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RECENT NEWSLETTERS
Unrest disrupts fishing industry
15 August  2018

PLUS: News from Africa


RoRo built in Kenya for Uganda
08 August  2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Ghana, Angola


New tug boat for the Port of Mombasa
01 August  2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Namibia, Kenya, Angola


TPT aims for top five position
25 July  2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Morocco, Mali


Illegal fishing costs Mozambique millions
18 July  2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Ghana, Nigeria


Repair hub shows return on investment
11 July  2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Mozambique, Nigeria


Kenya to buy salvage tug
04 July  2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Ghana, Gabon


Seafarers in the spotlight
27 June  2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Morocco, Mauritius


Drama unfolds at DAFF
20 June  2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Tanzania


Two African companies represented on IALA Council
13 June  2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Mauritius, Ghana, Namibia


SA training vessel takes on ratings in a pilot programme
06 June  2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Mauritius, Ghana, Angola, Mozambique, Namibia


Efforts intensified to curb marine poaching
30 May 2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Mauritius, Nigeria


Temporary lighthouse for Richards Bay
24 May 2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Mauritius, Ghana


Resin companies fined for cartel conduct
16 May 2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya and Equatorial Guinea


Mossel Bay Yacht Club seeks to appeal eviction
09 May 2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Kenya


Shipping line focuses on growing market in Africa
02 May 2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Kenya


Agreement signed for OSSB in Saldanha
25 April 2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Kenya, Ghana


Durban port collision under investigation
18 April 2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana


DP World warns potential concession holders against pursuing agreements for Doraleh
11 April 2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana


Joint operations combat maritime crime over Easter
04 April 2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Mozambique


South African shipping company to list on NASDAQ
28 March 2018

PLUS: News from Ghana, South Africa, Mozambique


EU and Côte d'Ivoire renew Fisheries Partnership Agreement for six years
21 March 2018

PLUS: News from Ghana, South Africa, Mozambique


Private sector required to revive Nigerian shipping line
14 March 2018

PLUS: News from Namibia, South Africa


Fisheries control officers arrested
07 March 2018

PLUS: News from Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa


Government seizes terminal and cancels concession
01 March 2018

PLUS: News from Senegal, Mauritius, Morocco, South Africa


India to set up military base in Seychelles
21 February 2018

PLUS: News from Namibia, Mozambique, Nigeria, Angola, South Africa 


Government to use NPA to "force" transformation in the port sector
14 February 2018

PLUS: News from Ghana, Egypt


Working to strengthen African cooperation for maritime security
07 February 2018

PLUS: News from Mozambique, South Africa


FPSO arrives to fanfare in Lagos
31 January 2018

PLUS: News from Gabon, Ghana, Mozambique, South Africa 


It's farewell to an iconic shipping service
24 January 2018

PLUS: News from Mauritius, Tanzania

Unrest disrupts fishing industry
15 August  2018

PLUS: News from Africa


RoRo built in Kenya for Uganda
08 August  2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Ghana, Angola


New tug boat for the Port of Mombasa
01 August  2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Namibia, Kenya, Angola


TPT aims for top five position
25 July  2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Morocco, Mali


Illegal fishing costs Mozambique millions
18 July  2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Ghana, Nigeria


Repair hub shows return on investment
11 July  2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Mozambique, Nigeria


Kenya to buy salvage tug
04 July  2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Ghana, Gabon


Seafarers in the spotlight
27 June  2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Morocco, Mauritius


Drama unfolds at DAFF
20 June  2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Tanzania


Two African companies represented on IALA Council
13 June  2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Mauritius, Ghana, Namibia


SA training vessel takes on ratings in a pilot programme
06 June  2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Mauritius, Ghana, Angola, Mozambique, Namibia


Efforts intensified to curb marine poaching
30 May 2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Mauritius, Nigeria


Temporary lighthouse for Richards Bay
24 May 2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Mauritius, Ghana


Resin companies fined for cartel conduct
16 May 2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya and Equatorial Guinea


Mossel Bay Yacht Club seeks to appeal eviction
09 May 2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Kenya


Shipping line focuses on growing market in Africa
02 May 2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Kenya


Agreement signed for OSSB in Saldanha
25 April 2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Kenya, Ghana


Durban port collision under investigation
18 April 2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana


DP World warns potential concession holders against pursuing agreements for Doraleh
11 April 2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana


Joint operations combat maritime crime over Easter
04 April 2018

PLUS: News from South Africa, Mozambique


South African shipping company to list on NASDAQ
28 March 2018

PLUS: News from Ghana, South Africa, Mozambique


EU and Côte d'Ivoire renew Fisheries Partnership Agreement for six years
21 March 2018

