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5 ways to build a better supply chain
5 ways to build a better supply chain

In South Africa, optimizing the supply chain is essential for company performance...

By Kerry Hope 17 Oct 2018

Transnet NPA tests helicopter service at Port of Cape Town
Transnet NPA tests helicopter service at Port of Cape Town

Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) is exploring options to introduce a helicopter service at its Port of Cape Town...

15 Oct 2018

The best Biz summer holiday (content) package ever!
The best Biz summer holiday (content) package ever!

Feeling a bit state-capsized, swept along by more waves than a cryptocurrency chart? Here are some life-saving festive content ideas...

Issued by Bizcommunity.com 15 Oct 2018

DHL Express awarded most Top Employer certifications
DHL Express awarded most Top Employer certifications

DHL Express has been recognised as a Top Employer in Africa for the fifth consecutive year...

9 Oct 2018

IMO 2020: shipping companies to rethink fuel procurement
IMO 2020: shipping companies to rethink fuel procurement

Hafnia Group plans for shipping emissions challenge in 2020 by mandating Inatech to digitise fuel procurement...

3 Oct 2018

The future of logistics depends on key elements
The future of logistics depends on key elements

DHL recently showcased the key trends that could impact the logistics industry in the future...

1 Oct 2018

Court denies Radebe's appeal over removal from Transnet board
Court denies Radebe's appeal over removal from Transnet board

Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan has welcomed the high court's decision to dismiss Seth Radebe's application challenging his removal from office...

19 Sep 2018

Africa develops it's Transport 4.0 Strategy
Africa develops it's Transport 4.0 Strategy

Africa's growing populations create an increasing demand for transport infrastructure...

18 Sep 2018

Women in maritime - the focus at career fair
Women in maritime - the focus at career fair

Women in the South African maritime sector were the focus of an inaugural career fair hosted by the South African International Maritime Institute...

10 Sep 2018

Arctic and North Atlantic conditions bring route risk
Arctic and North Atlantic conditions bring route risk

Climate change is impacting ice hazards for shipping, freeing up new trade routes in some areas, while increasing the risk of ice in others...

7 Sep 2018

Fastvan launches SaaS platform
Fastvan launches SaaS platform

In keeping with its vision of redefining the way shipping is done, Fastvan has launched an end-to-end on-demand SaaS platform...

6 Sep 2018

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Injunction upholds Djibouti port joint venture agreement

An injunction restraining Djibouti's port company, Port de Djibouti S.A. (PDSA), from treating its joint venture shareholders' agreement with global trade enabler DP World as terminated has been granted...

6 Sep 2018

TNPA outlines plans for Port of Mossel Bay
TNPA outlines plans for Port of Mossel Bay

Transnet National Ports Authority recently explored how the Port of Mossel Bay can better serve the Garden Route region...

29 Aug 2018

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Use of drones in the shipping sector set to take-off

Unmanned systems are finding a growing number of applications in the maritime sector...

22 Aug 2018

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Investors notice Africa's transport and logistics opportunities

Improved trade and transport linkages between African countries could open up new markets for businesses...

21 Aug 2018

Linsen Nambi makes waves in maritime scene
Linsen Nambi makes waves in maritime scene

Linsen Nambi has become the first 100% black-owned ship-owners in South Africa...

20 Aug 2018

Hapag-Lloyd continues growing in East Africa
Hapag-Lloyd continues growing in East Africa

Hapag-Lloyd is continuing to focus on the growing market in East Africa...

17 Aug 2018

Shippers get serious about cyber threats
Shippers get serious about cyber threats

Major attacks like the NotPetya malware incident have been a wake-up call for the shipping sector...

14 Aug 2018

Brands should help combat smuggling in clothing and textile manufacturing sector
Brands should help combat smuggling in clothing and textile manufacturing sector

It's not just the smuggling of rhino horn, narcotics and other substances that is big business in South Africa. Although not as high profile, illegal clothing and goods trafficking also come with a hefty price tag...

25 Jul 2018

This is how the new vessel repair hub is boosting the PE economy
This is how the new vessel repair hub is boosting the PE economy

The new vessel repair facilities in the Port of PE is not only a positive step towards a thriving vessel maintenance and marine engineering hub but is evidently also going to boost the local economy...

18 Jul 2018

Moving overseas, shipping from Australia to Africa
Moving overseas, shipping from Australia to Africa

Relocating internationally can be expensive, time consuming and stressful. CargoMaster has all the answers when it comes to moving shipping containers from Australia to South Africa, in-fact to almost anywhere in Africa!..

Issued by Cargo Master 18 Jul 2018

Why 50,000 ships are so vulnerable to cyberattacks
Why 50,000 ships are so vulnerable to cyberattacks

The 50,000 ships sailing the sea at any one time have joined an ever-expanding list of objects that can be hacked. Cybersecurity experts recently displayed how easy it was to break into a ship's navigational equipment...

By Keith Martin and Rory Hopcraft 16 Jul 2018

Prospects of pallet trucks market remain positive
Prospects of pallet trucks market remain positive

According to a recent Fact.MR study, prospects of the pallet trucks market remain positive. The study estimates the global sales of pallet trucks to bring in approximately $1,4m by end-2028...

11 Jul 2018

How we can unblock the biggest barrier to Nigeria's economic growth
How we can unblock the biggest barrier to Nigeria's economic growth

Africa's largest economy, Nigeria, is struggling with ports infrastructure that simply can't keep up with demand...

By Marleze van Loggerenberg 10 Jul 2018

New SA body established to manage marine pollution
New SA body established to manage marine pollution

The National Department of Transport has established an Incident Management Organisation...

9 Jul 2018

Regatta to celebrate young sailors this Youth Day
Regatta to celebrate young sailors this Youth Day

Royal Cape Yacht Club is set to celebrate its young sailors this weekend at the Youth Regatta, taking place from 16-17 June 2018, in partnership with the South African International Maritime Institute (SAIMI)...

15 Jun 2018

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#YouthMonth: Equipping unemployed youth aboard the SA Agulhas vessel

According to Trading Economics the youth unemployment rate in South Africa increased to 52.40% in the first quarter of 2018 from 51.10% in the fourth quarter of 2017. Luckily the maritime industry is doing its part in lowering these numbers...

By Ilse van den Berg 1 Jun 2018

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Small Harbours Programme a R400m boost to WC's small-scale fishing and tourism

"The project is tipped to change the lives of many fishing communities and tourism operators relying on 13 of the smaller proclaimed harbours in the Western Cape."

29 May 2018

Plain sailing: how traditional methods could deliver zero-emission shipping
Plain sailing: how traditional methods could deliver zero-emission shipping

On 10 May 2018 the 43.5-metre schooner Avontuur arrived in the port of Hamburg. This traditional sailing vessel, built in 1920, transported some 70 tonnes of coffee, cacao and rum across the Atlantic...

By Christiaan De Beukelaer 28 May 2018

Richards Bay's 39-year-old lighthouse demolished
Richards Bay's 39-year-old lighthouse demolished

Richard's Bay's 39-year-old lighthouse has been demolished due to severe coastal erosion. Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) has therefore erected a temporary light and structure on the site...

24 May 2018

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