.

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21
Jul 2021

South Africa’s largest refinery – the 180,000 barrels a day (b/p) SAPREF plant in Durban – is currently restarting after a temporary shutdown prompted by the unrest in the Kwa-Zulu Natal province.

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12
Jul 2021

Angola’s national oil company Sonangol has launched a public tender for parties interested in investing in its new Lobito refinery project.

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