PLUS: News from Ghana, South Africa, Mozambique


Private sector required to revive Nigerian shipping line
14 March 2018

PLUS: News from Namibia, South Africa


Fisheries control officers arrested
07 March 2018

PLUS: News from Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa


Government seizes terminal and cancels concession
01 March 2018

PLUS: News from Senegal, Mauritius, Morocco, South Africa


India to set up military base in Seychelles
21 February 2018

PLUS: News from Namibia, Mozambique, Nigeria, Angola, South Africa 


Government to use NPA to "force" transformation in the port sector
14 February 2018

PLUS: News from Ghana, Egypt


Working to strengthen African cooperation for maritime security
07 February 2018

PLUS: News from Mozambique, South Africa


FPSO arrives to fanfare in Lagos
31 January 2018

PLUS: News from Gabon, Ghana, Mozambique, South Africa 


It's farewell to an iconic shipping service
24 January 2018

PLUS: News from Mauritius, Tanzania

International Maritime Organisation News:

IMO continues roll out of new port emission training
18/05/2018  For ports to cut emissions, they first need to quantify them - then identify measures to reduce port-related emissions in a cost-effective way.  The strategic partnership between the IMO-run GloMEEP project on energy efficiency and the International Association of Ports and Harbours (IAPH) is helping selected countries to develop port emission inventories and draw up a port emission reduction strategy.

Forum looks at challenges and opportunities for IMO
16/05/2018  Under the theme IMO 70:  Our Heritage - Better Shipping for a Better Future, two panels of experts led debates at a forum held recently at IMO Headquarters to discuss IMO's role in the future of shipping and international trade.  

IMO's Kitack Lim heralds new Global Ocean Institute
08/05/2018  IMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim attended the inauguration of the new maritime and ocean policy research institute at the World Maritime University in Malmo, Sweden.  Lim said that the establishment of the WMU-Sasakawa Global Ocean Institute was of great strategic importance for IMO and for all those who seek to advance the global ocean agenda.  

First IMO training event for Libyan port facility security officers
02/05/2018  IMO maritime security is underway for Libyan port facility security officers, managers and designated authority officials.  The workshop, delivered purely in Arabic, aims to assist the Libyan Government in enhanced security risk assessments and controls on maritime transport through its territory.

Initial GHG strategy for international shipping set for adoption
09/04/2018  The adoption of an initial strategy on the reduction of GHG emissions from ships is one of the key items on the agenda of the IMO's Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC 72), which is under way between 9 and 13 April.

IMO continues roll out of new port emission training
18/05/2018  For ports to cut emissions, they first need to quantify them - then identify measures to reduce port-related emissions in a cost-effective way.  The strategic partnership between the IMO-run GloMEEP project on energy efficiency and the International Association of Ports and Harbours (IAPH) is helping selected countries to develop port emission inventories and draw up a port emission reduction strategy.

Forum looks at challenges and opportunities for IMO
16/05/2018  Under the theme IMO 70:  Our Heritage - Better Shipping for a Better Future, two panels of experts led debates at a forum held recently at IMO Headquarters to discuss IMO's role in the future of shipping and international trade.  

IMO's Kitack Lim heralds new Global Ocean Institute
08/05/2018  IMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim attended the inauguration of the new maritime and ocean policy research institute at the World Maritime University in Malmo, Sweden.  Lim said that the establishment of the WMU-Sasakawa Global Ocean Institute was of great strategic importance for IMO and for all those who seek to advance the global ocean agenda.  

First IMO training event for Libyan port facility security officers
02/05/2018  IMO maritime security is underway for Libyan port facility security officers, managers and designated authority officials.  The workshop, delivered purely in Arabic, aims to assist the Libyan Government in enhanced security risk assessments and controls on maritime transport through its territory.

Initial GHG strategy for international shipping set for adoption
09/04/2018  The adoption of an initial strategy on the reduction of GHG emissions from ships is one of the key items on the agenda of the IMO's Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC 72), which is under way between 9 and 13 April.

PIRACY UPDATES
Piracy News & Figures

The IMB Piracy Reporting Centre PRC) is a non-governmental and non-profit organisation funded purely on voluntary contributions. The PRC forms an essential part in the response process of dealing with worldwide piracy and armed robbery.


UPDATED 05 February 2015

Worldwide Incidents 2015: 
Total Incidents Worldwide: 14 reported incidents 

For more information pleasecontact the IMB on +44 (0) 20 7423 6960


Twitter: Follow Piracy and Armed Robbery incidents on twitter via http://www.twitter.com/IMB_Piracy
 
 

Piracy News & Figures

The IMB Piracy Reporting Centre PRC) is a non-governmental and non-profit organisation funded purely on voluntary contributions. The PRC forms an essential part in the response process of dealing with worldwide piracy and armed robbery.


UPDATED 05 February 2015

Worldwide Incidents 2015: 
Total Incidents Worldwide: 14 reported incidents 

For more information pleasecontact the IMB on +44 (0) 20 7423 6960


Twitter: Follow Piracy and Armed Robbery incidents on twitter via http://www.twitter.com/IMB_Piracy
 
 

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