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Agreement To Reopen Two Libyan Ports - The Maritime Executive


Agreement To Reopen Two Libyan Ports
The Maritime Executive
Libyan rebels occupying four eastern oil ports agreed with the government on Sunday to end their eight-month petroleum blockade, which has cost the North African state billions in lost revenues. Zueitina and Hariga ports, held by federalist rebels ...

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National Maritime Day celebrated by the Paradip Port Trust - Orissadiary.com

National Maritime Day celebrated by the Paradip Port Trust - Orissadiary.com
Orissadiary.com

National Maritime Day celebrated by the Paradip Port Trust
Orissadiary.com
Paradip: The 51st National Maritime Day was celebrated by the Paradip Port Trust (PPT) here on Saturday. The main function was held in the wet basin of the PPT's Marine Site office with hoisting of National Maritime Day flag by chief guest PPT...

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Exploring the risks and threats to port security - Marine Offshore Technology


Exploring the risks and threats to port security
Marine Offshore Technology
The Security Association for the Maritime Industry (SAMI) is providing the opportunity for the shipping industry to hear about and discuss the latest developments and innovations on Port Security in a seminar that will explore the risks, threats and ...

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Federal judge throws out 2 lawsuits brought by Terminal 6 operator, Port ... - The Oregonian


Federal judge throws out 2 lawsuits brought by Terminal 6 operator, Port...
The Oregonian
Court Judge Michael Simon dismissed an antitrust claim against the International Longshore and Warehouse Union and the Pacific Maritime Association. Simon also dismissed the Port's claim that the union and the association had intentionally interfered ...

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IMO Stresses Port Security to Reduce Stowaways - The Maritime Executive

IMO Stresses Port Security to Reduce Stowaways - The Maritime Executive
The Maritime Executive

IMO Stresses Port Security to Reduce Stowaways
The Maritime Executive
Port facilities need to further strengthen their capacities for surveillance and access control, in order to reduce the incidence of stowaways, participants at a regional seminar on stowaways in West and Central Africa agreed. The IMO Regional Seminar ...

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Global Maritime Security market predicted to grow to $19.48 billion by 2018 - PR Web (press release)


Global Maritime Security market predicted to grow to $19.48 billion by 2018
PR Web (press release)
The highly anticipated International Port Security 2014 conference returns to London on the 4th and 5th June 2014 to bring together a line-up of international speakers addressing the latest developments and security challenges faced in ports. The ...

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Port Concession - Intels Innovations Drive Standards in Maritime Sector - Vanguard


Port Concession - Intels Innovations Drive Standards in Maritime Sector
Vanguard
Prior to the concession of the sea ports in Nigeria, Nigerian ports were nothing to write home about. The ports were bedevilled by numerous ills and challenges. There were apparent lack of cargo handling equipment and in some terminals where they ...

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Mural a tribute to local maritime history - Port Lincoln Times


Mural a tribute to local maritime history
Port Lincoln Times
Beached at the Port River in the 1970s, the boat was rescued by the SA Ketch Preservation Association and is now on display at the Adelaide Maritime Museum. Annie Watt became the last wooden ketch to trade in SA waters and is now on display at the Port ...

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Maritime union in dispute with Esperance port over costings - Esperance Express


Maritime union in dispute with Esperance port over costings
Esperance Express
AN independent accountant is needed to break the deadlock between the Esperance Ports Sea and Land (EPSL) and the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA), says a union official. Negotiations between the union and EPSL management over a new enterprise ...

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