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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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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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East Libyan Rebels Close to Port Deal - The Maritime Executive


East Libyan Rebels Close to Port Deal
The Maritime Executive
The comments, the most optimistic for months, came after the government met a rebel demand to release three of their fighters who boarded a tanker loading oil at a rebel-held port in an attempt to get it to markets. They were captured when U.S. forces ...

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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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Gregory Celestan Serves Tampa Port Board - The Maritime Executive (press release)


Gregory Celestan Serves Tampa Port Board
The Maritime Executive (press release)
Port Tampa Bay is pleased to announce the recent gubernatorial appointment of Gregory Celestan as newest commissioner for Florida's largest port. Celestan, appointed for a four-year term by Gov. Rick Scott, is expected to attend his first official ...

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Casablanca Port to get Tourism Boost - The Maritime Executive

Casablanca Port to get Tourism Boost - The Maritime Executive
The Maritime Executive

Casablanca Port to get Tourism Boost
The Maritime Executive
The Arab Gulf states fund Wessal Capital will invest 6 billion dirhams ($737 million) in tourism infrastructure in the port of Casablanca, the first in a series of other similar projects planned by the Gulf states, a statement from the royal cabinet ...

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Adani's Mundra Port hits 100 MMT mark - Maritime Professional (blog)


Adani's Mundra Port hits 100 MMT mark
Maritime Professional (blog)
A stupendous feat has been achieved by the privately run Mundra Port, the flagship port of Adani Ports and SEZ Ltd. (APSEZL), having today reported crossing the 100 million metric tonnes mark for the fiscal 2013-14. It has become the only commercial ...

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Maritime education initiative described at Jefferson chamber gathering - Peninsula Daily


Maritime education initiative described at Jefferson chamber gathering
Peninsula Daily
PORT TOWNSEND — The idea of a maritime-based curriculum in the local school system has gained support since fundraising began last fall, but the business community could do more to support the proposal, a longtime educator said Monday.

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Oil Flow to Libyian Port Still Blocked - The Maritime Executive

Oil Flow to Libyian Port Still Blocked - The Maritime Executive
The Maritime Executive

Oil Flow to Libyian Port Still Blocked
The Maritime Executive
Oil condensate flows from Libya's Wafa field to the western Mellitah port are still blocked, while gas exports to Italy are flowing normally, state-run National Oil Corp (NOC) said on Sunday. A group of oil security guards has blocked an oil pipeline ...

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